Texas Custom Barns

custom Texas barn builder mapFamily, land, barns and livestock have always been the center point of Texas culture. As settlers moved into the state, the barn was often built before the home because it was the main structure of the Texas ranch.  Barn structures and horse stalls evoke a nostalgic sense of tradition and security attributed to the ranching and farming culture and have not changed over time. The need for a barn or storage building has continued to be an important part of the ranch and farm life.

Comfort and Security

Serving the community since 1982, FCP stands as the leader in equine housing and accessory buildings. Our mission as a premier Texas barn builder is to provide comfort and security for you and your horses with well-planned, unmatched custom barns & designs. 

Low Maintenance, Durability and Flexibility

Modular steel barn ownership today simply makes sense. It not only pays long term dividends in terms of low maintenance, overall strength, durability and flexibility but in also terms of the peace of mind in knowing you have one of the healthiest and safest Texas barns in the industry. We want you to spend more time with your family and animals and less time on maintenance.

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  • The only state to have the flags of six different nations fly over it: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States, and the United States. 
  • An independent nation from 1836 to 1845.
  • Is the second-largest U.S. state, after Alaska, with an area that spans 268,820 square miles.
  • The Texas State Fair is the largest in the U.S. It is estimated that almost 3.5 million people attended the fair in 2015.

What are the largest cities in Texas?

Houston (2,323,660)
San Antonio (1,581,730)
Dallas (1,347,120)
Austin (1,011,790)
Fort Worth (942,323)
El Paso (685,434)
Arlington (400,316)
Corpus Christi (327,144)
Plano (285,537)
Laredo (265,761)

If you are relocating to the state, there are a few things to know.  Texans are known for their warm and friendly demeanor. If you’re not into hugging, backslapping and y’all-ing you might have a tough time getting used to Texas life. Recent transplants might come across as standoffish to longtime residents of the Lone Star State, but we’re guessing it won’t take you too long to break the ice.

There are enough state and national parks to keep outdoor enthusiasts happy. Hiking, camping and boating are all popular activities in the state, but there are other attractions, too, like the ancient pictographs at the Hueco Tanks State Historic Site and the rare sea turtles of Padre Island National Seashore.

If you are in need of a barn builder in Texas, contact us here.