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Agricultural Buildings

From Livestock Buildings, Sheep Sheds, Straw Barns and Grain Stores to Chicken Sheds, Silage Clamps and General Purpose, Graham Heath Construction can create the building you want at a great price.  We can also manufacture extensions to your existing building such as lean to’s and side apex extensions.

With a strong family history of farming, at Graham Heath Construction, we understand the current challenges facing the agricultural industry. As such, we work hard to produce high quality products at competitive prices.

Travelling all over the UK to carry out foundation and erection work, no job is too big or too small. If you fancy taking on the challenge yourself, we also supply only kit frame buildings. Call now for more information: 01270 781158

We only use the best Quality Materials in our Build and Construction

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We have been working with Graham Heath for over 6 years as our sole supplier for steel framed buildings. We have our own Account Manager who manages all our quotes and ensures that our buildings are delivered on time and on budget.

G.E White and Sons
East Sussex

Speed of Delivery

Many thanks to all at GH for turning this building around with great speed.

Jack Parsons

Highly recommended

My steel erector said your kit was ‘one of the best’ he had ever erected and he speaks with over 25 years’ experience in the trade. We have no hesitation in recommending you to anyone who is looking to construct a portal framed building.

Chris Davies