Arena Rehab Specialists (tm)
Irish Draught Horse Society of Canada Stallion Inspection Sept. 16, 2007
Inspectors John Joyce & Michael Ryan, trainer, our stallion Ollie, Kate and Rick
Rick and Kate Triplett began Improvements Plus, Inc., in May of 1992, with the idea of providing personalized customer service to horse owners - for the horses, by a horseman.
The business has evolved into a premium provider of equestrian facility services, including top quality riding arena surfaces, services through total construction of the arena surfaces, renovation and amendment of existing riding arena footings, and facility work including facility access, sacrifice areas and confinement paddocks, and mud abatement and drainage correction.
Rick is picky about materials used. Quality materials going in, added to knowledgeable installation, results in a useable riding surface at a good price for our customers.
We have lived and worked and raised our own horses in the Pacific Northwest's often drenched climate for well over a quarter of a century - we KNOW what horse owners need to keep their horses healthy and happy in this climate.
Perhaps Rick's strongest suit is solving problems that other contractors just can't. His lifelong experience as a horseman gives him a unique perspective on equine facility needs, which translates to a common sense approach to creating solutions suitable to each customer's individual site and discipline. We are very sensitive to our client's budgetary needs, and offer reasonable rates to go with our reknowned service. We are also happy to do small jobs, please call us with your needs.
Ready to roll on another arena job. January 2009.
For your convenience, we now accept credit card payments through Paypal.
Please ask about this payment option when you get the estimate for your project.
We are licensed and bonded contractors in Washington State Contractors Registration Number IMPROPI-085-J3
Improvements Plus, Inc.
cell (425) 923-7909
Licensed and Bonded Contractor in Washington State IMPROPI-085-J3
updated January 18, 2012