BUILT HARDY BARNS
ABOUT BUILT HARDY, INC.
Built Hardy Barns is a division of Built Hardy, Inc. which is owned and operated by General Contractor, Jason Hardy of Ventura County, California. Jason’s daughter has a love of horses that has grown into full-fledged desire to become a rodeo champion. The Hardy family has been working on their own property to provide a great living space for their horses and are in the process of building their own custom barn. With 15 years of experience in residential and commercial construction, it is an exciting new avenue of building and a way to be involved in the equine community.
Ventura County is the home of some amazing horse properties. Jason has many clients that are requesting a new barn to be built on their property. With becoming an Authorized Dealer of ®Sweetwater Barn Co., Built Hardy Barns / Built Hardy, Inc. can provide these customers with an amazing structures. All custom made in the USA.
The Hardy family love animals and enjoy the outdoors. Jason’s experience in construction and his appreciation for the care and well-being of animals, he is compassionate when it comes to building a structure that will safely and comfortably house our horses.
Jason Hardy has a wide range of expertise in the construction industry and is committed to ensuring quality and complete customer satisfaction no matter the size or scope of the project. He has completed ground up commercial buildings, large and small tenant improvements, hotel renovations, retail center renovations and several medical offices. He has also built custom homes and many other residential remodeling projects of all sizes.Jason received his BBA in Business from Walla Walla University. He developed a passion for construction while working during his summer breaks from college, framing homes in Montana. He was asked to join Al Lowe Construction in 2003 and he welcomed the opportunity to start a new career in construction. Jason started his own construction company in 2013, Hardy Construction, Inc. Jason is also dedicated to our community and has served on the Amigo's Board of Directors for Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families, and is a Rotarian in Thousand Oaks.