“What are the uses of fabric shelters?”
“What’s in it for me when I get a fabric shelter?”
“I see more and more project sites are covered with a fabric shelter. Should I get one too?”
“What are all the things a fabric shelter can do for me?”
Are these your queries about fabric shelters right now? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog, you’ll get to know all you can get with a fabric shelter!
The uses of fabric shelters are many and varied. Nowadays, installing a fabric shelter could be considered as one of the wisest investments, if not the most, you can make for your company. A resilient fabric shelter is an asset that can protect and preserve your valuable assets. It has great features to boot. It’s easy to install and provides natural light. It’s is relocatable and flexible. It can portray different protection and storage roles for many project sites for specific businesses in different industries—from mining, construction, industrial, waste management, to aviation.
The popularity and demand for fabric shelters are growing as more and more business owners discover and discern its long-term benefits. And yes, we’re optimistic that the numbers will increase rapidly over time! More project sites of companies across enjoined industries will be protected with reliable fabric shelters for many years. Ultimately, they’ll continue to grow securely regardless of the changing business environment and weather conditions. As part of the growing fabric shelter industry, these are the things Allshelter love to see.
Let’s go and check out the various uses of fabric shelters per industry, shall we?
Allshelter Mining Shelter Uses:
- Tyre change bay
- Machinery & equipment storage
- Maintenance workshops
- Site shutdowns
- Staff camps
Allshelter Construction Shelter Uses:
- Maintenance workshops
- Assembly area / welfare areas
- Bulk storage of goods & equipment
- Precast facility
- Onsite manufacturing & assembly
Allshelter Industrial Shelter Uses:
- Extra warehouse and storage
- Equipment and machinery storage
- Sandblasting and painting
- Maintenance shed
- Bulk good storage
- Manufacturing shops
Allshelter Waste Management Shelter Uses:
- Covered waste sorting areas
- Odor containment
- Waste transfer station
- Stockpile bunker covers to keep product dry and lightweight for transport
- Stockpile run-off control to control leaching into watercourses and soil
- Equipment and machinery maintenance
Click here to know more about Waste Management Shelters
Allshelter Aviation Shelter Uses:
- Aircraft shelters and hangers
- Equipment storage
- Maintenance sheds
Is your business part of the industries we can serve? At Allshelter, our team of field representatives are flexible to accommodate your specific fabric shelter needs. We believe that the best time to install a fabric shelter for your business protection is now. Reach out to us to discuss how we can help you on your next project.