Portable Shelter

A Portable Building is the Solution for Your Agricultural Storage Needs

portable shelterIf you live on a farm or enjoy gardening, you need to protect your crops, seeds, plants, hay, animal feed, or farming equipment from the elements. Heavy rain, snow, or extreme temperatures can damage agricultural supplies and equipment. A portable shelter offers sturdy construction and weather-resistant materials to protect your agricultural stocks year-round.

Our portable shelters are constructed with high-quality, durable materials. The heavy-duty galvanized steel or powder-coated frames prevent chipping, peeling, rust, and corrosion. The frame tubes and connectors undergo a 13-step Rhino Shield surface preparation process, and the frames use ShelterLock stabilizers for added stability. Our portable buildings include universal steel foot plates to easily and securely connect to ground anchors, cement, or pony walls. The frames use bolt-together hardware and swedged tubing for easy and secure assembly.

A portable agricultural shelter is enclosed with a heavy-duty weather-resistant cover. The triple-layer, chemically heat-bonded enhanced quality weave rip-stop cover is waterproof and UV-resistant. It has also been treated with fade blockers and anti-aging and anti-fungal agents to prevent wear, mold, and mildew. The Ratchet Tite Tensioning System makes the cover easy to install and keeps it fitted tightly to the frame, and the Easy Slide Cross Rail System keeps the cover locked down and square. The cover’s white interior provides enhanced lighting. Covers are also available in ultra-duty polyvinyl chloride for added protection from the elements. Our portable building covers are available in green, gray, tan, brown, or white.

Agricultural shelters are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, including round, barn-style, and house-style. Whether you want to store plants, seed, animal feed, mulch, or farming equipment, a portable shelter can offer you durable design and protection from rain, snow, wind, and extreme temperatures.

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