Tired of Removing Snow and Ice from Your Car in the Winter? Order a Portable Garage

One of the worst parts of winter is going outside in the morning and finding your car covered with a thick layer of snow or a sheet of ice. Snow and ice can be removed by scraping the windows and using the defroster, but that takes time. If you are in a hurry to get to work in the morning or get your kids to school, you may not have enough time. That means you will either be late or need to get up even earlier than usual to clear snow and ice off your car.

Why You Should Buy a Portable Garage

The simple solution to this problem is to park your car in a garage, but maybe you don’t have one, or perhaps it is already filled with other vehicles or things you have put in storage. In that case, a good alternative is to store your car in a portable garage.

A portable garage can keep your car from becoming covered with snow and ice in the winter. You will be able to completely eliminate the chore of scraping the windows. You will be able to simply open the portable garage, start your car, and drive away. This can make your winter mornings less hectic and prevent you from being late to work.

A portable garage can be set up in your yard to provide protection from winter weather. Not only will this make things easier on winter mornings, but it will also help you avoid damage such as rust and freezing that can cause damage to vehicles in the winter.

Portable Garage Features

Shelters of America sells portable garages in a variety of sizes and styles that can be used to store one or more vehicles. Our portable garages have heavy-duty steel frames that can stand up to strong winter winds. The polyethylene covers are treated to resist mold, mildew, rot, and UV damage.

Order a Portable Garage Today

If you don’t have a garage to store your car this winter, a portable garage is an excellent alternative. It can eliminate the hassle of removing snow and ice so you will be able to get to wherever you need to go on time. Order a portable garage from Shelters of America today.