portable garage ventilation

Ventilating a Portable Garage

portable garage ventilationA portable garage can protect a vehicle or valuable equipment from weather of all kinds that could cause damage. If you have decided to set up a portable garage on your property to store a vehicle or other valuable belongings, you should ventilate the storage building to prevent damage.

Heat and moisture can cause damage to a vehicle, such as peeling paint and rust. Proper ventilation will keep your shelter cool and dry, even on hot or rainy days, and reduce the chances of humidity and moisture building up inside your building and damaging your property. A ventilation system will draw humidity out of the portable garage and allow air to circulate freely.

Our automatic shelter vent kits have heat-sensitive springs that automatically begin to open the vents if the temperature inside the portable garage reaches 74 degrees. This allows the portable garage to begin to cool down before the temperature gets so high that it can begin to cause damage to the storage building’s contents. The vents open gradually as the temperature rises and open fully at a temperature of 104 degrees.

Each vent kit has two durable injection-molded vents with Hi-UV protection and weather-resistant resins. The vents include screens that can keep insects and debris from entering your portable garage and potentially causing damage to your vehicle or other belongings. The vents are easy to install with pre-drilled holes and included hardware.

If you are setting up a portable garage on your property, proper ventilation is critical. Installing vents will keep your portable storage building at a moderate temperature and prevent the buildup of moisture that could potentially cause costly damage.