A Portable Garage is Surprisingly Convenient!
Portable garages are a good solution for setting up shelter for a car, boat, RV or motorcycle, if you do not have a permanent garage. They are designed with a heavy duty polyethylene canopy and a galvanized steel tubing frame. You can find a wide range of sizes, shapes and structures meaning that there is something for everyone.
The option that you settle for will obviously depend on what you are looking for and your needs. There are customized options available for those who have specific requirements that are not available in the market. You can select your option according to your location, requirement, climatic condition and space available in your backyard or garden.
Below is a basic guideline of various designs available in the market:
1. Peaked Roof - This structure is the best and most preferred structure since they come in the shape of a house. It is best suited for areas with moderate climate and the peaked roof can differ in certain instances where some designs might be steeper than others.
2. Rounded Roof- They are the best option for seasonal vehicles and for long term use, since all the four sides are covered with a polyethylene canopy with a sturdier frame. It is best suited for areas that face harsh climatic conditions like heavy rainfall and snowfall. The curved surface ensures that snow or rain water does not accumulate on top.
3. Barn Shaped - It is more or else like the peaked roof canopy on the basis of structure and function. However, because of the shape, it is more popular for storage of farm equipments, and the shelter is wider than other canopies.
A portable garage is a cost effective storage solution for either your personal belongings or a garage solution for your car. It is comparatively cheaper compared to the cost of building a permanent garage or leasing warehousing facilities. You do not need a permit from the town's authorities to set it up, but it is also good to consult them to ascertain if it is allowed or not. It just takes a few hours to set it up with just a few people to help in the assembly process. The installation process begins with the metal tubing which is joined to form the body.
The fabric is installed over the frame and then tied down to complete setting up the garage. The structure is held down by anchoring components that are pushed into the dirt by use of drive rods. The anchors ensure that the framework is locked in place so that the structure does not shift. The canopy is made with sun protection and has high resistance to environmental and harsh weather conditions. The exterior fabric should be tight fitting, to further increase resistance to hail or waterfall. If you are looking for a great way to protect your car but do not want to incur the expense of constructing a permanent garage extension, a portable garage may be just what you need for the moment.
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