Are you looking for particular types of bespoke shelters?
As an alternative to our standard smoking shelter options, we try our best to offer a range of alternative bespoke shelter solutions suitable for various industries and applications, making sure that we’re able to cater for a range of specific needs.
These can include large canopy structures, entrance walkways, waiting shelters, sports shelters, pram shelters & car park ticket machine shelters.
We do a lot of projects with educational establishments which include:
What type of materials are the bespoke shelters made from?
In general the main structure is manufactured using heavy duty steel profiles or box sections which are fabricated and welded together by highly trained staff using specialist equipment.
The fabricated steel is either stainless steel or hot dipped galvanised to provide added durability for a long lasting solution.
In most cases the roof glazing panels are PETG or Polycarbonate plastic sheets which provide impact resistance and are UV stable so will not yellow due to prolonged exposure to sunlight.
Do our shelters come in various colours?
The shelter framework can be coated to a variety of RAL/BS standard colours to suit.
The glazing panels can be clear or have an opal translucent finish.
Will the structure meet current building regulations?
Safety is our priority and so we ensure that the structure is made and installed to meet current building safety regulations which is why we only install products that are assembled using an experienced trailed and tested contractor with all the relevant certifications
I’m not sure exactly what type & size of shelter I need?
With years of experience one of our dedicated staff can help assist with looking at a possible solution that will hopefully suit your requirements.
From initial discussion and site visit to logistics and completion we aim to provide an all in one project management service.
How long will it take to manufacture my shelter?
Depending on size the average shelter can take between 6 and 8 weeks to manufacture with a further 1 week normally required for delivery and installations.