A Fabric Building Can Provide Additional Square Footage for Your Business or Organization
A fabric building is a great way to create additional space for your business or organization. For instance, if you manage a construction site, you can protect your equipment and materials from the elements by storing them in a fabric structure. If you run a manufacturing plant, you can house your production line inside the building or use it as a makeshift warehouse. Do you need a place to store boats or aircraft? A fabric building has enough space to accommodate.
Aside from additional square footage, what other advantages does a fabric structure offer? Protection and cost-efficiency. The fabric of the shelter can block the sun’s UV rays from damaging your equipment and harming your staff. Plus, the fabric is rip resistant, flame retardant, and attached to an industrial-strength steel frame for long-lasting durability.
A fabric building is cost-efficient because it costs less per square foot to build, has a quicker install time, and can even lead to a tax credit since it can be claimed as equipment with the IRS. Combine this with the natural light that the translucent fabric allows in and the resulting energy savings that arise from not having to use electric lights, and it’s easy to see how a fabric building can contribute points to your LEED score.
If this sounds like the perfect solution for the needs of your company or business, turn to Big Top Fabric Structures. We are a nationally recognized provider of temporary shelters and can outfit a fabric building according to your specifications. For example, we can include doors, lighting, insulation, flooring, HVAC, and more. If you’d like to learn more, contact us today. One of our friendly representatives will be happy to assist you.