Temporary Fabric Buildings Provide Protection from the Sun & Weather
Big Top’s temporary fabric buildings present an economical alternative to buildings made of steel or wood. If we think about how steel and wood buildings are made, they require a permanent concrete foundation, specialized construction skills, and lots of materials. Fabric buildings, on the other hand, don’t require a concrete footer, they can be set up by a team of laborers, and they’re made of metal and fabric, all of which help to reduce costs and make them more affordable. Plus, Big Top’s temporary fabric buildings can be dismantled and reconstructed time and again, and, with the addition of a crane-lifting package or other mobility kit, they are movable as whole units. Reusability is an advantage that can save your bottom line and help your business grow.
In addition to being economical, Big Top’s fabric buildings are durable. With frames made of galvanized steel and NFPA701-rated, flame-retardant, rip-resistant, PVC-vinyl fabric, our buildings can stand up to the rigors of any industry. A couple of examples of fabric buildings we’ve manufactured in the past include:
- Storage and warehouse structures
- Large-area maintenance shelters
- Lunchrooms and large meeting areas
- Blast and paint shops
Many businesses choose Big Top to build their fabric buildings because we are a custom manufacturer that is committed to our customers’ complete satisfaction. From climate control to specialized engineering services, there’s no feature we can’t include. Additionally, our fabric has a UPF rating of 50+, meaning it will protect your employees and equipment from the detriments of the sun’s ultraviolet light.
For more information about our temporary fabric buildings, contact Big Top today and one of our friendly representatives will be glad to assist you.