Fabric Structures Can Keep Your Staff & Crew Comfortable During the Winter
One of the reasons that Big Top’s fabric structures are so popular for construction sites, manufacturing operations, warehousing, dry dock covers, aircraft hangars, and more is the protection they provide from the elements. Not only does our fabric repel 99.95 percent of the sun’s harmful UV-A and UV-B rays, protecting your staff and equipment from sun exposure, but it is also rip resistant and secured to an industrial-strength steel frame that can stand strong against volatile wintry weather.
As winter approaches and outside temperatures start to drop, your crew will be able to perform its duties comfortably under one of our fabric structures, because our shelters:
- Maintain an interior climate that is an average 15 degrees warmer than the outside temperature during the winter season
- Can be engineered to withstand heavy wind and snow loads
- Are available with a heating system and insulation to maximize control over the interior climate
Our fabric structures can also include doors and flooring as a further means of keeping the cold out. And, because our fabric is translucent, it will allow in ample sunlight for warmth and interior lighting, eliminating the need for artificial lighting.
When you compare the cost of a Big Top shelter to a permanent building, it’s easy to see the savings you can benefit from. To learn more about the myriad uses of our fabric structures and how they can keep your crew warm with built-in features, such as heaters, contact Big Top today.