Replacement Covers

  1. Choosing a Structure for Your Ultimate DIY Auto Repair Shop

    Choosing a Structure for Your Ultimate DIY Auto Repair Shop

    If you service or detail cars, whether as a fun pastime or as an extra source of income, you need a place to complete your projects without inclement weather or lack of space getting in your way. Instead of constantly swapping cars in your personal garage or working under the hot sun in your driveway, find out how to easily create your own DIY auto repair shop with ShelterLogic.

    Consider Structure Materials...

    First, choose the ideal structure for your DIY auto repair shop based on your budget,
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  2. Why Buy New? Extend the Life of Your ShelterLogic Garage When You Replace Your ShelterLogic Garage Cover

    Why Buy New? Extend the Life of Your ShelterLogic Garage When You Replace Your ShelterLogic Garage Cover

    Did You Know You Can Replace The Garage Cover to Many ShelterLogic Products?

    When we develop products at ShelterLogic, we build them to last. However, season after season of use can wear down the covers of our garages, canopies, and more.



    For many of our customers who have ShelterLogic shade and shelter products that are out of warranty, it may not be necessary to buy an entirely new unit. But did you know you can replace your ShelterLogic garage cover, instead?



    Thanks in part to the feedback of so many of our customers, we have developed the ShelterLogic Replacement Cover program.



    This initiative allows past customers to order covers for their ShelterLogic products and extend the life of their shade or shelter. Rather than purchasing a brand new garage, customers can keep their old frame and purchase a new cover in the same or new color.

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  3. How to Replace a Shelter, Garage or Shed Cover

    How to Replace a Shelter, Garage or Shed Cover

    Replace a Shelter, Garage or Shed Cover

    When replacing a cover, squaring of the frame and anchoring is recommended. Please refer to the instruction manual. Anchoring is the responsibility of the owner. Proper anchoring is critical to the overall safety and longevity of your ShelterLogic product. Video produced by Middlesex Community College Corporate Media Center in Middletown, CT.
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