How-To

  1. Caring for Your Tarp Building in Winter

    Caring for Your Tarp Building in Winter
    Come wintertime, having the perfect outdoor storage building for your vehicle and snow removal equipment is invaluable. Whether you’re storing your automobile or a snow blower, you can ensure your belongings will stay safe in a tarp building.

    Strong, sturdy fabric garages and fabric sheds are excellent, affordable tarp buildings that can handle tough weather all year long. They’re great for keeping vehicles and plows ready for action, as well as for storing your offseason gear and equipment.

    However, it’s important to make sure your tarp building is prepared for the possibility of snow or other winter weather. Before winter comes, fabric buildings need to be cleaned and inspected to confirm they are up to the task.

    We recommend you take the following steps to make sure your tarp building stays in great condition this season.
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  2. Winter Storm Prep: What to Do With Your Backyard Buildings

    Winter Storm Prep: What to Do With Your Backyard Buildings

    The first big snow of the winter season can be an exciting time. But there’s nothing fun about winter’s fury when the slush and sleet arrives and you aren’t prepared. If you don’t have your winter tools ready on time, you may be facing an uphill battle when trying to clear the driveway or scrape ice from your windshield. Here are some winter storm prep ideas to make sure your backyard storage building is read...

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  3. Safety Tips for Storing Chemicals

    Safety Tips for Storing Chemicals

    It is common for many shed owners to keep pool cleaners, pesticides, or even fuel in an outdoor shed. It can be a convenient place to store some of these more harmful chemicals to keep them away from children and pets. But there are some safety tips you should think about when you’re storing chemicals in a shed.

    Storing Chemicals in a Shed...

    First, let’s point out that storing chemicals in your shed sho
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  4. How to Prevent Car Rust

    How to Prevent Car Rust

    If you’re trying to keep your car in perfect working condition, you probably make sure to get the oil changed regularly and rotate your tires. But often times, you may not think about how important it is to prevent rust. Not only is it unsightly, it can also badly damage your vehicle. Here are some tips and tricks to use to learn how to prevent car rust.

    What Exactly is Rust, Anyway...

    By definition, rust is a reddish or yellowish-brown flaky coating of iron oxide formed on iron or steel b
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  5. How to Maintain Tarp Buildings

    How to Maintain Tarp Buildings

    Tarp buildings provide reliable, portable, and versatile storage space. With easy-to-assemble yet durable materials, these structures offer convenient storage you can count on virtually anywhere. Not only that, but with proper care and minimal upkeep, you can easily re-purpose your tarp building for a number of uses. Find out how to get the most out of your fabric shed and maximize your investment for a long-lasting...

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  6. 4 Garden Shed Organization Tips

    4 Garden Shed Organization Tips

    Spring is here, but before you can venture out into your garden and start planting, you may need to re-organize your backyard garden shed! If you’re dreading entering your garden shed after a long winter season, you’re not alone. That’s why we’ve come up with a game plan to help with your garden shed organization so you can get to planting seeds and creating your very own outdoor oasis!

    Step 1: Remove Your Items From Your Garden Shed...

    The first step to achieving a more
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  7. How To Use Portable Outdoor Sheds and Tarp Buildings

    How To Use Portable Outdoor Sheds and Tarp Buildings

    Portable outdoor sheds and tarp buildings make for a great storage solution. These units offer reliable, temporary storage that is portable, but strong enough to take on the elements. Convenient and easy to build, these buildings are also made of quality materials and will last a long time. These easily maneuverable and highly versatile buildings boast the utility of a permanent structure without the expense or long-term commitment. As your needs change through life, you can even ...

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  8. How to Assemble a ShelterLogic® ClearView® RoundTop® Garage

    How to Assemble a ShelterLogic® ClearView® RoundTop® Garage

    ClearView® RoundTop® Garage...

    Distributed exclusively in Canada, the ShelterLogic® ClearView® RoundTop® Shelter features a translucent rip-stop 7.5 oz triple layer woven, polyethylene heat-sealed fabric cover. The cover includes clear windows for safety and visibility. 1-3/8" (34mm) diameter steel frame with premium powder coat finish for rust- and corrosion-resistance. ShelterLock® 3X steel stabilizers provide up to 3 times more frame strength. Clear snow/ice from
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  9. How-to Assemble a ShelterLogic Garage-in-a-Box RoundTop Garage

    How-to Assemble a ShelterLogic Garage-in-a-Box RoundTop Garage

    Need help with assembly? Watch our how-to assemble a ShelterLogic Garage-in-a-Box RoundTop Garage

    If you’ve just purchased a Garage-in-a-Box Roundtop... from ShelterLogic and need help with assembly, don’t fret - we’re here to help! As part of our how-to video series, we’ve shot a how-to assemble a ShelterLogic Garage-in-a-Box Roundtop Garage video.
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  10. How to Assemble a ShelterLogic® Shed-in-a-Box™ Peak Style Shed

    How to Assemble a ShelterLogic® Shed-in-a-Box™ Peak Style Shed

    Shed-in-a-Box™ Storage Shed...

    The ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box™ Storage Shed is designed for use in every season and can protect your equipment from sunlight, rain, tree sap and more. Features an all-steel frame bonded with premium powder-coat finish for rust- and corrosion-resistance. Patent pending ShelterLock stabilizers ensure rock solid stability. The triple-layer, rip stop polyethylene cover is heat-welded for a waterproof seal, and treated with anti-aging, anti-fungal agents. Ample spa
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