outdoor buildings + storage

  1. 5 Compact Storage Sheds for Limited Space

    5 Compact Storage Shed Ideas for Limited Space
    Whether you live in an urban neighborhood or own a smaller home, your backyard is probably too small to accommodate a large storage solution. Still, you likely have many items to store and a bulky structure would just crowd the outdoor space you do have. What you need is a practical and compact storage option. A compact storage shed allows you to store gardening tools, outdoor equipment, and more right where you need it without sacrificing precious yard space.

    These smaller yet functional structures let you tuck items away while still maximizing your outdoor space. We’ll show you a few storage solutions that effectively store what you need, even in modest backyards.

    Small Storage Sheds for Every Backyard
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  2. Carport vs. Garage: What Should You Choose?

    Carport vs. Garage: What Should You Choose?

    If you need an extra space to store your items or vehicles, and you're unsure of the advantages of a carport vs. garage, look no further.

    Both

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  3. Father's Day Gift Ideas Just in Time for Summer

    Father's Day Gift Ideas

    What do you get the man who has it all? How about something he didn’t even know he needed! This year, skip the typical last-minute gifts and get dad u

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  4. 4 Garden Shed Organization Tips

    4 Garden Shed Organization Tips

    Whether utilizing your backyard shed for storage

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  5. 4 Reasons Why You Need RV Storage at Home

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    Your RV is a significant investment -- both in terms of money and the fun you expect from it. That is why it is important to find the right kind of RV storage and RV protection. The right RV storage solution can protect your investment and improve the quality of your experience when using an RV.

    RV Protection: Shield the RV's exterior

    Between the atmosphere and the harmful UV rays, the elements can exterior of your RV will likely show signs of aging pretty quickly. You might not even notice these effects at first because they'll likely be concentrated on the roof. There, the paint will start to fade. The sun will also make the vinyl or rubber on the outside of your RV break down and crack. Hail and pounding rain can also mar the exterior surface of your RV. Shielding it from these environmental effects under a ShelterCoat or ShelterTech custom building will not only help your RV retain its good looks but also extend the lifespan of its exterior features.
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  6. From Blah to Ah: These Backyard Sheds Transform a Cluttered Yard Into a Relaxing Oasis

    Backyard sheds to transform your yard

    People all over the world are spending more time at home as of late, and it’s leading to a

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  7. Fabric Buildings FAQs

    Fabric Buildings FAQs

    Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about fabric buildings -- what is a fabric building, how is it made, what do I use it for, how to I maintain one?

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  8. 4 Types of Car Shelters for Summer Vehicle Protection

    4 Types of Car Shelters for Summer Vehicle Protection

    Even in the warmer months, your vehicles need quality weather protection. Rain and overexposure to sunlight often cause rust and fading, compromising your vehicle’s e...

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  9. Must-Have Shed Accessories for Better Backyard Storage

    Must-Have Shed Accessories for Better Backyard Storage
    Whether you use your outdoor storage solution to stash gardening supplies, lawn equipment, or even vehicles, a few helpful
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  10. 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 structure with these simple maintenance tips.

    Start with Proper Assembly

    tarp buildings First and foremost, proper assembly is crucial for ensuring a sturdy and safe storage structure. When erected over a flat, level surface away from other existing structures, you help guarantee stability while avoiding potential risks such as snow or accumulated debris falling from one structure onto the roof of your fabric building. Also, choose a spot with sufficient drainage to further prevent moisture accumulation in and around your tarp shed. As you assemble, ensure bolts are secure on your frame and your cover is taut to resist tearing due to heavy winds and inclement weather. See our manuals page for complete assembly instructions to all our tarp buildings.
    PRO TIP: Proper assembly requires anchoring your structure. Check out our accessories page and choose the best anchor based on ground material and structural needs in order to secure your structure and meet wind and snow load expectations.

    Care & Cleaning

    As mentioned earlier, keeping a tight cover greatly reduces the risk of tears. Always maintain a properly fitted cover and keep your roof clear of snow or excess debris. When removing snow from your shelter, use soft instruments such as a dull edged broom or mop. Avoid using hard-edged tools like rakes or shovels so you don’t accidentally puncture your cover. To clean your tarp building, simply use mild soap and water. Do not use bleach or harsh abrasive products. Remove snow from the base of your shed to avoid mold or mildew spots at the bottom of your cover or rust to your frame.
    PRO TIP: Avoid moisture or condensation inside your shelter by purchasing a vent kit. This ensures a cool and dry interior to keep your cover and valuables inside safe from damage.

    Replacement Covers

    tarp buildings While our tarp buildings consist of quality fabric meant to last, many seasons of use can wear down your shelter cover. Instead of buying an entirely new unit, simply replace your cover to extend the lifespan of your original tarp building. Or, invest in a replacement cover if you’re looking to equip your building with higher-quality weather protection. Our replacement cover kits come in multiple weights and strength options to maximize coverage capabilities. Contact us to find out if you’re eligible for a stronger replacement cover.
    PRO TIP: Don’t want to replace your entire cover due to a small rip just yet? No problem. A common fabric patch or vinyl patch kit can be used with adhesive spray for a quick fix.

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