Contractors, business owners, farmers, and every day homeowner are constantly in search of locating cost efficient outdoor storage for equipment, vehicles, boats, and bulk materials. Ocean shipping containers have become a quite popular solution. Ocean containers are portable, durable, and are considered temporary which relieves the owner from paying property tax which is typical with permanent storage structures such as wood and metal framed buildings.
Another option to increase storage space is to place a hoop building on top of the storage containers. The hoop building width can be determined by the distance between the storage containers. The space beneath the hoop building and between the storage containers can provide for a great deal of storage. By placing the building on top of the storage containers, it can also provide for additional height for heavy equipment such as dump trucks, A class motorhomes, and excavation equipment.
Hoop buildings can be fastened to the top of the storage containers utilizing the base plates which have pre drilled holes to utilize with bolts or other fasteners. The weight of the containers provides the anchoring system to prevent uplift of the hoop building.
There are a variety of different size hoop buildings to mount on ocean containers. Many customers desire a narrow space such as a 20’ wide while other customers need to maximize interior space and need a 42’ wide unit. Different color options are also available to match the surroundings for aesthetic appeal. Most white covers allow for more interior lighting.
We invite all prospective purchasers to view our large selection of hoop buildings, shelters and carports for outdoor economical storage.
Economical outdoor storage has always been in heavy demand for consumers, business owners, and agricultural professional across the United States. The ever increasing cost of building material such as wood and metal siding have created a market space for canvas buildings.
Most canvas buildings are considered temporary in nature which typically relieves the need for costly building permits, real estate taxes, and long lead times prior to construction. In addition, fabric buildings can be quickly erected on any mounting surface including gravel, asphalt, concrete pads, wood header walls, and storage containers. The temporary nature of these structures also allows them to be portable and quickly relocated.
Common applications for canvas structures include equipment, vehicle, boat, grain, bulk materials, and agricultural applications. These buildings are not only a short term outdoor storage solution as they can be utilized for long term storage applications. Many agricultural professionals will utilize canvas buildings for hay and equipment storage. Contractors are frequent purchasers due to their need for long term storage. Landscaping professionals will mount canvas buildings on a block wall and store salt and sand for future use.
Regardless of the storage application, there are many reasons to select one of these economical outdoor storage structures. Our large selection is sure to satisfy the needs of most consumers.