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Temporary Building Enclosures - 10 Things to Consider

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Temporary building enclosures can be used for aircraft hangars, construction sites, remediation sites, and more. Before you decide on what enclosure is best for your situation there are a number of things to consider. Check out our 10 things to consider!

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Temporary Building Enclosures - 10 Things to Consider

  1. 1. things to consider before renting or purchasing a TEMPORARY BULDING ENCLOSURE
  2. 2. 1. What are Your Size Requirements and Preferences? Get a firm idea of what your needs are for:  Size  Fabric  Coating  Lighting  Temperature control
  3. 3. 2. What are You Willing to Spend? Every project and business expense needs to have a set budget and this type of cost is no different. Set a budget that is adequate for what you actually need and want in your enclosure. Avoid cutting costs that affect final quality.
  4. 4. 3. Environmental Concerns Like Snow, Dust, and Wind Protection If your structure will be in an environment that has a lot of wind, dust, snow, ice, or other environmental hazards and factors then additional environmental safety features may be needed in order to offset these environmental factors.
  5. 5. 4. Is Climate Control Crucial? Exhaust fans, louvers, and HVAC are available options.
  6. 6. 5. How Will You Use the Enclosure? Storing vehicles and planes will have different requirements than storing grain and other agricultural or food products. Maintenance or flammable material storage enclosures may need added fireproofing or other coating types for safety reasons. Most of Allsite Structure Rentals structures use Ferrari 702 fabric. It is UV resistant and is approved by the California State Fire Marshall as a registered flame resistant product per California Health & Safety code.
  7. 7. 6. What Fabric Type Will Work Best? There are standard fabric weights and thicknesses available, and custom options may also be possible. Think about the environmental exposure and expected life span of the enclosure and then determine the right fabric choices.
  8. 8. 7. What Framing Materials Should be Used? Usually lightweight metal poles or posts, made from aluminum or steel, can provide strength and rigidity without adding too much weight to the frame. Discuss the materials available from the company you are using.
  9. 9. 8. Where will it be Located? If it will be located in the brutal sun and heat of the Sahara Desert or in the frigid climate of Antarctica then these factors need to be accounted for. In reality your location may not be as extreme but it is still an important factor to consider.
  10. 10. 9. What are your Building Regulations and Permit Requirements? Knowing if building permits are required can prevent a number of issues and additional charges later on. You may not need any permit or inspection but it is better to be aware of an requirements before you invest time and money in an enclosure.
  11. 11. 10. Natural Translucent Lighting or Artificial Lighting There are translucent fabrics that let natural sunlight in, or you can choose to have artificial lighting installed. It is also possible to use both methods in order to conserve energy while eliminating any lighting restrictions so the enclosure can be used at any time day or night.
  12. 12. Contact Us! Allsite Structure Rentals 5025 Schuster St. Las Vegas, NV 89118 888-599-5112 info@allsitestructures.com

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