Steel Building Systems, Inc
You can enjoy the great outdoors even in rainy weather with open-air buildings metal pavilions and shelters.
Basically huge permanent canopies, open-air structures are protective roofs without exterior walls. Sometimes called shade structures, open-air buildings protect people or assets from the blazing sun, pounding rain and hail, or snow— without obstructing the view.
AIRCRAFT: Working on planes or helicopters is not always comfortable— or even possible— in bad weather. Shade shelters shield mechanics and aircraft from Mother Nature at her worst. Aircraft owners find open-air hangars an economical way to safeguard their aviation investment.
CHURCHES: No one wants to arrive at services in their Sabbath best, only to be drenched by a downpour trying to get from the parking lot to the sanctuary. For the convenience of their flocks, many churches erect open-air structures as covered entrances. This allows drivers to drop off their passengers in a dry, shady area.
In picturesque rural areas, churches erect shade shelters for outdoor church events like weddings, picnics, singings, or youth group activities.
Churches with fleets of vans or buses find shade shelters a wise way to protect church vehicles.
EVENT VENUES: Most up-scale event venues incorporate lovely vistas or beautiful landscaping and gardens to attract customers. However, the weather can suddenly turn on a dime, playing havoc with long-planned outdoor events— especially weddings. Large, open-air shelters provide an excellent alternative to cancelling events in bad weather.
FARMS and RANCHES: Rural enterprises find many uses for metal pavilions and shelters, including:
• Covered feedlots
• Equipment shelters
• Hay sheds
• Livestock pens
• Riding arenas
INDUSTRY: Any business depending on big trucks or heavy-duty dirt moving equipment benefits from open-air shelters. Metal pavilions and shelters safeguard expensive vehicles and shield personnel as they maintain company equipment.
PARKS: Recreational areas find may uses for canopy shelters:
• Camper parties
• Covered amphitheaters
• Covered park entrances
• Equipment and vehicle storage
• Group events or meetings, like family reunions
• Multi-purpose structures
• Outdoor concert stage covers
• Picnic pavilions
RESIDENTIAL: Homeowners choose open-air shelters as an affordable choice for multi-vehicle carports, multi-purpose structures, or as RV and boat storage. Progressive apartment complex owners also offer carports for their tenant’s vehicle protection.
SCHOOLS and SPORTS FACILITIES: Why restrict outdoor fun to days with picture-perfect weather? Open-air shelters cover basketball courts, batting cages, skateboard parks, swimming pools, tennis courts, and volleyball courts, allowing kids to enjoy the fun, rain or shine.
One style of open-air buildings beats all other systems for affordability, durability, and protection: pre-engineered steel. Here’s why:
Steel open-air buildings outlast and outperform wood and other shelter systems every time.
Call RHINO Steel Building Systems for a free quote on open-air structures for your business, church, city, home, park, or school. RHINO metal pavilions and shelters meet or exceed all the local building codes for which the building is designed— for the LIFETIME of the structure— guaranteed.
Phone RHINO now, toll free number at 888.320.7466 to discuss your metal structure or open-air building needs.