THE IDEAL SOLUTION FOR LARGE SHEDS

Make the smart choice for your farm. Choose a SmartShelters large rural shed.

If you own a large farming or industrial property you’ll probably own large assets. And if you’re to properly protect these assets from the environment and from other people, you’ll need the help of a large shed. Whether you’re looking to house machinery, materials or organic matter, SmartShelters has 100 years of experience in building farm sheds and other industrial shelters for uniquely New Zealand conditions. Our large sheds keep your assets safe, while facilitating simpler and more efficient management of your property.

CUSTOM DESIGNS MADE FOR TO SUIT YOUR NEED

We design and construct the following types of sheds in large spans:

  • Earth mounted shelters
  • Pole mounted shelters
  • Container mounted shelters
  • Concrete block mounted shelters
  • Dome barns
  • Portaspans
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WIDE RANGE OF SHED OPTIONS

The ideal farm shed will change depending on your situation. At SmartShelters we design and construct a wide range of shelters for both general storage and specific use, and offer spans of 40m and beyond – perfect for protecting that large store of feed, that big piece of machinery or that large store of materials that every property owner needs to keep on hand.

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TOUGH MATERIALS FOR LONG LIFESPAN

You have peace of mind with the SmartShelters’ 12-year limited warranty against product faults.

We use only the highest quality components to ensure that your shelter stands up to the conditions. SmartShelters structures are engineered to AS/NZS 1170.2:2011 and are rated to withstand wind and snow conditions. By using structural-grade Supergal galvanised steel framing and tough Ripstop roof covers we have built up a reputation for extremely high quality and long-lasting structures.

TESTIMONALS

Smartshelters played a critical role in the recent project to gather information about the Alpine Fault – New Zealand’s biggest earthquake threat.

Alpine Drilling Completed Project by SmartShelters NZ, Alpine Drilling Project

THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION EMPLOYED SMARTSHELTERS TO CREATE A HELICOPTER HANGAR AND ACCOMMODATION SHELTERS FOR USE IN THE MOUSE ERADICATION PROJECT IN THE WILD ANTIPODES ISLANDS. CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO ON LOCATION.

Antipodes Completed Project by SmartShelters NZ, Department of Conservation
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But no matter what purpose your shed might serve, the best farm sheds have a few things in common. A high quality shed will:

  • Be designed and constructed by an expert team: SmartShelters has been designing and constructing New Zealand farm sheds and shelters for a century. Whether high wind, high snow or high rain, they’re made to cope with local conditions.
  • Be made with the highest quality materials: At SmartShelters we use the world’s highest quality materials, like our thinner, stronger and more energy efficient Membrane Structure Fabric.
  • Offer peace of mind: The market-leading 12 year SmartShelter warranty gives you the confidence you need to get on with the job, knowing that your shed is up to the task
  • Be capable of storing whatever you need: With spans as wide 45m, lengths as large you need them, and excellent height clearances that can be made even greater through the clever use of mounts, SmartShelter sheds will be able to house all of your assets, no matter the size.

What is the price for a pole shed?

It’s important to view your structure – be it a pole shed or any other type of shed – not as a cost, but as an investment. The right construction will enable you to work better, while protecting the things that you need protected. As such, the lowest initial price doesn’t often work out to be the lowest price in the long term. Quality matters.

That fact aside, the cost of pole sheds and other large farm sheds can vary greatly. There are a number of factors that will influence the price of your construction, including:

  • Width, length, height and overall square metreage
  • Width in relation to length (on a square metre basis, a short and wide structure is less efficient to build than a long and wide structure)
  • The application of the design
  • The importance of the structure
  • Location factors that will affect the design (e.g. altitude, snow loading and wind ratings)
  • Ground conditions that will influence the design of the foundation
  • The site location (the more easily accessible the site, the lower the cost of construction)
  • The configuration of options (e.g. end walls, doors, side eaves, guttering, etc.)

Contact a member of our experienced team today to discuss a truly smart shelter solution for your property.