A warehouse shed is an umbrella term that describes any structure designed to house assets, be they raw materials or manufactured goods. Warehouse sheds are designed in a way that maximises the efficiency of handling the assets held within, as large amounts of goods and materials will need to be unloaded, stored, accessed and dispatched.
Warehouse sheds generally have large access points to allow goods to easily flow in and out, and may feature internal configurations for the efficient storage of materials. They are most commonly built as simple steel constructions on concrete bases.
But at SmartShelters we know that the most common way of doing things isn’t necessarily the best…
SmartShelters fabric warehouse sheds represent an entirely new type of storage facility. Mounted on poles or containers, our sheds feature a steel span covered with lightweight, super strong membrane structure fabric which protects your assets from the elements while also letting air and natural light in.
While being lightweight, quick to construct and semi-portable, SmartShelters warehouse sheds are built to last. They offer the best of both worlds: the strength and longevity of a traditional warehouse, but with the flexibility usually seen in something far more temporary.