Preparing for Hurricane Teddy

We had previously shared this ahead of hurricane Dorian last year but it is all still very relevant ahead of hurricane Teddy. Please be safe and prepare what you can. We at Multi Shelters will hold you in our thoughts this week

To our east coast customers, please note, with Huricane Teddy approaching, there are some key things you need to do to prepare and give your structures the best chance possible of surviving.

It is critically important to inspect all the greenhouses and their anchoring systems.

If you have anything extra which can be used as an anchor … use it in the direction of the prevailing winds.

Make sure that there are no loose ends of wirelock lock inserts or any plastic coverings.

Make sure that there are no frayed parts to any ropes on the tunnels and that the ropes are TIGHT.

If you see things coming apart during the storm and it is still safe to go out, cut the cover, it is easier to replace the cover then the whole structure.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email or phone us this week, we will respond to every email and please, most of all be safe, our thoughts are with you

Savings for Newfoundland!

A chance for Newfoundland growers to save on greenhouse shipping!

Right now we have received a large structure order which is not quite enough to warrant our truck going to the island.

This is your opportunity to save. If you act quickly, there is time to put a truckload together and have your building delivered to your door by the manufacturer.

For a long time now the growers in eastern Canada have worked together with us to make their structure shipping less expensive and more timely.

By planning ahead, we group things together so the freight component is less. Get your order in next week to take advantage of these savings! We look forward to helping you with your project!

Important COVID-19 Update

A note from Norm and update on COVID-19 protocols

We are grateful that the majority of our customers are working with us to help keep everyone safe. With the recent escalation of numbers of the virus cases, I think that it is prudent to keep our protocols in place at least until Christmas.

As such our office is closed to visitors. All customers will be sent, and required to respond to, our protocol list. This includes customers which we are delivering to and the ones that are picking up.

These are more than suggestions. These are rules which we have in place to help keep our staff and customers safe. Customers who fail to abide by our protocols will be asked to leave the property (pick ups) or the driver leaving the property (deliveries).

We are all in this together and together we will get through it.

Thank you for the opportunity of serving your structure needs in these challenging times.