Animals thrive in a greenhouse type environment benefiting from being dry, and being out of the wind and in the light, without being in the direct sun. The cushion of air created by the inflator fan will reduce the condensation. Roll up sides are added for easy natural ventilation. Usually customers attach a snow fence or netting to the inside of the arch if the structure is mounted to the ground, so the animals do not come in contact with the cover or run away when the sides are rolled up. A short wall is also an option to keep the animals away from the plastic while also increasing the sidewall height. A white tarp covering may be used instead of the double white poly, especially in situations where the animals are going in and out on their own accord when they require shelter.
Read more on our livestock page for more information
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Properly venting a building is a critical consideration when planning your building. Getting rid of the initial ground moisture, quickly, when you have erected your new shelter is something many people do not think of. Quality air changes for plants or animals is something that automatically comes to mind. Getting rid of moisture is equally as important for storing your valuables.
Since warm air holds moisture and warm air rises, it is important to have venting capacity as high as is possible. Venting through the roof, with individual turbines or a continuous roof vent, is the most effective but also the most costly. This is only really necessary when you are in a very protected spot and there is a real need to keep the temperature down in a long building.
Most medium length buildings that have the ends facing into the prevailing winds, can be adequately vented with gable end peak vents. Make sure that these openings are as big as possible and as high as possible. It is also important to make sure your “windows” can withstand the winds in your area.
As with all the other considerations, please do not hesitate to contact us with your specific set of circumstances and challenges
We’ve added a new feature to our website that we hope will help some confusion when people ask, “but where do I start?” This new page gives a breakdown of steps to plan your structure, and helpful information links to short cut the website. We hope you find it helpful and we look forward to hearing from you!
Getting Started-Click Here!
We also have a steps for installing, that should be used in conjunction with our installation guide. If you haven’t seen it, be sure to click the links above to check it out!
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Just a quick update for everyone that Multi Shelter Solutions will be closed from December 24-January 4. We will be reopening again for regular business January 5, 2015.
If you have a shelter emergency or other urgent question you can contact us using our contact form here. We will do our best to reply to you within 24 hours.
We would like to wish you and your family a very happy holiday season, and we look forward to working with you on your 2015 shelter project. Thanks again for all your interest and support this past year, making it a record breaking year for us. We are excited for all the new year holds.
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