Hunting gear is an essential component in hunting, including your hunting tent. You don’t use worn out traps or gear while hunting, so you shouldn’t use an old tent. You should upgrade your tent to a WeatherPort shelter system because there’s no value in nostalgia, you can start a new tradition, and the shelter systems have more flexibility. You want to be sure to use the best equipment this fall for hunting season, so check out the features of these shelter systems to enhance your hunting experience.
One way to cut the monthly expenses of your business, such as heating, cooling, and lighting, is by using energy efficient fabric buildings. Fabric buildings cut construction time in addition to cutting monthly expenses, which is another cost savings since less resources will go toward construction. Designers created our WeatherPort fabric buildings with energy efficiency in mind. The materials used for the siding, roofs, lighting and insulation can help control energy use and conserve energy. Our buildings are a great option for many types of businesses.
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game has been using WeatherPort® for their hunting checkpoints. Their fabric shelter systems give them the durability to withstand the harsh weather of Alaska while staying within their budget. The department uses the shelters for a variety of situations. For the Koyukuk Check Station, the fabric shelters provide living quarters and a place for employees to check people in and out of the area. Another example is the King Salmon Sonar Site, where the department uses WeatherPort shelters to hold network computers and collect sonar data. These are just two of the ways the department uses fabric shelter systems, and their applications within the departments is a testament to their strength and durability.
As a camp owner, you want to make your guests as comfortable as possible so they return to your fishing camp. One way to house them comfortably is to use a WeatherPort shelter. Our shelters are customizable with lots of design options. They provide quality accommodations at a fraction of the cost of brick-and-mortar buildings. You can talk to a building specialist to build the right shelter for your camp.