Tag: temporary housing
In 2015, the United States had the largest number of areas burned by forest fires and wildfires in a decade, losing over 8 million acres of forest land. In Spring 2016, 97,000 acres burned down so far in seven of our western states, and things may get worse once the rains end. First responders and those who lose their homes due to these fires need shelters to live in, and portable structures are great for this purpose. Temporary housing sets up quickly with the use of portable structures, which is important in emergency situations. We offer shelters at WeatherPort equipped for these types of emergency uses.
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One of the great benefits of using WeatherPort Shelters is that you can set up them up on any surface with minimal site prep. This allows businesses and hobbyists alike to use our structures to suit their needs. The design of our shelters is suitable for many foundation types and different purposes such as warehouses and sports facilities. This guide will instruct you on how to anchor your WeatherPort Shelter on different foundation types including concrete, wood, and building pads.