WeatherPort® Shelter Systems Make Set-Up Easy!

Event planners and their set-up crews have enough to worry about without fighting with their canopies and tents. That’s one reason why WeatherPort makes set-up easy!

Two people set up this SlipFit™ frame for a 10' x 10' canopy in less than 10 minutes.

Two people set up this SlipFit™ frame for 10′ x 10′ canopy in less than 10 minutes.

We design our tensioned membrane structures with simplicity, reliability and functionality in mind. But don’t let the simplicity fool you. WeatherPort® Shelter Systems designs all its structures with quality at the forefront of our process.

We engineer our buildings in-house and to the current building code before sending them to a third-party engineer to verify our work. Ask the other guys if they do the same.

Because of our emphasis on ease of use and portability, each WeatherPort fabric building can be rapidly erected with or without foundations, saving you time and money in the construction process.

For more permanent placements, our engineers recommend using concrete foundations. Precast concrete or ecology blocks, poured-in-place (PIP) walls, PIP slab-on-grade, precast slab sections, and subgrade continuous or pier footers are all recommended for use with WeatherPort’s facilities. If concrete isn’t available, using 1/2″ diameter spikes or duckbill anchors are popular solutions for direct anchoring into the ground.

Each WeatherPort building is designed to be easy to pack, ship and unpack. We rapidly and economically ship our fabric structures in low-cube packaging.

When you’re ready to quit fighting with your old tent or fabric building, contact WeatherPort today and find out why we’ve been the number one choice for tension fabric structures for more than 45 years.


  1. Renee M.-Reply
    June 4, 2020 at 11:06 pm

    I bought a WeatherPort about fifteen years ago. It has held up to Michigan winters. It was a great investment that continues to bring my family an enjoyable outdoor space!

  2. Ross D.-Reply
    May 28, 2021 at 3:07 am

    I have come into possession of what I think is a 12×15 or a 12×20 quonset-style tent with green ends and tan in the middle. I believe it is a fabric structure from WeatherPort. Can I get a manual that shows all the pieces and how to assemble it? Additionally, my wife wants to buy a backyard greenhouse next summer! Thank you for your help, Ross

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