Depending on weather conditions, a 30′ x 40′ shelter can be installed over 2 days with a crew of 3 people. Larger buildings take longer and may require additional crew members for portions of the build.
Stabl Shelters are easy to maintain and kits come with detailed instructions for care.
Generally, you can do quarterly fabric and bolt-tightening checks to ensure best stableness. Use a mild detergent to wash fabric, if necessary.
There are no special tools required for the assembly of this building, however a cordless drill, and for safety considerations and convenience, a moveable platform or scaffolding equal to 75% of the peak height would be required.
For large buildings, a scissor lift or genie lift is recommended.
Depending on where you live, the process for obtaining a permit can vary. Contact your local government to get answers regarding building permits.
Stabl Shelters uses a commercial grade steel framework that is hot-dipped galvanized, which provide superior corrosion protection to the steel.
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a heavier duty, chemically resistant synthetic resin made by polymerizing vinyl chloride. PVC starts with a middle layer of polyester, which is then covered with polyvinyl chloride and then coated with a top-lacquer coating. PVC is waterproof, UV resistant, mildew resistant, heat and cold resistant, fire resistant.
Our PVC fabrics come in four different types – PVC450, PVC650, PVC750 and PVC900. Please check our product listings to see which fabric is available for your desired shelter.
Yes. All our units come with a detailed, step by step construction manual. We are always available to answer any of your questions.
Shelters will sustain wind gusts up to 120 KPH or greater with proper installation. For heavy snowfall climates we recommend the the Stabl ProXS series and heavier fabrics.
Each arch comes with two anchor plates. Each anchor plate is pinned down by heavy-duty bolts (four per plate) to ensure maximum security. It is recommended anchor plates be placed onto concrete.
There are several factors in selecting the right foundation, depending if you are looking to erect a temporary or permanent building.
Recommended types of foundation materials to prevent sinking or shifting over time:
- concrete slab
- low-rise poured in place concrete walls
- precast concrete slab sections
- continuous concrete footers
- subgrade concrete pier footers
You have up to 30 days from the date of purchase to notify us of missing parts. If you don’t confirm parts or missing within the 30 days, we will consider your order complete.