You have many items to store but no garage. Where do you put everything? Some smaller items can fit in your basement, but others, such as a car or a small boat, are simply left outdoors. In this case, an adequate storage solution is needed not only to de-clutter your home but also to protect your vehicles. When vehicles are left directly outdoors over an extended period of time, the UV rays and moisture damage the surface and essentially shorten its lifespan. As creating a garage from scratch is not feasible, portable garages are appropriate for storing all of your investments.
A portable garage has either a valance or enclosed frame made from galvanized steel tubing and a heavy-duty polyethylene canopy. The canopy portion is rated to be UV resistant, waterproof, mildew resistant, and rot proof. Once the shellter is fully anchored into the ground, it can protect your investments from the elements and will also hold its own against high winds and heavy snowfalls.
On a basic level, portable garages are designed for sheltering your everyday vehicle, such as a car or motorcycle. The vehicle can simply park inside the shelter and be protected from moisture and UV exposure. While this is certainly beneficial to your everyday vehicle, a seasonal vehicle needs this protection even more. As consistent exposure to these elements damages the surface of the seasonal vehicle by causing crack, fading, and dry rot, enclosed portable garages give the vehicle, be it a boat or RV, full protection from these elements for several months out of the year.
Vehicles are not the only investments that are stored inside portable garages . Farms, for example, often use these portable Shelters for tractors and similar vehicles and as run-in sheds for livestock. Other investments at home are also benefited by portable garages. Enclosed shelters, in particular, can act as a tool shed to protect your tools, firewood, and any item for which you need long-term storage.