Insulated panel shelters can be used in a wide range of applications. From creating an outdoor area protected by the elements for your employees to smoke, to temporary shelter for those that have lost housing, insulated panel shelters are a versatile solution. You can choose a pre-fabricated shelter that will provide you with basic coverage, or go with a more intricate design to meet your specific needs. Insulated panel shelters can be set up fast, and the shelter can be built to be airtight with excellent energy performance. From small shelters to large, insulated panel homes, you can use this type of shelter for temporary housing, emergency needs, or even to provide shelter for farm animals.
Keep Your Employees Protected
If you have employees that stand outside smoking, you can provide your employees with an affordable, protective shelter using insulated panels. The construction is fast, and the cost of a small shelter will be minimal. While you might not want to encourage employees to smoke, it is a way to show your employees that you care about their comfort when they make the choice to do so.
Temporary Housing in an Emergency
With homelessness on the rise, temporary housing when the weather gets frigid is always hard to find. Insulated panel shelters can be set up to provide protection from the elements, keeping people warm who would otherwise freeze all night. In the event an apartment building burns down and residents need temporary housing, insulated panel shelters may work for awhile.
When Setting Up a Construction Site
If you are setting up a construction site and need some temporary housing for workers, insulated panel shelters are an easy solution. You don't have to worry about the long process of building shelters traditionally, and you will be ready for your employees to arrive to get the construction project done. When you have plenty of space and your construction site is far from any housing, setting up temporary housing can make it easier for your employees to accept the job and not have to worry about finding housing.
Insulated panel shelters provide warmth, can be airtight depending on design, and are easy to set up. Whether you are looking for a way to protect employees standing outside, or you need temporary housing for any reason, it's time to see how insulated panel shelters can be used instead of a traditional building option.