Shelters Structures Hangars
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Splash is in the business of light structures for working, living and storing. We design, manufacture and market in Australia and overseas.
This is a promotional page for the Clare, Peterborough to Mount Bryan Districts of South Australia.
Splash Arch Shelters
Splash Fabric Arch Shelters (soft tops) our own brand and designs, are portable, industrial strength tents (fabric structures) that have galvanized steel or aluminum frames with strong PE or PVC (or Shade Cloth) fabric covers.
Arch Shelters have a host of uses and are popular in South Australia with the vineyard, equestrian, events and entertainment, sports, aviation and earth moving industries as shade or fully enclosed buildings. Arch Shelters have multi purpose footings, so can be mounted upon the ground, on containers, posts or walls. They are affordable and very strong ... cool in summer, warmer in winter ...
Hard Top Arch Shelters perform like our soft tops, but we utilise solid materials such as steel or synthetic panels for the roof and walls. Hard Tops are for circumstances that require maximum security, fire hazard protection or extreme weather conditions.
Arch Shelters are available in many shapes and sizes, up to 30 meters wide (aluminum). Available for shipment to anywhere in South Australia from Adelaide or Melbourne, the majority of structure are available in DIY assembly kit form. Presently you will find them used as Aircraft and Helicopter Hangars, Warehouses, Workers Shade Shelters, Holiday Camp Tents, Arenas and Stables, Packing and Shearing Sheds, Livestock Shade and Shelters, plus many more.
We also offer a limited range of aluminum or steel frame industrial strength tents geared mainly to events and entertainment, plus some industrial application. Our range includes Aluminum PVC Marquee Tents and Steel Pole (Circus) Tents up to 50 meters wide.
Official Website: http://www.splashstructures.com
Splash Flat Pack Containers
Flat Pack Containers are based upon the technology of a shipping container, but is freighted as a dismantled unit for assembly on site. The fundamental differences between a regular container and the flat pack is they are:
(a) already insulated (like reefers)
(b) wired for power
(c) have a large choice of add-ons from windows to roofs, to create the space you desire.
Flat pack Containers are excellent value for money, you will save time and money and can assemble yourself. Buy one or two flat packs to construct an office, cabin, studio or insulated storage shed ... you will be able to shift to a new location using a fork lift, crane and/or flat bed truck.
Alternatively join and stack them to two (2) high to make a small or larger complex of e.g. site offices, training rooms, back packers, hospital or workers quarters. Add on's available include, small, medium and larger windows, slide glass doors, gable or slanted roof, stairs or covered patio - we can also give you a different cladding ... great space for a great price.
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Splash has been marketing Shelters since 2001, we have our own unique brands and manufacture is mostly conducted in Australia with options to engineer and produce in Australia. We manufacture to order directly from our factories, we have no additional middlemen, we just pass the savings onto customers and installers ...
With the start stop economies that most businesses and private individuals now experience, it's really handy to be able to relocate their structures when they choose.
- Mount Bryan
- Flat Pack Containers
- Fabric Structures
- Portable Sheds
- Aircraft Hangars
- Container Covers
- Boat Sheds
- PVC Shelters
- Industrial Tents
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