A "fabric building" is a building structure that utilizes a tension "fabric" that can withstand tension to be held in place. There are several types of tension fabrics used today: PVC coated polyester, silicon coated fiberglass, and Teflon coated fiberglass, Solawrap Film and Synergy Fabric. Our Britespan Building Structures are built with Solawrap Greenhouse Film or Synergy Fabric. Once the frame is built, the fabric cover is stretched over the frame.
Global Plastic Sheeting recognized the need for a well-built structure that will exceed your expectations. When you are considering a fabric building in the USA, give us a call and find out why you too will see the value of a Britespan building.
Return On Investment: It's economical! Fabric covered buildings offer lower operational costs, can be installed quickly, be naturally bright, can be customized, be permanent or relocatable, and be more cost effective to build. Not all fabric building are created equal. Here's why you should understand what sets a Britespan fabric building apart. Vist it the Britespan Cover-All Fabric Building Buyers Guide
Fabric Roof: One of biggest benefit over traditional buildings is its fabric roof. A fabric cover has non-conductive properties that reduce the transmission of heat and cold, making the building feel warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Using a high-quality roofing material such as Solawrap or Synergy Fabric offers a major advantage.
Translucent Properties: Britespan polyethylene fabric covers called Synergy Fabric allows natural daylight into the building, reducing/eliminating daytime lighting cost. A fabric building will require typically 1/3 of the lighting capital costs due to the bright white underside of the fabric roof reflects and disperses the artificial lighting throughout the building.
Custom Sizing: A huge advantage is the spanning capabilities. A Britespan Building can span 24' - 300', to any length. Britespan's Rigid Beam series also offers custom heights, widths, eaves and slopes.
Britespan fit and finish go far beyond what you find with other competing lines.
A better question is, who doesn't use fabric buildings! Here is a list of industries that use these buildings:
Agriculture applications, including livestock barns, commodity, hay/straw storage, and equipment and machinery storage
Aviation applications including aircraft maintenance and repair buildings, hangar and shade buildings
Port applications including TSA facilities, watercraft maintenance buildings and storage
Mineral and oil exploration applications including maintenance, equipment and processing facilities, warehousing and equipment and vehicle storage
Commercial Commodity Storage for fertilizer, grain and frac sand
Municipal & Public Works applications, including salt and sand storage buildings, waste, recycling and composting buildings, warehousing and vehicle and equipment storage
Warehousing and equipment storage buildings
Portable and temporary buildings, ideal for temporary operations and worksites
Sports and recreation buildings including riding arenas, hockey arenas, indoor soccer fields, golf, gymnasiums and more
Fire department applications including fire halls, vehicle storage and maintenance facilities
Hospitality buildings including banquet centres, event centres, casinos, concert halls, etc.
Unlike a conventional building, a fabric building from Britespan can be constructed anywhere, including remote and temporary building sites, and are constructed in a fraction of the time as a conventional building. All of Britespan’s fabric structures are pre-engineered to comply with all North American and International building codes for wind and snow loads ♦ thermal factors ♦ exposure factors ♦ importance categories ♦ and enclosure categories.
The best time to use a fabric building is when it will best suit your needs, when you want to save money and see a solid return on investment.
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