Construction: Included in our installation service is a ground levelling service, sinking the feet in concrete is the safest and strongest option available and this is our standard method of installation for your waiting shelter or covered seating area. However, if you are on rented property or cannot get planning permission to use concete fixtures then the covered seating area can also be bolted to concrete. This will be included in the comprehensive quotation. If you are unsure about the installation of the waiting shelter then please contact us and we can discuss your options. If you are interested in our range of parent waiting canopies then on most orders we can send a team of engineers out to survey the area. If your architects or planners require a 3D model or drawing of the structure then this is available on request.
Cladding: The covered waiting shelters are most commonly covered in PET, which is a strong cladding resistant to fire and impact damage and is even UVA protective. It is usually supplied in transparent finish but can also be coloured to give a fun appearence that matches it's surroundings.
Finish: The parent waiting shelters and entrance canopies are available in a huge variety of colours and finishes. Our most popular finish is a powder coated paint finish. This finish is available in a variety of colours. See our colour charts or ask a member of our team for help. We are here normal working hours to take your call or you can use our contact form any time.
Fixing: The parent / child waiting shelters can be installed on any ground, even loose top soil. If necessary the covered seating area or waiting shelter can also be bolted to an existing concrete base.
Picture Gallery and Examples
Here are a few examples of parent / waiting shelters that have been designed built and installed by cad shelters.
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Combination cycle shelter and covered seating area
Chelsea Parent Waiting Shelter