Shelters provide an excellent means for protecting pedestrians from harsh weather. Shelters also provide protection to the likes of bicycles, trolley stations, paystations and more. 
Choose from an excellent range of shelters - ideal for quick installation on site for instant on site benefits.
What types of shelters are there?
There are 3 main types of shelters - 

Why use bike shelters?
Bike shelters offer an excellent means for protecting bicycles. Use in outdoor areas to protect them from rain. Bike shelters are highly common in schools, colleges, business premises, hospitals and more. The shelters allow for excellent coverage of bike owners while parking or removing their bike.
One of the most popular options is the Brooklyn Bike Shelter. This shelter covers a large amount of bicycles at once and protects them from rain overhead. Combine with bicycle racks for instant bike storage setups.

Why use smoking shelters?
Use smoking shelters to protect employees or customer from harsh weather when smoking outdoors. Smoking shelters are very common at large business premises, hospitals, public areas and more. The shelters offer excellent protection for smokers while on cigarette breaks.
An excellent smoking shelter option is the Classic Smoking Shelter. This shelter comes with a high quality steel and aluminium design. The roof is made with an impact resistant polycarbonate - perfect for protecting smokers.
Why use Paystation Shelters?
Use paystation shelters to protect car park users while paying fees. These shelters are ideal for outdoor car park areas and help to keep customers dry. 
The Voute Paystation Shelter Provides instant cover for paystations. The top is equipped with a 6mm UV treated canopy. The sides of the unti are made with a tougened safety glass. These paystation shelters are ideal for private car parks - use in shopping centres, hospitals and more.

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