Sheds, Shelters Hangars.
Splash is in the business of Fabric Structures and Flat Pack Buildings.
We design, market and sell to Australia and other countries of the world from Australia.
This is a regional promotion for ...
Splash Portable Arch Shelters
Splash Fabric Arch Shelters are manufactured from clear span or double truss galvanized steel frames and covered by your choice of Australian, European or Asian PE, PVC or Shade Cloth Fabrics. The majority of our smaller arch shelters are available for DIY installation.
Splash Fabric Arch Shelters are cool in summer warm in winter, and just delightful to work and play beath. They are most commonly used in the Australia as equipment shelters, barns and sheds, work site shelters and workshops, packing sheds and aircraft hangars. They also make brilliant, soundless sports and events pavilions. Our biggest customers include the rural, aviation, and mining industry.
Splash Hard Top Shelters have the same function as fabric structures, but are made with metal and/or solid synthetic panels, and have been developed for those that must have maxiumum fire hazard, security or extreme weather issues.
Use Arch Shelters for workers shade and amenities, kiosks, stalls, exhibition tents, outdoor studios, hangars, warehouses, packing sheds, outdoor cinemas, shearing and storage shelters, schools yards, tennis courts, basketball pavillions, indoor soccer and everything else we didn't think of. Steel Arch Shelters are available up to 30 meters wide.
Industrial Tents are a range of aluminium and steel frame fabric structures geared mainly to events and entertainment, with some industrial applications.
Read More about these at our official website: Splash Arch Shelters Website
Industrial Tents are available up to 60 meters wide (aluminium).
Anything bigger is not portable ... but we can still help with our pre-fab EPS Panel buildings, small to massive quick build structures.
Splash Flat Pack Containers
Splash has also introduced a range of incredibly useful and flexible flat pack container shelters. Fully modular, insulated and wired, they can be stacked to 2 high in any length and width and come with a host of interesting peripherals .. including kitchenettes, bathrooms, gable roofs, patios and stairs. We can even fancy up the factory steel cladding to produce quite a delightful space.
Heaps of optional add ons like glass walls, small medium and larger windows and sliding glass doors. A very quick and cost effective way to develop a holiday shack or add space to an existing home, office or pontoon.
Flat Pack Containers join together into quick complexes, so you find them used as portable camps and villages, mining quarters, sheds, refugee shelters, hostel accommodation, studios, dwellings, shops, booths, signal boxes, workshops and offices.
Another excellent idea for quick, portable storage. These boxes are the same strength and sizes as steel shipping containers but have no Twist Locks and they are designed to assemble, and dismantle in under an hour. A fantastic alternative to a fixed shed and very useful to professional storage, warehousing or jobs on the move (e.g. road works, mines and logistics) .. They can also be moved around with a fork lift and trailer ... optional industrial whe wheels are also available. Can withstand wind speeds up to Cyclone/Hurricane 3, when locked down, which is 208kph, so very safe for this region.
Not fussed with DIY? We can put you in touch with a local installer.
Portable buildings are becoming more popular as fixed structures ... with the start stop economies that most businesses now experience, many appreciate the option of being able to move their structures at any time in the future.
- Sheds Cabins
- Dome Arch Shelters
- Fabric Structures
- Portable Buildings
- Aircraft Hangars
- Container Shelters
- PVC Shelters
- Container Covers
- Flat Pack Containers
- Kiosks Market Stalls
- Cabins Shacks Houses
- Steel Folding Containers
- Indoor Sport Pavilions
- Pontoon Cabins
- Granny Flats
- Work Site Shelters
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