WHEN WE NEED TO TAKE ACTION; WHY CHOSE PVI SHELTERS?
In recent years, some deaths have occurred following the collapsing of temporary shelters. The Ministry of Health and Social Services decided to look into the matter and tasked the Bureau of Standards of Québec (BNQ).
With the concern for safety and the primary objective of satisfying our vast clientele, our new range of car shelters “PVI“, is the result of our goal to meet the new standards.
Since the manufacturers, retailers and distributors are not obligated to follow the new norm, we act as precursors in the area and offer winter car shelters that do respect the BNQ standards. We invite you to contact us to learn more about our products.
In our range of shelters meetings the BNQ standards, here is the 11 feet wide model. Available from 16 to 32 feet long and with a clearance of 7 feet, this shelter will suit an Customer concerned about safety. Contrary of what is on the market currently, the structure of this model is made of a mini-oval steel, 16 ga, rather than the round steel, 18 ga, found in the products of our competitors. With the stronger structure (handling a snow load of 40 pounds per square foot) this is the shelter for an informed Customer.
A single car shelter that offers more interior space and meets the new BNQ Standards. With a width of 12 feet, available from 16 to 32 feet long and a clearance of 7 feet, this is the shelter that will satisfy those who owns a big car or a pick up truck. Just like the PVI11, the structure is composed of a mini-oval steel, 16 ga, and meets the new norm (handling a snow load of 40 pounds per square foot). This is the product that will satisfy a consumer hard to please.
PVI 18 & PVI 20
With a reinforced structure in oval steel, 16 ga, this new double car shelter meets the new BNQ Standards. With a width of either 18 or 20 foot, a length from 20 to 32 feet and a clearance of 7 foot 6 inches, this is the ideal shelter for any family with 2 cars in their driveway. This shelter, like the other “PVI” shelters, are design to handle the weather of our country.