Five Reasons Why You Should Choose the Grasmere Timber Shelter

Cycle shelters are becoming imperative outside structures for many establishments including town centres and shopping complexes, schools, supermarkets, offices, factories and hospitals. The world is starting to change, we are becoming much more aware of the impact that our choices have on the environment and how they will affect our future generations and wildlife.

One of the actions many of us are taking to improve the future, is choosing to walk or cycle rather than drive. This means that every year, cycling becomes a little more popular and so does the need to provide cyclists with somewhere safe and sheltered to store their bicycles whilst out and about.

The cycle shelter that has topped our charts without question, is the Grasmere Timber Clad Cycle Shelter and here’s five reasons why you should choose this fantastic timber cycle shelter.

  1. Stylish, Contemporary and Versatile with a Natural Appearance

The Grasmere is a stylish shelter that looks great in any setting due to its natural, yet contemporary appearance. The sharp rectangle design and galvanised steel frame adds strong contemporary elements, whilst the smooth timber cladding softens the structure adds an organic, natural feel. This perfect combination enables the shelter to fit in with any environment whether it be modern, traditional or somewhere in between.

  1. It’s not just a Cycle Shelter

The Grasmere Timber Clad Cycle Shelter has many more functions than just storing bicycles. It can be used as a waiting shelter, bus shelter or smoking shelter with the addition of benches, a bin store or storage shelter with the addition of lockable doors and a buggy shelter with the addition of a buggy bar to secure the prams to. The possibilities are almost endless, and you can also use one shelter for two functions, such as a cycle and waiting shelter with benches at one end and cycle racks at the other.

  1. Tailored to your Requirements

If you are looking for a standard shelter yet need a specific size to suit your space and requirements that’s not a problem. The Grasmere has a standard size of 4.1m x 2.05m and it can be extended in 2m bays. Alternative sizes may be available on request depending on the dimensions.

  1. Impressive Life Expectancies

When it comes to investing in a cycle shelter, you need to know that the money you’re spending is well invested and will last for many years. That’s why our Grasmere Timber Clad Cycle Shelter is supplied with up to a 25 year life expectancy for the frame and the Western Red Cedar Wood is supplied with an impressive life expectancy of 40-60 years.

  1. It’s Our Most Popular Shelter

While it’s not always desirable to have the same as everyone else, when it comes to a purchase such as a cycle shelter, sometimes it really is best to follow the crowd. There’s a reason why the Grasmere Timber Clad Cycle Shelter has become our most popular shelter, over taking the Easydale Cycle Shelter to reach the no.1 spot. It’s because it simply cannot be beaten on appearance, price, longevity, strength and functionality. What more could you want?

Click here to find out more about the Grasmere Timber Clad Cycle Shelter or download our brochure by clicking on the image below.

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Christine

Marketing Assistant Manager at Able Canopies Ltd
Christine is Able Canopies' Marketing Assistant Manager and is an advocate of outdoor learning. She is a big fan of fundraising and is always looking for fresh fundraising and outdoor learning ideas to share.

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