An Introduction to Able Canopies

Smoking Shelters

Smoking Shelters

Smoking shelters are a much needed outside structure due to the smoking ban which was implemented in July 2007. Although this smoking ban encouraged many to give up, there are still many people, including your customers, staff and visitors who still smoke and would really appreciate a dry, warm area to gain shelter when smoking on your grounds.

Our smoking shelters are constructed from high quality, commercial grade materials and the shelter has been designed to last for many, many years. To back this up we offer a 2 year guarantee with the Darcy Smoking Shelter and a 25 year life expectancy so you can be sure that you are investing in a high quality product.

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Darcy Smoking Shelter
Darcy Smoking Shelter The Darcy Smoking Shelter is constructed from a galvanised steel frame and is enclosed with 8mm toughened safety glass. It is the perfect structure for creating a dry, smoking area that fits in with your existing aesthetics.
Melbury Smoking Shelter
Melbury Smoking Shelter The Melbury Smoking Shelter offers the ultimate weather protection to your staff, customers and visitors, enabling them to smoke on your premises in a dry, designated area.
Cranleigh Smoking Shelter
Cranleigh Smoking Shelter The Cranleigh Smoking Shelter is designed in the classic umbrella shape with a hexagonal or square, pyramid polycarbonate roof and is manufactured from galvanised steel.
Briar Smoking Shelter
Briar Smoking Shelter The Briar smoking shelter is a compact, cost effective shelter that is manufactured from galvanised steel and can be supplied with either two or three polycarbonate side panels.

Why should I invest in a smoking shelter?

  • Offer a dry, warm place to smoke that will shield from all weather conditions including the rain and wind
  • Create a designated area for smoking to avoid crowds of people around your entrances
  • Although you do not have to provide a smoking shelter, it is a respectful to do so and will be appreciated by your staff, customers or visitors
  • In the case of a fire drill or similar emergency, you will know where all staff are, saving panic and keeping your system structured
  • They can also be used as waiting shelters or somewhere where your staff can sit outside during tea and lunch breaks