HTS Temporary Industrial Building Blog
HTS Industrial is the leading manufacturer and supplier of temporary buildings. Our blog is home to a range of articles, help and advice allowing you to make the right decisions when it comes to sourcing and choosing these structures.
Feel free to browse the browse our content and make use of our expert knowledge in areas such as design and build quality, speed and method of installation, planning requirements, pros and cons against other solutions, whether to hire or buy, and much more.
For the majority of time customers can hire a temporary building for the exact period they need it, creating a solution that precisely matches budgets and operational needs.
Sometimes though, hire terms can be too short or too long to prove cost effective. And, in other situations they may start at six months and run on for six years plus, or become an outright purchase. So what are all the different options and which are most suited to your business needs? Continue reading
For anyone outside the rail industry, the question of how temporary buildings can enable undercover maintenance on trains is of little consequence. For those who do need an answer to this question, it can be a problem because the cover needs to go over the railway track. Similarly, any large static machinery that needs protection will need the cover to be built over and around the equipment as the usual method of moving the machinery once the building is in place, isn’t an option.
This is where temporary maintenance buildings really come into their own, providing the installation technique of a clear-span tent, but the strength and durability of an industrial permanent building. Continue reading
Coming into the winter months, many manufacturers have been turning to warehouse loading canopies as an easy and affordable way to protect stock from wet weather damage. With the prediction of more wet weather by the climate scientists and week-long deluges that can happen any time of the year, these are now becoming more of a permanent solution to avoid the financial cost of wet damage year-round. So, what are warehouse loading canopies, how can they be used and are they right for your business? Continue reading
The need to hire temporary warehouse space can happen very quickly for many businesses; new contracts, new product ranges, organic growth or seasonal growth can all put existing storage space under strain. And, more importantly, not being able to provide that space in the required time frame could mean these growth opportunities slip away. Continue reading
Temporary warehouse Buildings could start to become a lifeline in a manufacturers’ survival toolbox. How and why can they help manufacturers weather the challenges of the 21st century, including uncertainties with Brexit, GDPR, fickle consumer demand, lack of skilled workers and sometimes inefficient outdated systems? Continue reading
One of the many advantages of choosing a modular temporary building for your on-site warehousing or workshop requirements is the simplicity of the design; something that can create huge savings on build time, labour and architectural fees.
HTS have taken this simple design concept to provide a unique interactive 3D building configurator feature on the website for all our customers. Continue reading
One of the most surprising things about temporary buildings is the remarkably fast and easy installation method. And, the fact that this very simple build technique doesn’t have any impact on long-term use or durability.
What is it that facilitates such an easy installation method and are there other benefits derived from this other than fast on-site space? Continue reading
A misguided perception of temporary warehouses can sometimes be that they are not strong enough for long-term industrial use. Perhaps this is the aluminium ‘tent’ like frame, or the fact they are referred to as temporary, or just misinformation. Whatever leads people to this conclusion, the point is it’s incorrect. Continue reading
There are various options available to roof a temporary building depending on the level of insulation required. The most common choice is an industrial grade, flame retardant PVC cover. This type of cover can either be single skin for basic cover or a double skinned inflated roof to create better temperature control and minimise condensation. Another option for temporary building roofing is insulated steel composite panels.
Some people can have reservations about PVC roof cover thinking it will not be strong or sufficient enough. This type of cover however has a huge number of benefits and is more than fit for industrial use on a long-term basis. Continue reading