By dave hayden from durand, wi on August 22, 2012
Will this structure take a heavy snow load?
By Chris C. on August 22, 2012
Answer:Per the manufacturer's assembly manual: "Any accumulated snow on the main cover should be removed as soon as practical. The days following a snowfall when the snow melts are when the most damage can occur. Unit is not designed for any amount of accumulated snow or ice. Tap the main cover from the inside with a broom end to knock off any accumulated snow."
By Jay from Connecticut on October 23, 2013
Can you tell me how wide the door opening is at the top?
By Dawn H. on October 31, 2013
Answer:It is 9'-6" at the top.
By Bill from Big Bear Lake, CA on January 30, 2014
What kind of snow load will this support? This will be for Big Bear Lake, CA, and they get quite a bit of snow.
By Emily on January 31, 2014
Answer:According to Rhino Shelter, they do not have snow or wind ratings on their shelters. They always recommend owners to knock off any snow accumulation to prevent damage.
By James from Denver on May 4, 2014
Could you please provide the actual opening height of the door?
By Will M. on May 5, 2014
Answer:The door opening height is 8'.
By Tom from Darrington, WA on December 9, 2015
Is the 10' dimension of this Rhino Shelter storage building from the top of the door or to the crest of the roof? The ShelterLogic carport states a 12' height up the door height is only 10'. What snow load is this built for?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on December 9, 2015
Answer:Thank you for your inquiry. The Rhino Shelter Instant Boat Shelter and Storage Building - 14 x 24 x 10 has a overall door opening of 9 feet 6 inches (overall height is 10 feet) and the unit does not have a snow load rating and Rhino Shelter does advise you keep any accumulation knocked off to avoid damage.