By Eric from 03781 on September 8, 2012
What kind of a snow load are these shelters rated? I have a 22' travel camper and live in New Hampshire. It's fairly protected, so wind is not a major issue.
By Tyler M. on September 10, 2012
Answer:ShelterLogic, the manufacturer, does not provide a snow load rating for these canopies because they are not permanent engineered structures.
By Michael from ME on November 14, 2014
What is the shape and spacing of the metal ribs for this structure and what gauge of steel is used? Also, what is the wind rating for this structure?
By April L. - eCanopy Product Specialist on November 14, 2014
Answer:This unit uses 22 - sturdy 2 3/8" diameter steel frame. The length is 24' long and there are 11 poles on each side so they are roughly 2' apart. The ribs are in 2 long parts with connectors. ShelterLogic does not have a wind rating on this unit.
By Vic from Duluth, MN on August 2, 2015
What are the actual dimensions of the doors of this ShelterLogic 15 x 24 x 12 peak-style portable shelter when fully opened?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on August 3, 2015
Answer:The door opening is 10' wide by 9'4" high.
By Floyd from Roxbury, VT on May 30, 2017
I need about 9'-10" at the center of the door opening to clear the air conditioner on my camper. Can this be possible without using the door?
By Darnarius on May 30, 2017
Answer:The door opening height for this unit is 9' 4", so it appears this will work judging from the measurements you provided.