By ernie baca from Galt, CA on November 19, 2012
What is involved in installation?
By Magan B. on November 20, 2012
Answer:This shelter will need complete installation. The poles will need to be connected and assembled. The cover will need to be put on and attached. The unit will need to be anchored properly.
For complete instructions, please view the installation manual on the main item page.
By Kathy from NE on August 18, 2013
Does this look nice in person? How long will it last?
By Tommy H. on August 19, 2013
Answer:Past customers have been satisfied with the looks of this product. The lifetime of this product depends on the weather it endures and the amount of use it gets.
By John from Clearbrook, MN on September 25, 2013
I am interested in purchasing this item. I want to be certain that it is available in the Green color. Is that the case?
By Amy K. on September 25, 2013
Answer:Yes, this item is currently showing to be available in green.
By Linda from Mercer, WI on October 19, 2013
I would like this product with doors on both ends. Is that an option?
By Emily on October 21, 2013
Answer:Yes, this unit comes with (2) double zippered door panels.
By Al from Oak Harbor, Washington on November 11, 2013
Is the door height really 13' 4"? I was told that it is only 12' 6". Our boat is 13' 4" high when it is on it's trailer.
By Emily on November 14, 2013
Answer:ShelterLogic has replied stating that the door opening is 12' 6" h x 10' wide at the top and bottom. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
By Max from WA on March 26, 2014
I am looking to use something like this for heating a product I have for my business. How good is this for holding in heat? It would need to be at about 90 degrees consistently.
By Kelsey C. on March 27, 2014
Answer:While this is a durable temporary shelter, it is not air-tight and does have flaps on each end. The polyethylene cover is meant to protect items from the outside elements. Per the manufacturer, you should not have open flames inside the tent or use it to operate or store cooking devices/flammable liquids.
By Mike from Grand Rapids, MI on March 7, 2014
Is there a video available to view on the installation of the garage itself and also one on installing the roll up door? I am more of a visual person.
By Emily on March 7, 2014
Answer:Please use the link below to view a video to show you how to set up a Shelterlogic garage.
By Milton from Fredericksburg, VA on February 7, 2015
Is this shelter built with a door cover?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on February 9, 2015
Answer:The ShelterLogic 14 x 40 x 16 does have a door that will completely close up the front of the unit.
By David from CA on November 1, 2016
Do you have just the cover without the framing?
By Will M. - eCanopy Product Specialist on November 1, 2016
Answer:For this, I recommend contacting ShelterLogic directly.
By Matt from Chicago, IL on September 29, 2015
Is there a rear door/cover option for this ShelterLogic 14 x 40 x 16 peak style portable garage canopy?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 29, 2015
Answer:Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, there is a back zipper door and a front zipper door included with the ShelterLogic 14 x 40 x 16 Peak Style Portable Garage Canopy - 95843.
By Jack from OH on June 18, 2016
How well does this hold up to snow?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 20, 2016
Answer:Per the manufacturer, this shed is not snowload rated.
By Lee from NH on December 22, 2016
Is it snow rated?
By Chaz on December 22, 2016