Fabric Structures for Sheep Housing

How You Can Save with Winkler Structures

Electricity rates are on the rise in Canada. Manitobans can expect an almost 8% increase in 2018 and rate payers in Ontario are also facing steady increases. While the rates vary across all the provinces, the National Energy Board of Canada reports that in the last decade, electricity costs have increased faster than the rate of inflation, with no sign of slowing down. When undertaking a new construction project, electricity costs should be considered when debating the benefits of a fabric building over steel or wood frame structures. Winkler Structures use NovaShield Membrane Structure Fabric to cover the steel frame. This...

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Storing cold-weather equipment [Video]

From snow blowers and plows to snow mobiles, there are many different types of equipment used during winter.

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Winkler Structures Hay Storage Building

Hay protection from the elements [Video]

Certain summers are wetter than others, which increases the risk of hay spoilage.

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Winkler Structures QuickBuild Utility Garage

How the QuickBuild Utility Garage simplifies storage

A custom-built fabric structure has a wide number of uses and applications for a variety of consumers.

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fabric building with insulation

Keep Your Building Bright When Insulating

Insulating your fabric building offers many advantages and allows your structure to be used comfortably in the colder months. Insulating is an excellent idea for recreational complexes, manufacturing facilities, commercial…

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Storing grain for livestock with a fabric covered building [Video]

Farmers know providing plenty of grain for cows before and during the breeding season is critical. So, finding an affordable and durable storage solution is a priority.

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Winkler Structures – a versatile storage solution

Winkler Structures truly offers one of the most versatile storage solutions in the market. Our buildings are moveable and customizable depending on your needs. Take for example, this 35′ x…

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