Smoking Shelters provide cover for smokers while they are smoking outdoors. The shelters offer protection against rain and allow smokers to enjoy cigarettes comfortably. They are popular at business premises, hospitals, factories and more. Installing a smoking shelter provides a safe designated area for smoking.
Oudoor smoking shelters allow companies and premises to adhere to government 'no smoking' legislation. Shelters must be open at least 50% of the structure to allow for smoke to disperse. They offer a safe, convenient place for smokers to have cigarettes while being protected from the elements.
Smoking shelters come flat packed for easy self install on site. The Smoking Shelter kit comes with everything needed included main supporting posts, perspex or polycarbonate sheeting and all fixings.
For added comfort some shelters also come with additional options for seating. Suitable accessories also include cigarette bins and ashtrays - allowing smokers to dispose of butts efficiently an keeping the surrounding area clean.
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The Classic Smoking Shelter provides excellent protection to smokers. The roof is made with an impact resistant polycarbonate material, making it extremely tough and ideal for outdoors. The toughened safety glass also includes smoking symbols and signage, alerting smokers to the shelters prescence. Each shelter is flat-packed for easy self installation on site.
A popular shelter option is the Barrow Smoking Shelter. This flat-packed unit can be installed quiclky and easily on site. This unit is ideal for installing direclty to walls. The unit will bolt to the wall and ground for excellent security. Each shelter includes polycarbonate sheeting for the roof and one side of the entire unit.
The Stoke Smoking Shelter comes in a full steel design. The adjustable feet allow for easier install on unven surfaces. The smoking shelter also includes a perch bench, allowing smokers to rest while using the unit.