Portable field shelters are fully mobile and are easy to tow and move around from paddock to paddock.

Portable field shelters are a functional and cost effective way of installing field shelters that in most cases will not require planning permission and no ground works are required.

We have to offer an extensive range of  field shelters all of which can be made mobile with the addition of our timber or galvanised steel skids.

12 x 12 Field Shelter

Timber skids are constructed from 125mm x 75mm pressure treated timbers complete with tow eyes to allow for easy movement.

The galvanised skids are 100mm x 50mm  box section galvanised steel also complete with tow eyes. Beware of cheaper imitations to the galvanised options. Galvanising provides a maintenance free corrosion protection unlike other protective coatings.

Our complete range of buildings are constructed only using  the highest quality pressure treated timbers creating a building that will last for many years to come.

Mobile field shelters are all available to be configured to your  requirements Contact Us

We highly recommend you anchor your mobile field shelters and stables down

Our field shelter ground anchors are easy to install and remove should you wish to move the building.

They are fitted by first bolting or screwing the bracket to the building and mobile skids, then the anchor is hammered through the slot in the bracket. The slot prevents the anchor rotating out. (We will do this for you on installations )

In some areas, planning permission is needed for permanent fixed structures, for example, stables and shelters, however, using our field shelter ground anchors the shelter can be safe and still be considered to be temporary and therefore outside the planning requirements.

Low Profile Safety Ground Anchors

Securing shelters with Low Profile safety anchors.

Firstly the T505 bracket is fixed to the shelter using bolts or large screws, then when the shelter is in position, the anchors are hammered through the slot in the brackets, the anchor will rotate when hammered, cutting a thread in the ground. The slot in the bracket prevents any unwanted rotation. If the shelter needs re positioning, the anchors are simply unwound, the shelter moved to the new location, then the anchors are again hammered through the slot in the brackets. They can be re-used many, many times.