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Building Permit For Snow Loads – Temporary Structure Design For Greenhouses In Cold Climates

Building Permit For Snow Loads - Temporary Structure Design For Greenhouses In Cold Climates

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In this video, Brian covers permits for temporary structures, and snow load requirements of cold climate greenhouses. Find out if a permit is necessary and how to get one.

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  1. We built a small greenhouse using 16' cattle panels! They work great with short length building of 8' but the same cannot be said about longer and wider shelter design we tried for a temporary wood shed roof! It's has been dropped by the snow 3 times already! Going to the lumber yard tomorrow to beef up the center support of the wood shed with a ridge pole!!👍🏻😜

  2. I started my outdoor season last year with 10'x20' shelter logic, did quite a bit of research before choosing, between the cost and design features (zippered door,high sidewalls) nothing else I found came close. I'm in NY so snow load is a concern as well, still need to install a few uprights under ridge to mitigate total collapse. I did pull my shade cloth to allow snow to slide off on its own, which so far is working well. A big snowfall would have me out there shoveling though.

  3. I have had two Shelterlogic garages in a box crush from over night of wet snow.
    Shelterlogis told me I should have used the round top sheds, I told them they should have those in the farm store not the ones that will crush in snow climates.
    A great fix to reduce this is to build in a wood ridge beam under the top ridge pole to support the snow weight, like a 2" by 8", one should would though two would be better. if it's not a garage, posts under it would be fine.

  4. I just bought a Shelter Logic greenhouse through Walmart. I saved the freight by picking it up there. The computer notified me when it went on sale so I ended up saving$200. What kind of shade cloth do you use? It looks strong.

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