Tips for Keeping Your Australian Structure in Top Condition

To complement the quality build of igloo sheds, it’s important to explore a few expert tips to keep them in top condition. That’s how your investment will last for a long time and serve you well. In this blog article, Ezy Igloo shares some advice on how to care for your container igloo and prevent any damage or deterioration. Read on and feel free to contact us to see how we can help with your project.

Regularly Inspect Container Covers 

The Australian made PE fabric cover is the most exposed part of your structure, so it is more likely to show indications of wear and tear over time. You should ensure that the cover is properly tensioned and secured, and that there are no tears or holes that may compromise its integrity. If you notice any signs of damage, it is best practice to contact us and order a replacement cover. We have a range of container covers to suit your needs and preferences. 

Keep an Eye on Nuts and Screws

Check the nuts and screws that hold your structure together. These may become loose or missing due to vibration, movement or weather conditions. You should tighten any loose nuts or screws and replace any missing ones as soon as possible. This will ensure that your structure is stable, sturdy and can withstand strong winds and loads.

Examine the Steel Frame of Your Structure Periodically

The steel frame is the backbone of your container igloo and it may get damaged by impact, corrosion or fatigue. You should look for any signs of bending, cracking or rusting on the frame, and immediately report any issues to us. We can help you repair or replace the damaged parts of the frame, restoring your structure to its original condition.

Check the Steel Frame 

Keep a lookout for signs of damage to the steel frame of your structure. Make sure it isn’t compromised in any way, such as cracked welds. Some areas might be prone to moisture and result in surface rust, which can be damaging to the structure.

Monitor the Sail Track

The sail track is the part of igloo sheds that attach the cover to the frame. It may get misaligned or become loose over time. You should ensure that the sail track is in the correct position and that no screws have broken loose from it. Keeping it tight and smooth will prevent the cover from sagging or flapping.

For all your igloo container and cover needs, trust Ezy Igloo. Find the best price on an Australian quality product today by contacting us online or calling 1300 399 445.