Outdoor School Shelter in Wrexham
Posted on 10/03/2017
When a construction company contacted A&S Landscape to add some outdoor shelter at Gwenfro Community Primary School we had it covered.
Project – Motiva Cantilever provides outdoor shelter at Gwenfro Community Primary School
Product – Motiva Cantilever
Requirement – Did you know it rains an average of 30% of the days each year?
With less of that rain falling in the Summer, when schools aren’t open anyway, that means well over a third of term time school days are likely to get a little wet.
Ok, it might not surprise you that there is so much rain, but what is important is to recognise is the way we behave when it DOES rain. We stay indoors.
So let’s look at those numbers again. Roughly a third of the term time days each year have little to no time spent outdoors. That starts to paint a pretty interesting picture.
However, there is a really simple solution. All we ever need to do is to add a little outdoor school shelter so that students can duck out of the rain whilst still getting to spend some more time outside.
So when a construction company contacted A&S Landscape to add some outdoor shelter at Gwenfro Community Primary School in Wrexham, we had it covered.
Solution – Working in partnership we added two Motiva Cantilever canopies at 19500mm x 3500mm and 6500mm x 3500mm. Both were finished in a grey steelwork (RAL 7004) with matching Dura-Coat™ paint on Alu-Tuff™ box profile guttering and downpipes. Both shelters look smart and professional whilst offering a large sheltered area that provides protection from the elements.
Result – The result is that 30% of the year doesn’t need to sound so extreme anymore. With an effective and attractive outdoor shelter, Gwenfro Community Primary School are ready for anything.
Find Out More – Rain is coming! How depressing. However, that doesn’t mean you need to be beaten by it. With a range of outdoor shelters for schools, A&S Landscape has it covered.
Take a look here at a gallery of finished projects and if you have any questions, get in touch!