Apex Shelter Systems Ltd manufactures a wide range of quality shelters and associated street furniture at affordable prices. Our team has over 20 years experience in the design, manufacture and installation of street furniture. Risk assessments and method statements are carried out in accordance with CDM regulations.
All Apex Shelters bike shelters and canopies are supplied in kit form with comprehensive installation instructions. The shelters have been designed with ease of assembly in mind, however, we can provide a full cost for the manufacture and installation, including all ground works if required? We also offer a free of charge nationwide survey to assess the site and offer expert advice on the most suitable product for the application. All site personnel are CRB Checked.
The standard range of products that we offer is:
- Smoking Shelters
- Cycle Shelters/Bike Sheds
- Entrance Canopies and Walkways
- Youth Shelters
- Street Furniture
- Pram Shelters
- Waiting and Pedestrian Shelters
- Outdoor Classrooms
- Boot and Shoe Cleaners
- Mobility Scooter Shelters
- Cycle Racks and Scooter Racks
As well as the standard range of products, Apex shelters goods can be custom made to suit a specific site or requirement.
If necessary, where planning permission is required, a qualified architect will facilitate the application on your behalf. Costs for this service will vary for each project.
Apex Shelters goods are designed to meet the structural integrity standard BS 5950-1990 (Structural use of Steelwork in Building Part 1).
Goods and Installations are guaranteed for 12 months parts and labour.
Apex Shelter Systems Ltd are CHAS and Constructionline approved.
Company Registration Number: 6445710
Company VAT Registration Number: 886 1905 84
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“We are so confident that our prices are competitive we will guarantee to beat any genuine like for like quotation – based on the same specification of materials used and manufactured within the UK.”