Aircraft Hangars Designed To Stand Up To The Montana Weather

 
 
   
 

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The Environment Won’t Faze Your Bozeman Hangar
Protecting your aircraft year-round in Bozeman requires a structure that can withstand heavy winter weather with substantial snow loads, as well as summer temperatures that can be a problem for sensitive – and crucial – aircraft avionics equipment. Your Bozeman Hangar is designed to withstand those extremes for many long years, and to do it at a low annual cost of operation, with features that maximize operating efficiency, such as radiant floor heat to conserve energy.

Structural Insulated Panels Are The Key
Known in the industry as SIPs, these panels combine outstanding structural integrity and strength with insulation values that have been shown to be nearly 50 percent higher than those of conventional stud-wall construction with insulation batting. That’s because the insulation in SIPs is an integral part of the panel. Bozeman Hangars' exterior walls and roofs are built with SIPs to create a structural shell that is virtually air tight, and exceedingly strong and durable. Structures built with SIPs have been documented to withstand environmental extremes, including tornados and even a 7.2-magnitude earthquake.

HydroSwing™ Door Is The Ultimate In Weather Tightness And Ease Of Use
Opening your hangar is easy and convenient with this one-piece, hydraulically-operated door that is the new standard of quality, simplicity, and low-maintenance operation. The HydroSwing™ door gives more headroom than bi-fold doors, has fewer moving parts, and is more cost effective to maintain. See the construction details page for more information.

Finished To Your Personal Tastes And Desires
You can have your Bozeman Hangar finished however you like, from spartan and basic to filled with creature comforts. The choice is yours, and whatever you choose, the bottom line will always be top-of-the-line protection for your aircraft.