Here at Shelter Solutions we provide the very best Bus Shelters at the lowest cost. From our Parish Bus Shelters where a small Parish or Town Council where they have very limited budgets our bus shelters are made from 100% aluminium profiles so they will never rust to prestigious locations, where larger steel Bus Shelters maybe required.
Look below at a small selection of fine Bus Shelters. We are pleased to be the main providers of Bus Shelters to Suffolk County Council and even export all the Bus Shelters to the Ireland of Jersey you can be confident you will be buying from a reliable long established company.
As part of our efforts to achieve excellence your Bus Shelter will be fitted by the same team that manufactured it, those the workforce take unparalleled pride in your purchase. We also provide a free 15 year guarantee T&C apply.
We would be happy to visit the location(s) to help you chose the size and style best suited for your location, so please give us a quick ring and take advantage of of our free site survey service.
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Bespoke Bus SheltersPrice On Application + VAT
Trend Bus SheltersPrice On Application + VAT
Suffolk PitchedPrice On Application + VAT
Lancashire Dome Bus SheltersPrice On Application + VAT
Mersey FlatPrice On Application + VAT
RTI RangePrice On Application + VAT
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
They start at £1,054, that’s for a very nice 2Bay (2.0m x 1.3m) or 6 foot 5 Inch x 4 foot 2 inch; back and roof. You can have any style of roof, Domed which we call our Lancashire Dome. A pitched roof, our Suffolk Pitched or a flat roof, our Mersey Flat. You can of course add end panels to increase the weather protection and even a peach seat but that is the starting price.
No, you need special Streetworks Certificates in order to work on the highways, that’s why Shelter-Solutions will always quote with delivery and installation, average cost between £500 to £800 plus vat depending upon your location and work involved.
You should therefore avoid any direct sales companies who sell you a Bus Shelter saying they will provide assembly details, you simply cannot work on the side of the road without the correct certification.
Bus shelters used to be made from mild steel, in fact some companies still manufacture them in steel but they do rust and they are very and high maintenance; they need rubbing down and re painting with rust protection after 5 years or less in exposed conditions.
Here at Shelter-Solutions we make all our Bus Shelters out of aluminium profiles so there is never an issue with rust, in fact we are happy to guarantee them for 15 years against rust.
There is little or no maintenance, a wash down once a year with warm soapy water and they will stay looking as good as new.
As aluminium is a much lighter material the fitting cost are far cheaper. In the event one is damaged by a vehicle the repair costs are much cheaper and they cause less damage to the ground-works.
We always recommend 6mm TSG (Toughened Safety Glass) but you can have 4mm Polycarbonate at the same price. However, in our opinion TSG is much better. Polycarbonate always goes milky and scratches so easily, it even shows marks which will never come out if your stick notices on the polycarbonate, whereas glass is easy to clean, does not scratch and stays cleaner looking.
The roofs are glazed with 4mm tinted UV stable polycarbonate.
No, we could provide you with a vandal proof Bus Shelter but the ongoing cost can be expensive, after-all the man sat on top with a tommy gun can be expensive!
However, vandal resistant bus shelters are not a problem. We would use perforated aluminium panels in place of the polycarbonate or TSG and aluminium cladding on the roof in place of the 4mm tinted polycarbonate.
Naturally it depends on the location and what if any ‘extra’ work is required, but normally between £500 – £800 plus vat.
Yes Solar Panels are not a problem; as Solar Panels vary so much in price we would be happy to discuss this with you. Whichever Solar Panel System you prefer we buy them on your behalf and don’t even add a percentage on. There is not even a fitting cost if ordered with the shelter.
Bus Shelters made from mild steel may last 10 years, but we have found speaking to clients who purchased them in the past that they need to re paint them after say 5 years; whereas aluminium Bus Shelters will last more than 20 years, and yet they generally cost less!