FST High Tunnels
High Tunnel structures are the cornerstone of our company. We have worked with the industry's leading engineers and agriculturalists to create the highest quality structures available. We offer a variety of sizes, designs, ventilation options, and movable systems to suit your needs and budget. We offer personal and comfortable customer service, so please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or for general assistance in determining which system is right for you.
Four Season Tools is leading the industry with movable buildings in agriculture. With our innovative V-Track and Pipe Skid movable systems extended harvests, improved soils, and increased profits can all be yours. Follow the links at the top of this page to learn more about the different movable systems offered by Four Season Tools.
What Makes FST Structures Different
High tunnels are our primary focus. We have worked with leaders in the industry to create products that are designed around quality and flexibility, rather than price. Our company not only consists of individuals who design and create season extension technologies, but also of those who use these technologies. As a result, we are able to provide expertise of engineers and farmers to maximize the potential of your high tunnel.
- Gothic Style Frame - Allows greater sidewall height without extreme peak height
- 2-3/8" OD Pipe - Galvanized on inside and outside for strength and longevity
- Tunnels Over-Engineered - Strength and quality are key
- Built Around Movable Systems - Bracing, anchoring, design, and installation are all focused on mobility
- Customizeable - Various size, endwall, ventilation, and material options
We make an effort to support sustainable businesses through our own business practices. The majority of the steel is American-made and is hand-bent in Missouri. We are vendors for several local businesses, providing Midwestern products and services. We strive to provide high-quality products with a limited environmental impact.
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