Quality Aircraft Hangars Since 1957

  • Over 12,000 Hangars Units in US & Canada
  • Fully-Integrated Hangar and Door Systems
  • Pre-Engineered and Custom Designs
  • Extensive Use of Galvanized Components
  • Factory-Direct On-Site Service
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About Us

Founded by Civil Engineer and pilot, Robert Weinland, Fulfab began manufacturing steel storage buildings for local businesses from his Canton, OH garage in 1957. An avid flyer, Weinland started designing hangars and doors to house general aviation aircraft like his Piper Twin Comanche.

Over 65 years and three generations later, Fulfab has supplied over 12,000 hangar units to general aviation facilities in 44 States and Canada. Our customers include publically and privately held airports, fixed based operators and flying clubs, general contractors, developers and individual pilots.

Fulfab works exclusively in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft hangars for the general aviation community. We employ a group of respected professionals that work closely with our customers to provide a high-quality, durable, affordable, American-made line of hangars to pilots nationwide.

View our complete line of Full and Standard Nested T-Hangars and Clear Span Hangars equipped with either our own Bifold or Sliding Doors. Our all-steel hangars are manufactured in a range of sizes with many standard and custom features available to suit your needs.

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Find out why so many have found Fulfab to be the best, most responsive solution for their hangar needs.

Hangar Systems

The most popular Full-Nested “T” configuration results in a wider and shorter building than the Standard Nested “T”. These models optimize available ground space and minimize site and taxiway costs.
The Standard Nested “T” configuration is a narrower, longer building than the Full Nested “T”. These models are often used on sites with existing taxiways and in situations where building depths are restricted.
Our Clear Span series of rectangular hangars utilize an open web joist roof structure, resulting in a larger, column free floor plan. These units provide approximately 1/3 more floor space than typical “T” Hangar units.