Spring is almost here and the party marquee rental months are almost here. While rental companies are gearing up for your season, tent renters start to plan their events. When renting a tent with an event there are many factors in choosing a layout of tent for several event like graduations weddings and picnics.
Of many types of tents from which to choose, I provides you with information from the four most popular.
Let us start with the most common as well as the oldest on the tent rental industry the pole tent. A pole tent requires a couple of poles arranged under the vinyl the top to the keep the structure. The pole tent top is tensioned within the poles and attached to anchoring devices at tensioning points throughout the pole tent tops perimeter. The pole tent top is anchored on the surface generally using stakes. On smaller tents it is also simple to anchor the tents using weights. Many rental companies offers 2 kinds of anchoring systems for the pole tent tops: traditional rope and our ratchet buckle system.
The second event tent I’ll discuss relates to the pole tent but is made for a much more elegant look. This tent is known as an optimum tent. The height tent resembles a traditional pole tent apart from a taller center pole utilized to generate our prime peaks. The top peak tent features a high slope with stylish peaks, smooth curves and a modern profile which will add elegance to any venue.
We will now move on to frame tents. A traditional frame tent’s frame is assembled with aluminum or steel tubing joined together with connection fittings that support the fabric top. The rigid framework allows the tent to be freestanding. *However, a frame tent will require some type of anchoring system, such as ropes, ratchets, or cables, to hold it in place. Frame tents are popular for events that require smaller tents. Frame tents require no center poles or center supports, giving the optimum amount of space available.
Our next frame tent I will discuss is a gable frame tent. A gable end frame tent is assembled with aluminum or steel tubing joined together with connection fittings that supports the fabric top. The gable end frame tent differs from the standard frame tent in the appearance of the ends of the tent. The gable end frame tent has a double sloping roof which forms a triangular section (gable) at each end of the pitched roof. The rigid framework allows the tent to be freestanding. A gable frame tent will require some type of anchoring system, such as ropes, ratchets, or cables, to hold it in place. Gable frame tents are popular for events that require an entrance way connected to another tent, or if the peak height is desired for the entire length of the tent. Gable tents can butt up against existing structures with minimal water penetration. Gable frame tents require no center poles, giving the optimum amount of space available. All fittings and poles are interchangeable (excluding corners) with Classic Frame Tent Systems.
For a visual representation of these tents I found this very useful site liri-structures.com.com
I hope this knowledge I provided will help you in your future tent rental needs