Frame tents are freestanding structures made from aluminum pipes that support the tent fabric. Frame tents generally cover areas of up to 40 feet wide and 100 plus feet in length.
They are the perfect alternative to pole tents where opportunities for placing stakes in the ground are limited, or where raising a center pole is either undesirable or not feasible.
Pole tents come in various sizes and can cover impressive surface areas ranging from 20 feet by 20 feet up to 100 feet in width by 300 plus feet in length. Their ability to cover a lot of terrain efficiently makes them ideal for large events like weddings, festivals, auctions, etc.
Pole tents require staking to the ground and have set poles placed under the top. The structure is held upright by tensioning the top over the poles and securing it firmly to the ground using ratchets, ropes, and stakes. While usually placed on grass, they can also be raised on concrete or asphalt.
Marquee tents are walkway canopies. They can be used as stand-alone 9’x10 units or can be joined together to cover any required length.
They are traditionally used to make entrance-ways, waterproof coverings from house tent or to span long walkway areas to the main event site. They can also be used to join several party tents or to connect a tent to another structure.
Tent liners are ideal for formal weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs as well as high profile functions. Liners can be added to any tent to embellish the interior and create a truly glamorous look.
Although they are generally used to decorate the ceiling, they can be also be wrapped around poles or used as drapes for decorative purposes. With the right type of ambient lighting, and a few garlands of rope light, tent liners create a unique atmosphere that is sure to dazzle your guests.
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