*Tent Accessories not included
Everything you need to know about tents... and a little more!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a Rope and Pole and a High Peak Tent?
A high peak tent is a rope and pole tent but it has very high peaks at the center poles to give it a little pizzazz!
What is the difference between a Rope and Pole and a Frame Tent?
Rope and Pole tents have center poles that may obstruct your view. Frame tents do not have center poles and are used frequently for wedding events that require an open view.
How much space do we need?
Rope and Pole tents require an additional 14 feet to stake the tent (7' on each side) so make sure you take this into consideration when determining the size needed.
What kind of walls do you have?
We have solid walls, window walls, and clear side walls. We also have doors - just ask!
How do you secure the tents?
Depending on the surface, we stake into the ground or use concrete blocks to secure the tent. When necessary, we can even stake into asphalt - we drill a hole then patch it when we remove the tent.
What are the sizes of your tents?
We can accommodate the smallest event in a 10 x 10 or go as large as a
60 x 230. Larger tents are available as well as structure tents, so be sure to call and ask for more information!
What about climate control?
To help control the tent climate, we have fans, misters, port-a-cools, and temperature controlled heating.
What kind of lighting do you have?
We have perimeter, bistro and christmas lighting as well as chandeliers! Let us help you create the look you want.
Do you have clear top tents?
Yes we do! Our frame tents also have clear tops to make your event go from excellent to extravagent!
Can you cover the poles to make it look better?
Absolutely! We have a full range of accessories to meet your needs.
What can you do if we have a pool in our backyard?
Glad you asked! We have special braces that we use to create an entire flooring area over your pool. You can choose to cover it with plywood, staging, a dancefloor or keep it clear with Plexiglass!