Friday, September 7, 2012

The Low Down On Party Tent Structures

When you are planning an outdoor celebration of any kind, the party tent is always considered a major part of planning. This should not be to say that fun cannot be had without one, just that sometimes, weather conditions cause unnecessary bother. This is why this outdoors shelters have been specifically designed to counter rain, wind, sun and more.
There are many different types of party tent structures that you may choose from. This decision should be determined by the type of celebration you wish to host and the weather that has been predicted. Make sure you are aware of the different purchasing options before going ahead with the event.
A primary question when it comes to the shelter being used is the support. Each tent structure varies enormously. This helps with the final decision. Though it seems simple, picking out a specific model is more complicated than you might think.
One of the simplest choices is a frame design. This is a popular choice thanks to the ease in which it can be set up. Although this is true, the size of the frame structure is usually quite limited. This is why consumers who are holding a big party refrain.
If you are in need of a bit of flexibility when it comes to size, it is suggested that you opt for the pole structure. Pole models will always vary in size, from very small to huge. Some people tend not to go for these kind of tents, due to the fact that it will always contain a large, supportive pole going down the center of the space.
The impressive level of variety in party tent structure proves that these models are made with a specific purpose in mind. Each party tent is designed with the customer's requirements in mind. At the same time, each will carry its own advantages and disadvantages, which will usually help you decide.

Key Points To Party Tent Structures:

  1. Make sure pole diameter is wide
  2. It helps to have a fire retardant party tent top, one that is CPAI - 84
  3. Make sure that you measure the area  you will be using for the tent.
  4. If the tent will be in a windy area, use mesh side walls and foot pads to hold firm in place.

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