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Pole Tents

A tension style tent that is supported by a number of perimeter poles and center poles. It relies on the tension of the vinyl fabric roof for its structural integrity. Pole tents are staked into grass or asphalt and cannot be weighted. Pole tents are easier to set up than frame tents making them a more economical choice comparatively. Center poles can be draped and tent liners can be added to make for an elegant look.

  • Pole tents are available in the following widths: 20’ | 30’ | 40’ | 60’ and can span in length over 200'

  • Installed anywhere where staking is possible and ground surface is level

  • Aesthetically pleasing due to the high peaks

  • When measuring, be sure to account for an additional 5' around the outside perimeter of your tent for stakes and tension.

  • Ask about additional sizing options.

Frame Tents

​Frame tents are free standing without center poles to maximize square footage. They can go on grass, asphalt, concrete, staging, even, decks and swimming pools. The labor involved is greater than the installation of a pole tent. Frame legs can be draped and tent liners can be added to make for an elegant look.

  • Frame tents are available in the following widths: 10’ | 15’ | 20’ | 30’ | 40’ and can span in length over 150'

  • Can be installed on multiple surfaces directly beside a building or home

  • More flexibility with your layout and floor plan

  • Can be weighted with cement ballasts to safely secure the tent if staking is not an option. Due to costs, tent weighting is a good option only if you absolutely can not stake the tent.

  • Ask about additional sizing options.