What To Look For When Buying Event Tents

What To Look For When Buying Event Tents

What To Look For When Buying Event Tents

Shopping for event tents can be a fun experience. With different sizes, color options, and features, the possibilities seem endless. But this all comes with the assumption that you’re getting a high-quality tent. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.

Depending on a few key factors such as manufacturer and purpose, your event tent could end up being a costly mistake. Here at Next Level Signs, we hate to see that. In fact, we’d rather you get a high-quality tent even if it’s not from us than suffer through dealing with a low-quality tent. So to get you prepared, we’ve created a few key tips you should look for buying your event tent.

Custom Event Tent Tips

When shopping for a custom event tents there are a few things you should look for:

  • Fabric thickness – Thin fabrics tear. Most tents are polyester because they are lightweight, but they still need to be at least 300-denier thick.
  • Don’t neglect the poles – Event tents are much bigger than camping tents. They have a lot more weight to support. If they look pretty close to the poles in your camping tent at home, take a hard pass.
  • Scour over reviews – Good reviews are one of the easiest ways to find out the quality of an item. Be aware of fake reviews though. They’re typically easy to spot and should be taken with a grain of salt.

Why Custom Pop Up Tents Help With Event Marketing

With a new, custom pop up tent, you’re ready for your next event. Event tents are a simple way to provide shelter for guests or clients and at the same time promote your company logo or name. Lightweight, yet sturdy canopy event tents can be used for a variety of different purposes, from displaying products or promotional literature, to an area reserved for serving food or drink.

Quality tents can last a long time. Use these tips to ensure you get one that’ll last.

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