Choosing the Best Marquee Hire For Your Event

With a variety of marquee hire, most common is the aluminum frame marquee. This type of marquee is the most favored because its smart design allows the most amount of flexibility of use of the space within it. By not having a support pole positioned in the middle of the tent, framed marquees allow you to layout your event without being restricted by internal vertical poles.

Most traditional pole marquees are made of canvas supported by poles. The guy ropes are then attached to the soft ground. This requirement for the marquee to be fastened to the ground, to maintain its stability, is one of the main limitations with pole marquees.

Modern frame marquee design allows them to be positioned on car park areas, on a beach and or even on the deck of a barge. Because they rely on a rigid aluminum frame to hold the tent structure together, frame marquees can easily be positioned on hard or soft surfaces. And have the added benefit of not having support poles getting in the way of your choice of event layout inside the tent.

This versatility allows frame marquees to be able to be located over garden ponds, swimming pools, trees & shrubs and flower beds. This allows for a more visually exciting and interactive event area. Frame marquees are also a lot more stable than traditional pole marquees and have a longer shelf life, which is especially beneficial for marquee hire.

Frame marquees are advantageous in that they can easily be erected against a wall, using it as a wall for the marquee. This is ideal for garden parties and wedding receptions, where the back entrance to a house can be used. This allows the hosts of the party to utilize areas of their house and the marquee area for their event. You should always consult your marquee hire company to ensure the best possible solution.

Whereas pole marquees are for the most part made from canvas, frame marquees made of polythene material. These modern materials benefit from being stronger and much easier to maintain and clean.

High peak tents are for the most part the same in design as frame marquees, apart from having a ‘floating’ pole, which is attached in place off the ground by cables that run across the tent above head height.

High peak marquees have the look of pole marquees and the structural advantages of frame marquees. They can be mounted easily as they have fewer parts and can be joined for larger events easily.

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