What Is The Importance Of Party Tent Rentals?
A Grand Event Party Rentals provides the very best tents for weddings, constructing beautiful wedding tents using only professional quality American engineered and manufactured wedding tent structures. We can make the best of all the natural features to create a truly stylish and elegant space for your big day and evening entertainment.
When it comes to layout, you can thrill your guests with a tent complex as opposed to just a single structure. We offer flat white linings for a fresh and contemporary look as well as a variety of lighting options such as Chinese lanterns, string lighting, and spot lighting. Our dance floors come in standard polished antique parquet or black and white. For the very best tents for weddings, A Grand Event is the natural choice, because “We Bring The Party To You!”
So, whatever the size, complexity and nature of your event, however formal or rustic you want it to be, you can rely on three things: superb quality tents and equipment, professional service – and all at an affordable price. Tent fabric may be made of many materials including cotton (canvas), nylon, felt and polyester. Cotton absorbs water, so it can become very heavy when wet, but the associated swelling tends to block any minute holes so that wet cotton is more waterproof than dry cotton.
Cotton tents were often treated with paraffin to enhance water resistance. Nylon and polyester are much lighter than cotton and do not absorb much water; with suitable coatings they can be very waterproof, but they tend to deteriorate over time due to a slow chemical breakdown caused by ultraviolet light. The most common treatments to make fabric waterproof are silicone impregnation or polyurethane coating. Since stitching makes tiny holes in a fabric seams are often sealed or taped to block these holes and maintain waterproofness, though in practice a carefully sewn seam can be waterproof.
Rain resistance is measured and expressed as hydrostatic head in millimetres (mm). This indicates the pressure of water needed to penetrate a fabric. Heavy or wind-driven rain has a higher pressure than light rain. Standing on a groundsheet increases the pressure on any water underneath. Fabric with a hydrostatic head rating of 1000 mm or less is best regarded as shower resistant, with 1500 mm being usually suitable for summer camping. Tents for year-round use generally have at least 2000 mm; expedition tents intended for extreme conditions are often rated at 3000 mm. Where quoted, groundsheets may be rated for 5000 mm or more.