PLEASE NOTE: All tents are meant as temporary shelter and must be evacuated under extreme weather conditions. Tents are NOT guaranteed, 100% waterproof.
After the proper tent size and style (frame tent vs. a pole tent) has been determined, choose a desirable location for tent.
- The minimum area required for a pole tent is 8′ in length and width more than the actual tent size. This allows enough room around all sides for stakes. (Example: A 40′ x 60′ POLE tent requires a minimum of 48′ x 68′)
- The minimum area required for a FRAME tent is approximately 1’ around the perimeter when staking and 6’ around the perimeter when using water barrels.
Visually check the specified area for any and all overhead obstructions that could possibly be in the area of the erected tent top.
- This includes tree limbs, branches, basketball rims, power lines, etc.
- Our 30 wide pole tents are 18′ high, 40 wide are 21’high, and 50 wide and 60 wide are 24′ high.
It is the renter’s responsibility to locate all possible underground utilities that could be located in or around specified area
- Utilities could include, but not limited to water, gas, electric, telephone, sewage, etc.
- If any utilities lay underground of the specified area, THEY MUST BE MARKED.
- If you have any doubts or questions about any underground utilities, contact us and we will contact PA ONE to do a site check on your property.
Surface is also an important issue in determining the proper type of anchor. Listed below are the 3 main types of surface conditions and the standard methods of anchoring,
- Grass: Staked
- Asphalt: Staked or Weighted
(Secret filler available to patch holes)
- Concrete : Concrete Anchors or Weighted