If having an outdoor event, you should have a party tent. All you need to do is visit the local party tent rentals and place your order. To get the right tent you need to do a number of things when renting:
Work with an experienced rental company
This is a no-brainer. You need to work with an experienced professional to have an easy time. Since the company has been around for a long time, it most likely has the best tents. The technicians might also guide you in choosing the right tent if you aren’t sure of the right one to go for.
When looking for tents, go for the rental companies that have been in business for at least 10 years. If they have been able to survive this long, they might be doing something right and they are the right people to work with.
Enquire about the age of the tent
When you are in the rental store, you shouldn’t simply rent the first tent that you see—you should enquire more about it. One of the things you should know is the age of the tent. Just like anything else, an old tent looks old and ugly. It also tends to get torn easily and you might have to repair it.
To be on the safe side, hire a tent that is no more than 5 years old as it might not give you the service that you deserve.
In addition to the age of the tent, you also should know whether the party tent will be clean when renting it. While this might sound like a very basic thing, you will be surprised by the number of companies that rent dirty party tents. When you receive the tent and you don’t have time to clean it, you end up giving your party an ugly look.
To avoid surprises, you should enquire from the party rentals whether they will supply you with the tent while its clean. As rule of thumb, choose a company that provides you with clean tents.
Since you will be renting the tent, you need to pay for it. Most rental companies will require you to make a deposit then clear the balance at a later date. If you have worked with the party supplies company before you can pay the amount in whole, but if you aren’t familiar with the company, hold onto a portion of the amount and clear it after the event.