Frame Tents for Sale
When you need to make the most of your space, you need a frame tent. Frame tents provide unobstructed square footage and can be ballasted to suit almost any surface. That makes them ideal for concrete, asphalt, and other terrains where stakes won’t work. Not seeing the right size in our catalog? We can customize our frame tents to fit your specific specifications.
Along with fast, fully-customized service, Frame tents for sale is also 100% dedicated to creating the best quality tents for sale. Frame Tents uses the highest quality materials to ensure your frame tent will withstand wear and tear, harsh weather conditions, and more. Our tents are built with stainless steel parts that remain sturdy and rust-free use after use, as well as fire resistant and waterproof vinyl to ensure the safety and comfort of your guests. Each seam and zipper is enforced with extra vinyl, ensuring your tent is completely waterproof. With Frame Tents, we will ensure your event tent will work perfectly for your event, hold up use after use, and look great doing it.
Frequently Asked Questions about Frame Tents
Frame tents have a roof like structure built with tent poles that holds up the tent top. These are the preferable tents for long term installations as they have a higher wind tolerance. Frame tents do not have any poles in the center of the tent freeing up square footage for unobstructed layouts.
Frame tents are the preferred tent for long-term installations or windier climates as they are incredibly sturdy. They can be used on grass or asphalt surfaces with stakes drilled into the ground to ensure their stability.
You should use a frame tents for more extended periods, such as a few days or a week. The robust structures can withstand a range of weather conditions, making them perfect for unpredictable weather too! Use a frame tent when you want to add solid flooring too.
Frame tents for sale is the classic, triangular tent that looks like an 'A' with a rectangular floor, hence the 'A-Frame'. Frame tents that you buy in stores are usually double-skin tents. There is one skin that goes over the frame and protects the tent from the elements. The inner skin has a window or extra air vents.
How long it takes to put up a frame tent depends on a lot of factors: First, your crew. Are they experienced pros? Or maybe this is their first time putting up a tent. Experience makes tent set up faster, but learning how isn't hard. Second, you may consider having more tools at your disposal. A frame jack can take the place of some crew members and make tent set up easier for the ones who are there. Third, consider the size of the tent and where it is being set up on. A 10 x 10 inside takes less time to set up than a 40 x 100 on grass. Generally speaking, setting up a frame tent can take anywhere from an hour to three hours, but the above factors play an important role in determining this.
Frame tents can go just about anywhere! Yes, frame tents can be installed on asphalt and concrete. Always remember that staking is the best way to secure your tent. If that’s not possible--for instance, if you cannot stake through the concrete--be sure to use a trusted ballasting system.
We make custom frame tents for all kinds of events. We are here to make sure you have just the right tent for your needs. And if we have to make that tent customized especially for you, we are pleased to do it. Contact us to start building the frame tents of your dreams today.
You won’t have to worry about frame tents leaking when it rains, thanks to a number of factors. The first is that our seams are welded, not sewn. That means there are no needle holes for rain to get through. We also have flaps over areas that are laced, so at every point, the occupants of your tent are protected by pvc that is 100% waterproof.