Diamond provides tents as simple as a 10 foot by 10 foot frame canopy, and as complex as a structure covering a football field. Each tent is a kind of “construction project,” requiring knowledge expertise about how to build and install the tent. The labor required to accomplish this is typically the largest factor in the cost of the tent.

The types of tents available include "frame canopies", a framework of aluminum pipes with a vinyl fabric covering. These canopies can be built in 10-foot increments of length and width. The tops can be either traditional tops, with a minimalist aesthetic, or “festival” tops with a curve shape, typically topped by a small flag. Some frame canopies are built modularly, so you can have clear roof panels or solid panels, and easily add sections. Some of these tents can include a “snow kit” which allows them to be used in winter conditions.

Tenting solutions can also include “tension” tents that are held in place by stakes and supported by tent poles. These tents are frequently used for shorter duration events. They are not as resilient to winds and weather. They come in widths up to 100 feet, and lengths can be extended through tops that are laced together. Twin pole tents are an iconic look that is often used for weddings.

Clear-span structures come in a wide variety of sizes. They are typically sized in metric increments, with 3-12 meter sizes being the “smaller” options and 15-50 meter being the“larger” options. These structures are entirely modular and are often best suited for longer-term rentals and installations on top of engineered flooring systems.

Tents are basically mini construction projects. Our team is very experienced in dealing with all the issues that can arise. Planning ahead ahead is crucial, there can be permitting requirements, Blue Stakes, etc. Call us early in the planning process so we can easily handle and issues that may arise.  


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