By Anne from Bonaire, GA on November 23, 2012
Are any of these tents waterproof?
By Tommy H. on November 26, 2012
Our Vitabri brand canopies are indeed waterproof. You can browse our entire selection by clicking here
By Ruth from Aurora, CO on February 9, 2013
Which is the easiest tent to put up? Can one person do it by themselves?
By Tommy H. on February 11, 2013
That would be instant canopies. They are also known as pop-up canopies. In most cases the smaller sizes like 10x10 can be put up by one person very quickly if they have had practice and know how the product works.
I would recommend having help for the first few set-ups until you are familiar with how the moving parts function and lock in place. It often helps to practice before your event.
You can see our selection of Instant Canopies by clicking here.
By Bev from Livingston, NJ on March 17, 2013
What extras come with the E-Z Up 10x10? And, when folded, what is the size and weight of this unit and does it have wheels?
By Dawn H. on March 18, 2013
Answer:The accessories for the EZ-UP may be found on the "accessories" tab on the main item page. They include the awning, the side walls and the roller bag. The canopy weighs 64 pounds and folds down to 63 inches. The roller bag does have wheels.
By Joseph from Mountain City, TN on August 4, 2013
Are any of your canopies fire resistant?
By Magan B. on August 5, 2013
Answer:The majority of our canopies are fire resistant. The fire rating for each item will be listed under the features on the individual item page. Please click on the canopy of interest to you, and find the required information in the features section.
By Anne from Florida on October 21, 2013
Do you have the mesh side panels for the EZ UP 10 x 10 tent in white that allows you to hang art?
By Emily on October 22, 2013
By Jason from Naugatuck, CT on March 25, 2014
My mother is an artist, but she's getting a bit older... She has a 10 year old 10X10 ez-up with sides, canopy now, that works great. However, it's a bit cumbersome, and she cannot put it up by herself, as it's a bit challenging. The sides are also difficult to secure. What would you recommend as a suitable replacement?
By Dawn H. on March 25, 2014
By Jeanne from Melbourne, FL on April 11, 2014
I currently own an EZ-up brand tent that I have used for years, but it requires a second person in order to set it up. I have seen other vendors with "one touch" canopies where only one person is needed for the tent to be set up. Do you have any like that?
By Brennan W. on April 11, 2014
Answer:We suggest that two people set up even our easiest to use canopies. However, with practice, the EZ-UP can be erected by one person.
By Valerie from Fayetteville, NC on March 2, 2014
I am looking for a good craft fair tent. I would like for the side to roll up and tie. Can you offer a suggestion?
By Emily on March 3, 2014
By Charles from Washington, D.C. on April 15, 2014
I am looking to buy an art show tent that will last five+ years. Quality is more important than price. I need four sides and would like an awning. Waterproof/ resistant would be great as well.
By Dawn H. on April 15, 2014
By Beth from Winchendon, MA on May 25, 2014
I see about 4 similar 10X10 display tents.What are the differences between the tents?
I am a body work practitioner and go to shows. Which tent would best fit my needs?
By Collin C. on May 27, 2014
Answer:The primary differences between the 10 x 10 show tents is the weight and material of the frame, the density of the top material, and the intended use for the tent.
What works best for you will depend on how you answer the following questions: How often do you participate in shows? Also, will you be setting up and moving the tent on your own or will you likely have assistance?
By Annabelle from Ontario, Canada on June 2, 2014
I am an artist considering doing art in the parks. All my work is framed, so will have to purchase wire racks to hang my work on. I have no idea how to incorporate the racks into the tents. Do you also sell these racks? Which tent do you recommend as the best quality for my purposes? I would prefer a good quality thicker material to protect against wind and rain.
By Chris C. on June 3, 2014
The wire racks are indeed the easiest and most popular way to display framed artwork within your canopy, but we do not sell these wire racks. A good middle grade unit would be our Caravan 10 x 10 Classic Commercial Grade Canopy
, but the top is water resistant at best. Most of the mid-grade units around this price range are also only going to be water resistant. For a popup style canopy that is 100% waterproof, we only have one manufacturer. The Vitabri V3 10 x 10
utilizes a commercial strength aluminum frame with stainless steel hardware, as well as a 1000 denier vinyl top making it truly waterproof.
By Edward from Slips Viejo, CA on July 24, 2014
I need a 10 x 20 for an outdoor trade show. Which is your most durable tent? I don't need sides, just sturdy poles and a great top. Can you help me?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on July 24, 2014
By Earl from Tyler, TX on August 30, 2014
I need a craft show type tent that can be totally enclosed to be almost dark for photo work. What would you suggest?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 2, 2014
By Andrea from Covington, LA on September 23, 2014
I attended an art show and saw an artist with a caravan aluminum tent and they had sides that attached like a shower curtain and pulled back. When pulled back they looked like curtains on each pole. Is that how the caravan sides work?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 24, 2014
No, the Caravan side walls do not work this way. We do have the UnderCover 10x10 R-2 Aluminum Frame Instant Canopy with CRS Enclosure
that does have these type of walls.
The walls are mounted on a rail system. You can view the first product manual on the item page that will show you how these mount. This type of wall system is becoming very popular.