By Randy from TX on March 11, 2014
Are your commercial tents fire proof or fire-retardant and inspected by CAPI-84 certification?
By Collin C. on March 12, 2014
Answer:Most of our large commercial canopies are tested and certified to be flame resistant under the NFPA-701 guidelines. If you are looking for a certain size of tent, I will be happy to check to see if there is a model that is specifically listed to the CPAI-84 listing.
By David from Homer, LA on July 26, 2015
I am in need of a new 10 x 10 pop-up canopy. I have had a couple of canopies that didn't hold up very well and the trusses bent very easily. What is one of the best Heavy Duty canopies would you suggest?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on July 27, 2015
By Joe from Newville, PA on July 5, 2015
I sell my wares at farmers markets and some of the locations are windy. i am currently using EZ-Up tents and the winds are bending their legs near the top. I am looking for a heavy duty frame for a 10 x 10 tent. What would you recommend?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on July 6, 2015
By Sue from Birmingham, MI on November 16, 2016
Can you recommend a canopy that can withstand snow without tearing or collapsing (10' x 10' ideal)?
By Darnarius on November 16, 2016
Answer:We currently do not offer a canopy that has a snow load rating.
By Linda from Mission Viejo, CA on November 22, 2016
What would you recommend if I were looking for a 10' x 15' durable canopy that was easy set up (this is for a high school lacrosse team) and we need to make sure it's sturdy and will last for at least three years.
By Darnarius on November 23, 2016
By Skip from PA on December 7, 2016
I'm looking for a temporary structure, probably with heat and air, approximately 100' X 80' X 16' to store 4 big trucks and possibly two other standard size vehicles. Can you steer me in the right direction?
By Chaz on December 7, 2016
Answer:Unfortunately, we do not have a canopy/shed that will accommodate your size requirements. We do have pole/party tents that will accommodate the length and width, but not the height. Also, those structures can be semi-permanent, but not permanent.