By Kevin from Chicago, IL on May 3, 2013
Do you have a tent that could seat 500 students and lunch tables and be heated in cold weather?
By Tommy H. on May 3, 2013
By my estimate, it will take a shelter of approximately 80x120 to comfortably seat 500 students while leaving room for walking, serving, and storing. I recommend the Premier 80 X 140 Ultimate Party Tent
By Sara from Des Moines, IA on April 29, 2013
We're looking for a tent that's around 40x60 and w about 18-20’ tall. They will have a 18' structure in tent so there wouldn't be able to be a center supporting pole in the tent. The size of the structure is 25'x20' - all at a height of 18'.
By Magan B. on April 29, 2013
By Carl from Charlotte, NC on May 7, 2013
Do you have a black decorative 12 ft pole that I can anchor my sun shade sail too?
By Tommy H. on May 7, 2013
Answer:Unfortunately not. We carry only a hexagonal aluminum pole that is 9 Ft tall.
By Jim from Verona, NJ on February 23, 2014
I am a board member for our local baseball & softball league. We are looking for a spring and summer canopy for our snack bar and seating area. It would need to be approximately 30x60 or larger and be able to withstand heavy rain and wind - in addition to some pop-up foul balls. Any suggestions?
By Emily on February 24, 2014
By Nick from Raleigh, NC on June 29, 2016
Do all your tents come with fire resistant tent tarps? Also I would like to know what material the poles are made out of and if the sidewalls are able to be taken completely off.
By Seth on June 29, 2016
Answer:Not all of the canopies we have available for purchase have fire retardant tops and the frame material will vary between manufacture and models. In almost all cases the sidewalls that are available will be able to be taken off.
By Pauletta from Pascagoula, MS on December 1, 2015
I work with the LPD 26 Pre-commissioning crew and we are looking for a 80' x 80' tent that will go up on the ships flight deck. Can you recommend a sturdy tent with sidewalls and no windows?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on December 1, 2015
By Benjamin from Washington, UT on October 22, 2015
We have a area over a lazy river at our public pool that we are considering putting a tent over in the the winter from mid-October to mid - March. The tent would need to be approximately 40 ft x 50 ft to enclose the entire section. It would need a roof and sides. It does not need a lot of head clearance, in fact, 6 ft roof with minimal slope would be sufficient. It would be on a concrete slab on all sides so I'm guessing we would weigh it down with barrels unless there is a better option. What would you recommend as the best product or products for us?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on October 22, 2015
Thank you for your inquiry. Please use the link below to view a canopy you might be interested in. You can use a weight barrel system if you need to on a frame style tent and the side walls are listed on this page as well.
Premier West Coast 40 X 50 Frame Tent
By Jason from Pembroke Pines, FL on April 13, 2016
I'm looking for an outdoor commercial tent to use for long-term use. This tent will be covering an outdoor fitness center from rain and sun. The tent size either has to be 30x50 or 40x50 and can't have any poles in the middle. Do you have a recommendation?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on April 13, 2016
By Janet from vancouver, washington on February 19, 2016
I want to create shade on my restaurant patio. It can be a windy area. I want to be able to leave it up year round. What canopy would you suggest?
By Will M. - eCanopy Product Specialist on February 19, 2016
Pop up-style canopies are not meant to leave up year round and I would recommend considering a Frame Tent
By Ray from OR on March 20, 2017
I am looking for a durable canopy for an outdoor seating area at my restaurant. I prefer a canvas top. What are my options?
By Kevin E. - eCanopy Product Specialist on March 21, 2017
Of course, your required size will be a large determining factor in which tent we'd recommend to you. But, considering your application, I think one of our Classic Frame tents
would be your best bet. These structures are much more professional and can withstand more lengthy 'residence times" than any of our pop-ups. Please note, though, that our tops for the these tents are vinyl. We do not have any canvas top options.