By Marlene from Rochester MI on April 10, 2013
Do you have a canopy that I can put over a campfire in bad weather? Will I need a vented top?
By Magan B. on April 10, 2013
Answer:We do not have any vented pop-ups. It's generally not a good idea to put any tent over a fire.
By Dan from MS on April 16, 2014
Does it come with a certificate that I can show the fire inspectors?
By Dawn H. on April 16, 2014
Answer:Any of the canopies that state they are NFPA 701 flame certified have a certificate available. The certificate is not included in the shipment but we can easily email you the certificate for the canopy you decide to purchase.
By Lindsey from Helen, GA on February 7, 2014
I need to present a Certificate proving that a pop-up tent is Flame retardant to our city building inspector. Is there a generic document of such a thing, or do I have to contact each manufacturer? My problem is that all the vendors that plan on coming have had their tents for years or have just bought them and I just want to find a handful of certificates to cover all the basic makers.
By Emily on February 10, 2014
By Robert from Yoakum, TX on May 29, 2016
I am in dire need of two NFPA 701 tagged 10 X 10 Canopies. Every canopy I have found only has the CPAI 84, but not 701.
By Darnarius on May 31, 2016
By Charlie from CO on October 6, 2016
Can you cook under the undercover?
By Kathy on October 7, 2016
Answer:While it is flame certified, I would not recommend having open flames under it.
By Lubega from TX on August 9, 2016
How would I get a certificate that it is NFPA 701 certified?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on August 10, 2016
The Goliath is not NFPA-701 certified, but it is CPAI-84 certified. This information can be found in the canopy's manual
By Kristen from NM on September 19, 2016
We have an event tent that is 40' x 50' and some of the panels are clear. They do not have any official flame resistant rating. Do you sell flame resistant clear panels?
By Justin R. - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 19, 2016
Answer:The material for clear panels will not pass flame certifications. We apologize for any inconvenience.