Here are 5 ways to get the most use out of your canopy:
1. Shelter from the sun:
10×10 canopies are perfect for setting up a shaded picnic or reading nook. During summer months, it takes 10 minutes to heat a 10 by 10 tent like your kitchen oven! To beat the heat, angle your canopy 10-15 degrees away from midday sun and make use of side flaps which you can tie out to increase ventilation.
2. Protection from rain:
When you’re outside, not under cover, there’s nothing worse than being rained on. It’s almost as bad as sitting in an open convertible during a hailstorm…almost! The first line of defense against Mother Nature is to set up your 10 by 10 canopy so that all sides have equal protection.
3. Wind protection:
10×10 canopies are not made to withstand high winds; however, if you tie down your 10 by 10 canopy properly (rope ties included) you’ll find that it resists tipping over in the wind. You might even consider stacking 10×10 canopies on your 10×15 canopy for additional height to help protect the goods underneath! This also creates a secure storage area which is great for big events like weddings and grad parties.
4. Shade at night:
If you’re setting up an outdoor event- 10 by 10 tents are perfect to sit under after sundown because they provide excellent coverage without blocking out too much starlight or moonlight. You never know when the sun will set so make sure you have 10 by 10 tents packed in your 10×15 canopy.
Since 10×10 canopies are lightweight, it’s easy to maneuver them around for storage. Also because 10×10 canopies are smaller than 10 by 15 canopies or 10 by 20 tents, you won’t break your back trying to fit the canopy into a tight spot. Setup tie-down stakes on all four corners and use heavy duty straps to secure 10 x 10 carports during transport/storage.
Do I need any other equipment besides my canopy?
Canopy weights are not necessary but they are helpful when setting up large groups of 10 x 10 tents because they anchor the weight so it doesn’t blow away in the wind. 10 x 10 pop-up canopy weights are heavy bags filled with sand and they come in 10lb, 20lb, 30lbs and 40lbs. 10×10 canopies weights can be used on 10 by 10 carports, 10 by 10 gazebos and 10 x 10 pergolas as well.
Ready to buy 10×10 canopies?
Budget Party Rentals is an online party rental company that specializes in event equipment rentals for weddings, graduations events and outdoor concerts. Since 2005 we have been helping families plan their special events so don’t hesitate to call us.
10×10 canopy rentals start at 10$ a day. 10 ft tent stakes are also available for 10$ apiece.
Budget Party Rentals has been in business since 2005 renting out party equipment for graduations, weddings and other special events like concerts, fairs, food festivals and fairs. 10×10 canopy rentals are 10$ for 10 days or 10 x 10 pop up weights are 10$ each with a 10$ delivery fee if ordered online.
Can 10×10 canopies be used for commercial purposes?
10×10 canopy tents are perfect for weddings and grad parties but because 10 by 10 carports are lightweight they should not be left up overnight or during high wind. 10 by 10 pop up weights, 10 ft tent stakes and 10 x 10 height extenders may be good additions to your rental package.
When is the best time to setup my 10×10 Popup Canopy?
To get the most out of your 10 by 10 canopy shelter we recommend setting it up at least an hour before you need it so that if there’s a breeze you have time to take it down properly. Canopies will always billow in the, regardless of how much sand you use in 10 x 10 canopy weights; we recommend 10 ft stakes and 10 by 10 carport weights.
10 x 10 canopy tents are a great addition to your 10×15 canopies, 10 x 10 carports and 10 by 10 gazebos. The 10 ft stakes and 10 by 10 weights add extra protection from blowing away in the wind or tipping over in high winds. Make sure you have 10 ft tent stakes for every corner of your canopy to secure 10×10 carports down for 10 by 10 canopy wedding rentals. Don’t forget 10 ft tent stakes if you are renting 10×10 canopy tents to secure 10 x 10 carports in the wind.