Strike & Follow Up

9Everyone is thrilled and basking in the glow of a successful event. Our service is not complete until your event is finished and all equipment is safely removed from your site.

Execute

8Our professional installers will handle every detail from using tarps to protect your property, while maintaining the cleanest site and product to meticulous attention to ballast & safety. No aspect is too small for our attention. Helping clients realize their vision and then managing every detail so that you can..Read More

Safety & Compliance

7Safety is always first. Our staff will work with your location policies, including physical distancing, masking, and security, as applicable. All sites must be marked for underground systems. We want to protect your property and our installers.

Contract & Payment

6Reservation Agreement is signed and deposit is made to reserve the equipment, labor and event date. Changes may be made prior to the event.

Timeline & Budget

5Armed with details from our conversations and site visit, we build a plan and budget based on your requests and our recommendations.

Site Visit

4Meeting on-site is an imperative part of planning. Our team of professionals make recommendations by assessing the space. It is also an opportunity to gather measurements, survey the site for obstacles, any site improvements needed, and sprinklers systems.

Collaborate

3You dream, we’ll listen. We’re here to guide you through the event rental process, whether you’re a seasoned special events professional or a homeowner hosting an outdoor birthday party. This is also an opportune time to collectively meet with event team partners such as the caterer, decorator and planner. Needs,..Read More

Budget

2As the above section describes there are many factors and choices to be made. We politely ask for our clients to consider having a minimum budget of $4,000 when thinking about a tented solution.

Talk

1Your time is valuable and we want to make sure that we are the right fit for your event, project or installation. Important details and nuance can get lost in translation on email or text. For this reason, the first step is a phone call. This call includes discussing the..Read More