Custom event tents are great for promoting your business at a big corporate event. But what happens if it rains or if some other problem comes up and your tent canopy is damaged, the color fades away, or the tent is brought down and can no longer be used.
Outdoor stressors are the worst. Hail and rain, as well as snow, and even heat and sunlight can become a problem. Rain gets your canopy wet, and if the material isn’t weatherproof, the structural integrity of your tent can be impaired. Hail can cause puncture damage, while extreme heat and sunlight could cause some materials to contract and some paints to fade over time.
Indoor tents don’t necessarily have to be the sturdiest. At least that’s what most people believe, and why their event stands might suffer when someone bumps into them or an accident happens. Even indoors, a lot of things can happen that might damage your event tents, including things falling on (or through) the canopy of the tent or one of the supports being damaged by a nearby piece of equipment.
In each case, it seems there is a risk to bringing low quality products to the event. Any damage will also be likely to damage your company image, so if you really want things to go smoothly, you will have to get the sturdiest custom canopy tents that money can buy.