What kind of canopies do you own?
We carry various different sizes in solid, clear and high top. We also have hoeckers, which require a more elaborate planning process. We recommend speaking to an Event Rental Consultant if you have questions about what would be best fit.
How do I know what size canopy I need?
Our staff is very knowledgeable of what can fit under a tent. We can make recommendations and even put together a room diagram. It will vary based on your special event.
How do I reserve a canopy?
Please call and talk to a Rental Consultant to reserve a canopy for your event. You will need to provide a final count 10 days prior to the event. A 25% non-refundable deposit is required to secure your reservation as well as a signed contract. Orders are considered complete 2 business days prior to scheduled delivery. A surcharge may be added to your account each time a completed order is changed. Final payment is due upon the date of delivery.
What do I need to do to prepare for a canopy?
Make sure your site is ready before the crew arrives. This includes lawns mowed, vehicles out of the way, etc. Please let us know of any utilities that may be problematic to setting a canopy up (phone or gas lines, septic systems, etc). In the absence of notice, the client is to assume responsibility for all damage. Additional fees will occur if the site is not properly prepared upon scheduled delivery/pickup time.
How are the canopies secured down?
We REALLY prefer canopies be staked into the ground. We even have asphalt to fill in if your event is in a parking lot. In the cases where we cannot stake, we do have options to weigh down smaller canopies with weights.
How protective is a tent against weather?
The tricky thing about a canopy is that it’s actually not guaranteed to be protective against any weather. They are designed to provide limited protection from minor conditions such as sun and rain. However they are not designed for strong winds, lightning, etc. The tent may then be at risk for becoming damaged or blown over. Peter Corvallis Productions reserves the right to dismantle or cancel equipment if these weather conditions arise.