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Think of the largest package you’ve received in the mail - chances are it is nowhere near the size of even our smallest tents. Tent top fabric, poles or tubing, fittings, fasteners, anchoring guy lines – even our smallest 8’ x 8’ tents require all of these for installation. As you can probably imagine, even the smallest tents would have trouble fitting into the back of a car, let alone the postman’s mailbag.

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Staking is the standard when it comes to connecting your tent to the ground. Simply drive in a stake, tie your guy lines to it, and you’re on your way to a complete tent setup. While the guy lines can change (most commonly being ratchet straps or simple ropes with rope locks), the same basic operation is in use. Using water barrels as ballast at tent pole locations has also been a common practice, though using barrels to keep tents in place is much more dangerous than people tend to think.

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Celina uses three main types or weights of vinyl, with each having a specific use depending on the desired outcome. Whether you’re dealing solely with our party tent product lines or the various industrial applications we delve into, it’s never too hard to find one of the following on the production floor.

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No matter whether you’re an experienced rental installation crew or are setting up a tent in your yard for the first time, there are tools to help in lifting any frame tent. The most important of which is the Frame Tent Jack.

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One of the less-discussed options on flags is whether to have a single-side print or to go with a flag that has each side printed independently. Why is this choice so important? It’s actually more complicated than you would think.

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