Pole Tent Explained: A pole tent requires a set of poles arranged beneath the fire-retardant vinyl top to support the structure. The pole tent top is tensioned over the poles and attached to anchoring devices at tensioning points around the pole tent tops perimeter. The pole tent top is anchored to the surface generally using stakes. On smaller tents it is also possible to anchor the tents using weights. Celina Tent offers 2 types of anchoring systems for our pole tent tops: traditional rope and our ratchet buckle system. Pole Tents
The Premiere Party Tent Series by Celina Tent is an elegant high peak tent, high slope party tent with stylish peaks, smooth curves and a modern profile that will add elegance to any venue.
"The peak tent is similar to a traditional pole tent with the exception of a taller center pole that is used to create the high peaks." Peak Tents
Frame Tent Explained: A frame tent frame is assembled with aluminum or steel tubing joined together with connection fittings that support the fabric top. The rigid framework allows the tent to be freestanding. *However, a frame tent will require some type of anchoring system, such as ropes, ratchets, or cables, to hold it in place. Frame tents are popular for events that require smaller tents. Frame tents require no center poles or center supports, giving the optimum amount of space available. Frame Tent
Gable frame tents are popular for events that require an entrance way connected to another tent, or if the peak height is desired for the entire length of the tent. Gable tents can butt up against existing structures with minimal water penetration. Gable frame tents require no center poles, giving the optimum amount of space available. All fittings and poles are interchangeable (excluding corners) with Classic Frame Tent Systems.
Marquee Frame Tent