Structure Tent Rental | Snow Load | Engineered and Certified | Long Term Tent Rental
Structure Tents - Long Term Commercial Rentals
The fast, economical solution for restaurants, venues, convention centers, warehousing, exhibit halls, large public fairs, concert venues, testing sites, hospitals, trade shows and more.
** Winter Wind & Snow Load Certified ***
|Width||Snow Load||Wind Load|
|20x||37 lbs/sqft||107 mpg|
|40x||25 lbs/sqft||93 mpg|
|60x||26 lbs/sqft||81 mpg|
|40x Radial||26 lbs/sqft||81 mpg|
Testing Sites and Hospital Tents
Drive Thru Testing Tents
Knights is supplying Testing Tents throughout Michigan, Oakland County, Wayne County, Genesse County and Lenawee County and Jackson County
With our country being in a National State of Emergency due to the recent turn of events, Knights Tent and Party Rental is offering rapid deployment of tent rentals for use as medical tents for testing and employee screening. We are also offering long term rentals for venues, work place cafeterias and restaurants to adhere to Social Distancing Recommendations
These tents can be setup in parking lots, patios or grass. Tent sizes can range from a 10×10 to 20, 30 and 40 wide tents of any length. The tents can be installed with stakes or with concrete Weights .
The tents can be installed with sidewalls and installed with Heating and Air Conditioning to control the temperature inside. The sidewalls can be windowed or solid. We can also provide the right amount of lighting needed to evening use. If you need electrical power in your tents, we can also provide generators.
During this time of need, we will be answering phones 24/7
Long Term Summer Rentals
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 was first detected in China in December 2019 and has rapidly spread around the world. Symptoms range from a common cold to more severe health issues. An infected person’s cough spreads the coronavirus through respiratory droplets.
Reduce Infection Chances
Coronavirus can survive many days on a surface, such as a door handle. Good hygiene also plays a critical role in your health.
Because COVID-19 is spread through respiratory outlets, WHO officials recommend:
- Wash your hands frequently
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth until you wash your hands
- Wipe off door handles and light switches (especially if they are frequently used)
- Maintain a distance of at least three feet from anyone coughing or sneezing
- Stay home if you feel unwell
Until a vaccine for COVID-19 is available, common sense and good hygiene are your best weapons for staying healthy.