It’s okay if you don’t have a tent and stage lighting in your collection of event materials—that’s where firms like Classic Event & Tent Rentals come to the rescue.
We connected with Senior Sales Consultant Stephen Salvatori for some key terms you should know.
block & roll system – concrete weight ballast system to safely secure tents when staking is unavailable.
classroom table – denotes a table width of 18 inches or 24 inches.
clear top – clear vinyl used on tents to allow for outside viewing.
guest experience – interaction between an organization and a guest where senses are stimulated and memorable moments achieved.
HVAC – encompasses heating, ventilation and air conditioning to provide climate control within a temporary structure.
J.U.L.I.E – free service for locating and marking of underground utility facilities.
LED – lighting technology that allows for minimal power usage and endless concepts.
patching – process of repairing holes in asphalt after securing tents.
poly linen – type of fabric that commonly consists of 65 percent cotton and 35 percent polyester fibers.
raw space – unfinished room in a venue that allows for endless possibilities for design.
riedel – high-end crystal glassware for rental.
shantung – type of silk fabric historically from the province of Shandong.
staking – the process of driving a metal stake into the ground to secure a tent or canopy.
temporary structure – a tent structure that doesn’t have a permanent foundation.
transit cabinet – aluminum cabinet that holds sheet pans and food pans for catering transit.
truss – an aluminum structure used to hang and support lighting.
vignette – small grouping of lounge furniture in an event space for effect.