We have tents available in a variety of sizes. You can choose from 15×15, 20×20, and 20×40 frame tents or 20×20, 20×30, and 20×40 pole tents. The type of tent you need will depend on where your tent will be placed and what your expectations are for what is going on under the tent.
A pole tent is secured and supported by driving stakes into the ground; and so, it is not suitable to put a pole tent on concrete or asphalt surfaces. (Unless we are allowed to stake into the hard surface). … A frame tent is free standing and can go on grass, asphalt, concrete or a deck. Pole tents mostly go on grass areas.
There will be at least 1 center pole inside a pole tent. Some clients like to use the poles as a feature, decorating them with vines, plants, fabric, or flowers. For others, the poles are an inconvenience, obstructing table layouts and views.
A frame tent is free standing and can go on grass, asphalt, concrete or a deck. It does not have any poles inside the tent, and so, the square footage isn’t compromised at all by having to plan around the inside poles.
The frame tent is generally more expensive to rent because of the labor involved in setting up the tent, and the actual cost of purchase.