‐ Performance Fabric News & Insights
Trying to decide what kind of tents you need in your warehouse?
When shopping for event tent structures, you’ll quickly realize there are many options to choose from. It’s important that you choose carefully — not every tent is right for every event, and providing the wrong tent can hurt your reputation and your bottom line.
To make sure you have everything your customers need, you’ll need to take a closer look at a few important factors. Here are four key things to consider as you shop for event tent structures:
Whether you’re hosting a party that lasts one night or a pop-up that lasts all season, you can’t overlook the importance of your temporary structure.
A high-quality structure can contribute to a great atmosphere and lead to a successful event. A poorly constructed structure can tarnish your reputation or brand image — or worse, lead to your guests getting rained on.
For more than 30 years, Herculite’s popular Showtime® tent fabric brands have set the standard for theme parks and big event applications.
Showtime fabrics pair advanced engineering with bold color options to create the ideal performance fabric for semi-permanent and rental tents. It’s no surprise that award-winning companies like Tentnology turn to Herculite for their outdoor performance fabric needs.
But what really makes Architent Showtime performance textiles the most desirable choice for theme parks, carnivals, rental companies, and other big-tent event enthusiasts?
Planning an outdoor event can be extremely complicated. And with big challenges like inclement weather and event attendance driving most of those decisions, it’s easy to overlook some smaller details, like the specifics of your tent rental.
But tents are actually one of the most important outdoor event considerations. A tent can truly make or break your event, and it's important to know the right questions to ask when selecting your tent.
Tent manufacturers use various materials to produce their products, and those materials — especially tent fabric — can vary widely in quality.
When shopping for a temporary tent structure, it’s important to consider a few key factors which can have a huge impact on performance and cost of ownership.
Strataglass and Herculite have received many requests for potential uses of our products in PPE. Strataglass is not FDA approved for use, but we have created two designs that use Strataglass as a protective barrier. We are providing these as design guides for your use.
PLEASE NOTE: Strataglass makes NO CLAIM that these designs will protect you from contracting any virus or disease. Use at your own risk. The face shields are meant to be used in conjunction with CDC approved masks and eye-wear.
See the designs below:
In light of the unprecedented situation that we are now faced with, we wanted to let you know that Herculite is open and working to support life sustaining and critical needs across industries.
We are proud to be part of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic by supplying life sustaining, critical need materials to fulfill the unprecedented demands of these crucial industries. That is why we are continuing our operations in order to supply our customers who are working tirelessly to fulfill the life sustaining, critical needs of those working to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you’re thinking of adding a patio space to your restaurant (or preparing your existing outdoor space for seasonal patio dining), you could be on your way to a significant revenue boost.
Adding an outdoor patio to your restaurant can increase gross profits by up to 65%, depending on how much you invest in the project. Research by restaurant and hospitality consulting company Vucurevich Simons Advisory Group found that an investment of $200,000 in an outdoor dining space could yield a gross profit of over $500,000.
“Would you like to be seated inside, or on our patio?”
Especially when it’s nice outside, many people would say, “Patio, please!”
Whether you call it outdoor dining, picnicking, feasting en plein aire, or eating al fresco, enjoying a meal outside is very much a part of everyday life, particularly in warmer months. But where did this tradition come from, and is it still alive and well today?
When it comes to commercial buildings, adding new outdoor spaces (or taking existing outdoor spaces to the next level) is a great way to add interest and boost value.
But depending on location, you may want a layer of protection from the elements. That’s where outdoor patio enclosures come in. Whether they’re year-round or seasonal, enclosures can increase the function of outdoor spaces.
How do you know which commercial-grade fabric is right for your outdoor patio enclosure project? Here are a few of the most important factors to consider: