Frequently Asked Questions

How many people can you seat at the various sizes/styles of tables comfortably?
  • 6′ rectangle table – 6 (3 on each side)
  • 8′ rectangle table – 8 (4 on each side)
  • 60″ square – 8
  • 48″ round – 6
  • 60″ round – 8
  • 72″ round – 10
What size linen do I need for a specific table?
  • 36″ round – 90″ round falls 3 inches from the floor
  • 48″ round – 90″ round falls 9 inches from the floor, 108″ falls 6″ from the floor, 120″ goes to the floor
  • 30″ round – 90″ round goes to the floor
  • 60″ round – 90″ round falls 15″ from the floor, 108″ falls 6″ from the floor, 120″ goes to the floor
  • 72″ round – 90″ round falls 21″ from the floor, 108″ falls 12″ from the floor, 120″ falls 6″ from the floor, 132″ goes to the floor
  • 6′ table – 60″x120″ falls 15″ from the floor on the sides and 6″ from the floor on ends, 90″x132″ goes to the floor
  • 8′ table – 60″x120″ falls 15″ from the floor on the sides and 12″ from the floor on the ends, 90″x156″ goes to the floor
Do you put the linens and chair covers on?
No. Due to our installers working on multiple items of a delivery, we typically do not have them handle the linens and covers because of cleanliness matters.
Are your prices on your website?
Yes, please provide your email address to request a PDF file to receive a price guide.
What’s the difference between a pole tent and a frame tent?
Frame tents are constructed using metal framework for the top and sides. They are great because they can be used on grass or asphalt with no center poles in the tent. This style is also perfect for areas that are unlevel because the legs supporting the frame can be adjusted to different heights. The floor plan can accommodate several designs. The frame tents require staking to hold them in place, but in some instances they can be held down using weights. The pole tents are supported by the center poles and by tension achieved through staking it to the ground. Although there are center poles, you don’t have the frame work and as a result it is completely white underneath with a sleek swoop appearance. This style of tent must be stacked and cannot be weighted.
What do I need to do to reserve items?
Call as soon as you know the date of your event and how many guests will be included. It is important to reserve your items sooner than later due to availability, especially during our busy months of May through September. We require a 50% deposit along with a signed contract and terms and conditions to firm your order.
Do you charge for delivery?
Yes, because of fuel charges, we calculate the distance to your residence or facility for each distance traveled.
What happens if I cancel my order?
Minor changes such as adding or subtracting a table or several chairs is generally not a problem depending on inventory. All major changes such as changing the size of your tent prior to your event is generally unacceptable due to overbooking issues and further changes will need to be discussed immediately. Cancellations within 30 days of your event date are subject to a 50% cancellation fee. If you cancel the week of your event there would be a 100% charge.
Do I have to wash the products I rented?
We ask that china, glassware and flatware be rinsed of all food and liquids. Completely dry the products and kindly return the products to the crates and racks in which they were delivered (see special packing instructions). Linens should be shaken free of debris and placed dry in the bag provided.
Can I pick up my order?
Yes, you may pick up your order one day in advance of your event and return the equipment the following business day.
What areas do you serve?
We are typically in the Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, York, Lancaster and Gettysburg areas on a daily basis. We also frequent the State College, Lewisburg and Bloomsburg areas as well. Please call for specific delivery charges to your location because we are not limited to the areas mentioned above.