Marquees often need connecting to a house, especially during the winter.
Someone will be organising a house party and will come to you because they basically want to gain an extra room. How are you going to do it?
First off you need to see if you can butt the marquee up against the house. Always use the 6m flat gable against the house if possible, that means if it rains the water will go off the side and also as there’s no eaves bar at the end the door should open in to the marquee with few problems (as long as it’s not too high).
Sometimes this simply isn’t possible, in which case you need a walkway. But where can I buy one I hear you cry? Come along to our stand at The showmans show and you’ll see our new modular 2mx6m walkways that can be used as 2mx4m or 2mx2m. Priced very reasonably etc etc [fill in your own sales pitch here].
Other things to think about when using a marquee to gain a room on to a house:
- Recommend either the food or drink or both is placed in the marquee. People always end up in the kitchen at house parties for a reason.
- If there’s a window next to the door you’re butting up to don’t cover it over with a marquee wall, leave it open to help the atmosphere at the party (as long as it doesn’t leave draughty gaps)
We’re in our usual spot at The Showmans Show – Avenue E, stand number 267. Come out of the entrance hall, turn right then first left. We’re along on the right. Alternatively follow your nose to the bar and we’re halfway there on the right.
Thanks for reading.