We have an article on connecting a marquee to a house but there’s an additional consideration. Check for any lighting on the house that you might cover up with the marquee.
We butted a marquee up against a house once (gable flush against the building) and as happens quite often the marquee covered over an outside floodlight. Imagine our surprise when we came back to collect the marquee and a large hole had been melted through the end of our marquee where the floodlight had been left on. Whether fortunately or unfortunately the customers were out when we were dismantling.
So the lesson to learn is always point out that any lighting touching the marquee should NOT be turned on (they may not even notice if it is). If it does happen to you (or something similar) then it’s not the end of the world, one of our marquee repair kits should patch up the marquee.
Thanks for reading.