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Democratic Party Of Wi
(414) 874-5140
3967 N Teutonia Ave
Milwaukee, WI
 
Artistic Crafts & Party Supplies
(414) 643-4551
1126 W Historic Mitchell St
Milwaukee, WI
 
Brookfield Party Rental
(262) 786-2666
12630 Robin Lane
Brookfield, WI
 
Karls Party Rentals
(414) 762-5500
7000 S 10th St
Oak Creek, WI
 
Elliots Partyland
(262) 241-4905
11065 N Port Washington Rd
Mequon, WI
 
Bartzs The Party Store
(414) 453-5252
6931 W North Ave
Wauwatosa, WI
 
Lets Party
(414) 442-4386
4115 N 56th St
Milwaukee, WI
 
Bartzs, The Party Store
(262) 251-5202
N96 W18743 County Line Road
Menomonee Falls, WI
 
A & Z Party Rentals
(414) 228-8500
7000 S 10th St
Oak Creek, WI
 
Party Wizard
(262) 437-0146
W164n11271 Squire Dr
Germantown, WI
 

Planning a party: Outdoor party tent rentals: keeping guests comfortable


Renting a party tent for an outdoor affair is often a good idea. However, keeping guests out of the sun or rain is only part of the challenge. You need to keep them comfortable, too.

If the temperature inside a tent is either too hot or too cold, it doesn't matter how great the party food was or that the DJ was fabulous. All your guests will remember is sweating or freezing--and being miserable.

To be sure guests are comfortable and happy—both in tents or on your patio—here are some guidelines adapted from advice on the American Rental Association's RentalHQ Web site.

Warm guests on a chilly night

Basically, there are two types of tent heaters: direct-fired and indirect fired. Indirect-fired units may be a better choice, as they eliminate combustion, which can cause dizziness, burning eyes and nausea.

A safe direct-fired option may be 7-foot-tall patio heaters, which feature aluminum umbrellas that reflect heat down toward party guests.

  • Patio heaters work best in chilly (around 50 degrees), but not cold, temperatures
  • These units throw heat between 12 and 15 feet in all directions
  • Rule of thumb: Use one patio heater for every three or four tables
  • These heaters are great for decks and patios, too.
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