Party Tent Rentals Yakima WA

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Party Palace
(509) 453-0048
2011 West Lincoln Ave
Yakima, WA
 
Your Dollar Store With More
(509) 248-7757
2612 W Nob Hill Blvd Ste C
Yakima, WA

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Party City
(360) 352-3991
1200 Cooper Point Rd Sw
Olympia, WA
 
Pumpitup The Inflatable Party
(425) 820-2297
11605 Ne 116th St
Kirkland, WA
 
Red Door Party Rentals
(509) 783-5088
7501 W Kennewick Ave
Kennewick, WA
 
Party Connection & Costume
(509) 453-7877
1104 Tieton Dr
Yakima, WA
 
Alexander Party Rentals
(206) 282-1987
1127 Andover Park W
Tukwila, WA
 
A A Party Rentals
(253) 922-9898
2523 Pacific Hwy E # 5
Fife, WA
 
Party For Less Inc
(425) 392-3777
975 Nw Gilman Blvd # A
Issaquah, WA
 
Party Store
(425) 776-9111
19720 44th Ave W # M
Lynnwood, WA
 
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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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