Construction Tents

Do you have a construction project that’s running behind schedule due to the weather? Don’t let it get you down. We may be able to put up a tent and rescue your project. Do you need to pour concrete in freezing temperatures or protect your crew from blowing snow? We’ve got you covered. Our heavy-duty construction tents are designed to handle wind and weather. Our propane heaters can melt the snow off the tent roof and keep your crew comfortable.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when planning a construction tent:

  • While we can work with uneven ground and obstructions, it’s best to install and remove a tent on relatively level ground with as few obstacles as possible.

  • It’s helpful if you have a few pictures of the worksite to help us evaluate your needs. You can email them to tents@tentsforrent.net

  • Will you need work lights for your crew? There’s not much inside when all the tent walls are closed.

  • We’ll need to know the height of any equipment that will be working inside the tent to be sure there is sufficient clearance.

  • In order to give you a price quote, we’ll need to know the length of time that you’ll need the tent.

  • If there is snowfall while the tent is in place, the tent must be heated to melt the snow. Alternately, the snow can be removed manually.

  • 'Can we drive stakes into the ground? If so, that will save you quite a bit of cost.

  • We have two types of tents. Clearspan or frame tents and pole tents. Pole tents are the most economical option. However, if you need completely open space inside, a clearspan or frame tent will work best. For pouring concrete, a pole tent can be used, and the small spot where the pole was can be patched later.

Have more questions? We’d be happy to help. Give us a call or get a quote below.

We have provided tents for

  • Construction

  • Renovation projects

  • Temporary storage

  • Concrete pouring and curing

  • Disaster relief

  • Environmental remediation

  • Equipment storage and much more


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