Air Conditioned Wedding Tents - Reasons to Invest
Almost every bride dreams of being a princess on her wedding day, looking picture perfect, and glowing with joy. But in the South, glowing can turn into sweating, thanks to the heat and humidity. If you’re going to have an outdoor wedding, an air conditioned wedding tent will be your saving grace.
Imagine that big white tent, complete with a wooden dance floor, lots of lights, a band, tables set with china, and cool air flowing throughout making you and your guests feel comfortable and ready to have a good time. When you rent air conditioner for wedding, you’re investing in a successful event. Here are a few good reasons why you should have an air conditioned wedding tent:
Every bride (and mother of the bride) wants her wedding to be the talk of the town and to be remembered forever. So when you’re planning that outdoor wedding overlooking the lake, the 18th hole, or the vineyard, make sure you include an air conditioned wedding tent. You’ll be happy you did.
How we deliver and set up heating/cooling equipment for events
We are keeping guests comfortable at a big tent event this weekend. So we brought out the big guns. These photos show two 12 ton units arriving, and after set up out back of the tents.
Check out these pictures that show how our equipment arrives when we set an event up. And, what the equipment looks like while it is hidden out back of your tent event quietly keeping guests cool.
During the spring and summer we cool tent events in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia. And when it's cool we bring units that are capable of heating OR cooling. When heat is needed, we heat tent events and outdoor events.
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