A canopy is a frame structure with a cover stretched over the top. It’s lightweight, with the cover typically made out of canvas or acrylic material. The structure can be steel, iron or wood. It’s used to provide shelter or shade outdoors. Unlike awnings, canopies don’t have to be supported by a building or structure. Beams and poles support canopies so you can basically put these up anywhere. Here are some of the ways canopies can make your life easier:
Parties and Celebrations
A Practical Wedding says booking a venue is usually tied to booking a tent or canopy for your guests as well. It’s a necessary precaution, especially if you think rain is going to be likely on your wedding day. It’s also smart to have a contingency plan in place, just in case.
Car protection and Safety
Don’t have a garage or car port? A heavy duty canopy should do the job, protecting your car against wind, sun and snow. It’s also portable, allowing you to be flexible in choosing your spot or to pack it up if you’re on the move. Going camping? You can have a portable car port anywhere you and your ride are. Just bring along a canopy and you’ll be all set.
Picnic and Patios
Transform your garden space with a pop-up canopy. Put in the table and chairs and you have an outdoor dining space that’s going to be perfect for when you invite friends and family over. Enjoy late Sunday brunches or dinners under that ready-made shade.
Shop and Sales
Have a crafts bazaar to attend? Participating in the local fund drive? A pop up tent can provide you with instant vendor space. Put out your inventory, get a chair and wait for the hordes of shoppers to descend. It’s also easy to dismantle at the end of the day, making pack-up easy.