As the days get longer and the evenings get warmer, the amount of gazebo hire we deliver along with other outdoor hire goes up dramatically. If you’ve never hired a gazebo before you might be a little bit unsure about what you need to know – but fear not! We’ve put this guide together to help you understand everything about Gazebos.
Gazebo Hire: Putting them up
One of the big questions we get asked about gazebo hire is simply how hard they are to install on site. The good news is that they are easy to erect – but we recommend using two people to do the job properly.
Pop-up gazebos work via a telescoping mechanism. When you take a gazebo out of its bag, it will be closed up and will need to be opened out. The temptation might be to do
Although we’re primarily an online company, we do get some queries via telephone. We’re happy to answer any questions about how hiring equipment works, about how to order or about deliveries and collections, some questions leave us a bit cold and concern us as to what will happen with an order.
We’ve put together this guide to help you understand the red flags we see with some questions – and what you can do to avoid them.
“I’ve been let down and I need 400 sets of crockery and cutlery hire for my wedding tomorrow / this weekend”
We can guarantee that in the summer we will get at least one call per week from a frantic individual looking to hire a massive amount of crockery and/or cutlery for almost immediate delivery. It’s a call that almost always is difficult because while we don’t want to turn down orders, at peak times of business they are incredibly difficult to fulfil.
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