Choose The Right Field Covers For The Job
Are you planning to host an event that will be out in the open air? How do you protect your guests from the hot sun? What is your best option to enhance the attendees’ safety and comfort while at your event? One of your best options is to use Field Covers. There is a great variety in the kinds of Field Covers that you can pick from. Covers are made for many uses. They also come in a huge variety of colors to suit your needs.
Some events are very color conscious so you will want to pick covers that have the right color for the event. Often outdoor weddings will want white covers to go with the white of the bride’s wedding gown. Other wedding planners choose colors that will match the colors the couple want their groomsmen and maid’s of honor to wear. Still others will want one color used during the ceremony and another color scheme used for the reception.
If you are hosting an event that will have a large number of guests or perhaps patrons that pass through, you will want to have a good idea of just how many people will need to be covered at one time. For a guest list of over 500, you will have to make the choice between one large cover or several covers that are put up close together. You could have a cover that looks like the top of a circus tent or a more narrow cover that can cover something like an open-air bazaar.
When selecting your cover, you will need to make a decision on the kind of materials you want. You can find some that are fairly light so that they just defuse the sunlight. Sometimes you want covers that has 100% Uv Protectant, is both water and mildew proof or just a good all weather-resistant cover. There are times that you will want to set up permanent covers, and they will need to be able to stand up to the local weather conditions. You will want strong tarp-like covers if you are covering heavy duty equipment or vehicles. The key to making the right tarps and cover choice is knowing just exactly what you are covering and for how long the covers need to be in place.