Canopies and canopy frames are built out of many parts. Here is a layout of some of the major components.
A cantilevered style frame or canopy uses horizontal braces and creates unobstructed clearance under the canopy. This style typically does not have skirts. Also called a Suspended Canopy.
A corral skirt is a ground-level barrier used to surround an outdoor area adjacent to a trailer.
A crowd control barrier is a set of stand-alone half height skirts. These are typically used to define a workspace or relaxation area. The barriers also provide a great place for signage.
Our canopy and canopy skirts come with heavy duty vinyl storage shipping bags. These bags include a repair kit sewn inside one of the flaps and clear vinyl windows on the outside for shipping and identification labels. Each bag has two handles on each end and zippers to open and close. The zipper tabs are...
Canopies with zippered bolt rope strips include a "cocktail strap". This strap relieves stress on the bolt rope zipper when zipping or unzipping the roof. Simply attach the hook to the end rafter ring. As you zip or unzip the canopy, the weight is borne by the cocktail strap and not the teeth of the zipper.
The "Chuck wagon" style portico on his hospitality set-up allows access to the curbside, roadside or both canopies. Its distinctive "hooped" fascia provides an ideal space for branding.
Standard canopies mount onto the Curbside or Roadside of the trailer. A Curbside mount goes on the passenger side of the trailer, next to the curb when parked.
Half height skirts provide a perimeter barrier while allowing visibility into and out of the canopy. These skirts are available in two versions. Continuous and individual. Continuous - Half skirts travel across the vertical support poles. The skirts are joined by zippers at the poles. The "Gary Fisher" skirt in the photo is a continuous skirt. Individual...
"Combo" skirts are typically clear vinyl upper sections with solid fabric lower skirts. The lower skirts are called half height skirts and hang from horizontal poles. When used in combination, the clear uppers and solid lowers are connected with buckles and straps that loop around the pole through slits in the lower skirts. The lower skirts separate vertically...