Unique entryways beckon people into your canopy or tent. This domed portico entryway is installed along the face of a storefront style canopy.
Even short trailers such as goose-necks can accommodate our canopies. You simply add a "rise above" to create an elevated rear eave. The photo shows the "open frame" method (left end) and "tilt-up panel" method (right side).
The NHRA style canopy is another term for "cantilevered" or "suspended". The canopy is supported entirely by the trailer with no vertical poles. These are very popular with drag race teams since they allow access for tall & long dragsters. They are also popular with boat racers and vendors. The outer eave is typically higher (96") than a standard...
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.
The frame projects horizontally (parallel to the ground) before sloping to the outer eave. Used when trailer has tall doors or slide-outs that may need clearance before sloping.