Our Pagoda Marquee Hire Range are the essence of versatility and that is what makes them so popular. Joined together they can fit any site shape and can create individual but linked spaces. Individually they can be erected next to a main marquee as a bar or covered outside area.
Coopers Design Tip Link our Pagoda Marquees in a row with an open side for a special summer lunch venue.
Our suspended cassette floor system is unrivalled in the marquee industry. It sits on a steel subframe which guarantees a flat firm floor. The floor interlocks with the wall system, thus leaving no space for draughts or dangerous cracks making it the best Marquee flooring system.
Walls & Windows
All our marquees are fitted as standard with hard PVC walls to create a comfortable space with perfect climate control and no draughts or flapping noises if conditions are windy. Optionally you can choose to have glass panels fitted for natural lighting or even soft window panels which can be fully opened to the outside. Walls and glass panels are attached to the floor system, thereby sealing the marquee and ensuring heating the marquee is achieved efficiently.
Aluminium glazed doors and white PVC fire-exit doors are fitted as standard with every marquee. Both types are outward opening and fitted with panic bolts.
Our marquees roofs are made of polyester coated PVC within a patented tensioning system which prevents any noisy flapping of the roof covers. The roof overhangs the sidewalls and uses a unique guttering system which feeds into downpipes, thereby avoiding rain blowing off the eaves and back onto the marquee. Ventilation is controlled in the roof space by an adjustable grid at either end of each structure, eliminating the risk of stale air and condensation.
Safety is a paramount aspect of any event and all of our marquees utilise materials of the highest safety standards. Our marquees are tested to very stringent European requirements and comply with wind load rating guidelines. Covers comply with BS 5867 and rigid walls comply with BS 476. Lining fabric complies with BS 5867 Part 2 Type C. and an emergency exit door is fitted approximately every 200 sq. metres.