Do’s and Don’ts With Rental Equipment

Renting equipment can be pretty easy if done right. Even if you’re on the other side of the counter and you are the one doing the renting, it really all comes down to planning ahead, paying attention to detail, and knowing where you stand. Here are a few do’s and don’ts with rental equipment to get you headed in the right direction.

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What Equipment to Rent for After the Snow Melts

A blanket of snow may be pretty to look at, but what is it covering up? The harsh winter weather takes a toll on the exterior of homes and yards, while much of the damage and debris is hidden until spring. Once the snow melts and the moderate temperatures are upon us again, it is a good time to take a walk around the property. Grab your jacket and a clipboard, if you’d like, before heading out for your stroll. Below, we’ll discuss what to look for on your spring maintenance walkabout.

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Your Guide to Catering a Large Backyard Party

It’s official – Spring is here, and the beat of the sun is only getting stronger. There’s nothing better than being out in the yard enjoying the sun while having fun with friends and family. As it gets warmer, it’s time to start thinking about hosting the perfect backyard party.Parties can be either simple or difficult to throw depending on how much preparation and planning you put into it. What stumbles most people is their budget and the belief that they have to own everything they need to cater a large backyard party. The answer to this problem is utilizing a party rental company to help provide everything you need. In this article, you will find a simple guide to accommodating a large backyard party.It simply doesn’t make sense for you to own enough chairs, tables, and other tools to host a large party. Unless you host a number of parties each year, owning your own party equipment is expensive and difficult to accommodate.  Look to your local rental store to help you out.The first step to catering a large party outdoors is renting a tent. Tents come in all shapes and sizes and are often the first items to go during this season. Everyone is looking for a big tent this time of year for graduations, weddings, and reunions. Don’t delay in contacting your rental dealer for a tent that’s big enough for your guests to relax out of the sun. There are tents set up by the rental company, or – if you have the help and know-how, you can rent a Do-It-Yourself Canopy that seats as many as 50 guests or more!The second step is to rent tables and chairs. An event is not fully catered unless it comes equipped with table and chairs for guest to sit, eat, and enjoy their time. One of the great positives of working with a rental dealer is the number of options and styles that are available to choose from. Rentals offer you the flexibility to try something new and give your guests a quality experience that matches any occasion. Feel free to mix and match to find an arrangement that best meets your budget and plan for the party.

The next step in the guide is to rent all the catering tools to prepare, setup, and provide food and beverages. Items such as chafers, large propane grills, bars, and extra coolers can all be rented to help provide your guests with hot food and cold drinks at your party.

Lastly, rent entertainment for both adults and children. Moonwalks or bounce houses and games like corn hole or horseshoe are great ways to keep everyone engaged and active throughout the party. You can even take it one step further by nabbing a karaoke machine to really increase the fun.  If you have pool in your backyard, kick things up a notch by renting a slip and slide for everyone to slide into summer with a smile.

Take advantage of the tips described above to successfully cater a large backyard party. Make it easy on yourself, reduce the stress and rent everything you need. Follow this guide and start entertaining guests without any hassle and instead, all the fun.

April Gardening Tips

With the official first day of spring at hand, April is an exciting month in the garden. While it is important not to rush into gardening too early and put tender seeds or seedlings at risk, it is also important not to miss these first days of warming temperatures, fertile soil and abundant rains. While the exact dates of each task will vary depending on where exactly your garden is and what its needs are, all gardeners should be considering these tasks throughout April.

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Planning a Gender Reveal Party

A gender reveal party is a fun way to share the excitement of your pregnancy with family members and friends. Planning a gender reveal party, however, can be tricky depending on who you want to be surprised, especially if you want to be surprised yourself. With some careful planning and a good accomplice, you can pull off a fabulous party that truly celebrates the child you will be welcoming.Who Will Be Surprised?When you plan a gender reveal party, the first consideration is who you hope to surprise when you discover if the baby is a boy or a girl. If you just want to surprise family members and friends, the planning is less complicated. If you want to be surprised, however, you will need to enlist the help of a close family member or friend who won’t let the secret slip as the planning is underway. Your doctor can help keep the secret by putting the baby’s gender in a sealed envelope you can give to your helper, or you may give the doctor permission to share the secret in person. You might also present that sealed envelope to a baker to create a gender-revealing treat, or otherwise make arrangements for the secret to stay safe even while you plan the party.

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Tips for Planning a Winter Tented Event

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Just because the snow has fallen and the temperatures are dipping, doesn’t mean that you can’t plan a tented event during the winter. In fact, it is becoming a more popular choice among party planners this time of year. If done right, a winter tented event will keep your guests cozy and warm. When utilizing all of the things that rental has to offer, such as sidewalls, heating with thermostat controls, and lighting, your guests will forget they are actually outdoors.When planning your outdoor event this time of year, there are some things to keep in mind. Though the winter may provide a different set of challenges than other seasons, these can still be easily overcome with proper planning.

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Rent What You Need To Make Your Next Tailgate Party A Blast

For most, it happens every fall and lasts through the winter. For others, the fun never ends. They usually occur before football, hockey, baseball, or any one of your favorite sports games. Tailgating began as a social hangout behind cars coupled with good friends, food, and beverages. Some are larger than others, but whether big or small, you are always in for a good time.

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Renting is perfect for spring projects

As the weather gets warmer and winter’s ice and snow fades into chilly memory, we begin to think about opening the house up and doing our spring cleaning. With all of the warm summer months ahead of us and all of the projects we like to accomplish, wouldn’t it be nice to still find the time to enjoy the beautiful weather? Renting the equipment you need to accomplish your spring projects and cleanup will ensure that you’ll have exactly the right tools for the job. You also have the expert advice on getting things done quickly and safely.

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Getting Your Lawn In Shape This Spring

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As you’re looking out your window, coffee cup in hand and all you see is snow I can understand that it must be hard to think about spring and your lawn. Yet, no matter how many feet of snow are still left, you should start giving some thought about getting your lawn into shape this spring. Like all good things, it takes time and preparation to truly see results. If a lawn is not properly prepared for spring, it can lead to poor health of the lawn causing an influx of weeds, brown spots, and even pests. Have no fear; getting your lawn into shape is easier than it sounds.

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Spring Maintenance: What Equipment to Rent for After the Snow Melts

A blanket of snow may be pretty to look at, but what is it covering up? The harsh winter weather takes a toll on the exterior of homes and yards, while much of the damage and debris is hidden until spring. Once the snow melts and the moderate temperatures are upon us again, it is a good time to take a walk around the property. Grab your jacket and a clipboard, if you’d like, before heading out for your stroll. Below, we’ll discuss what to look for on your spring maintenance walkabout.

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