The Espree combines flowing lines with a robust design. Whether you want to impress at a wedding or have room to party all night long, this pole marquee excels.
Easy to put up, and convenient to transport, it's a versatile marquee for hirers or individuals, whether you're just starting out or are a seasoned expert.
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Compares (and in many way improves) against the the most expensive models available in the market. See our specs below for comparison or contact us to discuss
Steel is comparatively more rigid than aluminium, but this strength comes with a weight penalty, meaning the poles will be more challenging to handle and move. Steel needs to be galvanised for outdoor use, but can still leave black marks on material that rubs up against it. It is a cost effective choice for the poles of mass market, budget end marquees.Anodised Aluminium Alloy:
Aluminium is a lighter metal than steel and in order to strengthen aluminium it is combined with a second metal to create an alloy. Aluminium can then be anodised to resist corrosion better than steel, requiring less maintenance. The aesthetic look of anodised aluminium is also another reason it is popular for premium marquees. You will only find anodised large aluminium poles / boxing in premium marquees.
Due to its aesthetic, weight and durability, aluminium comes with a more expensive price tag.
At Crown Canopies we do not use steel poles for the above reasons. Instead we use a hard anodised aluminium alloy for the poles and occasionally use corrosive resistant, zinc plated / galvanised steel parts where we require the strength of steel without adding unnecessary bulk.
This creates an ideal combination of a strong, yet lightweight strucutre which is built to last.