Friday, July 24, 2015

'In Stock

Happy Friday! 

We are running a promotion for our 'In stock' Tents. 
Click the link below to see what's available!

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Destination Travel Magazine!

This article is amazing!
If you have not read it already Destination Travel Magazine has
a huge piece written about glamping and Exclusive Tents!
Check out pages 30 - 45.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Tented Paradise

When considering creating a tented paradise, one has to envision completely what you wish to create from beginning to end. Keeping in mind what you and your clients would like to enjoy in order to make the stay in the tent more of an experience than just a habitation.

Be there natural assets on the land or not to achieve your goals. One must consider how to create some of these assets through landscaping, as well as consider bringing in natural materials such as rocks, trees, ponds and screens to name a few. Sandat Glamping did just that and used bamboo screens between tents to create the privacy, but also planted up a lot of vegetation on either side of the bamboo so that once it has matured, they will remove the bamboo, leaving a living natural separation between their tents.

Exclusive Tents Int. can make your great idea a reality. 'The World Is Our Canvas' and raising the bar is our specialty.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

" No landscape is off limits and no clients vision is impossible."

"Were not here to sell you a tent, we're here to imagine, explore, and help you create your vision of "Living Under Canvas." No landscape is off limits and no clients vision is impossible."

Seeking out the perfect location on your land for your tents or resort is one of the most important tasks at hand. It is crucial to take note of all the natural assets on the property such as rocks, trees, hill's, stream's, and views etc. in order to determine how to best utilize or integrate these in with the resort's development and the positioning of the tents. Should the property have very little naturally, one must consider how to create some of these assets through landscaping, or other avenues. For example Sandat Glamping is one resort that has done really well with this concept. They used bamboo screens between tents to create the privacy but also planted up a lot of vegetation on either side of the bamboo so that once it has matured, they plan on removing the bamboo, leaving a living natural separation between their tents…

Overall it is best to envision what you really wish to create. Natural assets on the land, or not you should really consider what you and your clients would enjoy, and make the stay in the tent nothing less than an experience.

Here at Exclusive Tents ' The World is Our Canvas '

Monday, January 12, 2015

Color Options

Hey Guys,

We hope that you all have had a great start to the 2015 year.
I have personally recently had a few clients interested in knowing which canvas color options are available with our tents.
Well below I have included a picture of my favorite of the colors that we offer with our designs.
Which happens to be… charcoal grey. Other colors that we offer include: coconut, dove, navy, olive, and sand.
If you wish to check out a specific color feel free to contact us directly via email or on our Facebook.
Happy Monday!
And we wish you all a great week ahead.

- ET

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Happy Tuesday!

Happy Tuesday!

I hope that you are all enjoying the week as the holiday rush comes to a close, and with any luck will finally able to settle down and take a few minutes to relax and enjoy some quiet time.
One of the most frequent questions that I get asked almost daily is specific to the frame option's within our tents. And many of you seem to be interested in knowing how to choose the best steel option for your location. So I’ll answer that very simply and efficiently for you. 

We have 3 options to choose from. Choice 1, our most inexpensive choice, Is the galvanized mild steel frame. This option is best for all sites that are not susceptible to higher humidity levels. The mild steel frame is perfect for dryer locations such as: Arizona, USA. Central, Mexico. and most countries in Africa. 

The next grade of steel that we offer for each of our 30+ designs would be the 304 s/s. This is the mid range steel option which is less prone to rusting than the mild steel frame. Which make's this choice perfectly equipped to handle more wet/tropical locations such as Belize, and Costa Rica, along with most of Europe, and Asia’s countries. We do strongly recommend for extra peace of mind and to ensure the longevity of the tent, for less dry locations such as the jungle or rain forest, that clients source locally a rust resistant paint compound. This should be applied periodically or every few years. The latest blog covers in great detail the whole suggested process.

Our last option which is our marine grade steel is the 316 S/s frame and is perfectly equipped for most coastal areas, Including The California Cost, Hawaii, or The Bahamas. The 316 s/s is the most weather resistant, least prone to rusting, and is the highest grade steel that we offer. This is a must for all tent sites that will be in close proximity to the ocean. 

I hope that this helped clarify the different options that we offer, and made it clearer which steel choice is most appropriate for your area.

Cheers to the end of the 2014 year and I hope that each and everyone of you have a safe and enjoyable New Years.

- ET

Friday, August 29, 2014

Tips for Tents

September is right around the corner and yet again the summer has come and gone. It seems that time flies by quicker and quicker with each passing week and with fall closing in, this weeks blog is dedicated to all of our current clients. Everything from your personal health to your families home regardless of the structure require maintenance. And to ensure you get the longest life possible out of your tented retreat proper care is absolutely a must.
         A general rule of thumb to keeping your tent in tip top shape is to run through a visual inspection on a weekly if not daily basis. Observing changes and or irregularities are a must. Ensuring all fabrics are constantly under proper tension and are not becoming baggy, as well as keeping your eyes peeled for any markings such as mold,dirt,or dust will save you a lot of trouble down the road.
        All the fabrics should be under constant tension at all times. Should the fabric become loose and start flapping in the wind, damage may occur to the canvas as well as the frame. However there is a delicate balance between not enough and just the right amount of tensioning. It is also suggested that the tent’s outer canvas be wiped down with a soft sponge and light soap solution to keep the canvas clean and clear of dirt. The tents canvas, along with the windows storm flaps should be sponged down at least once every month or two. 
        We also offer a type of water base paint which we call “canvas compound”  This compound is a concentrate, and is mixed with water and best applied with a soft paintbrush. generally applied every 1-3 years.

        Its important to protect your one of a kind investment and with following these few tips your tent's will last you a lifetime. Living under canvas has never before been able to properly merge luxury and the beauty of nature Until now! With Exclusive Tents ‘The World Is Our Canvas’.