Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Happy Tuesday

Happy Tuesday

Here at Exclusive Tents International one of our favorite things to do is exceed expectations. We know that each and every one of our clients are creative and have very unique ideas. We thrive on making your dreams become reality.

When working with Exclusive Tents International not only are you receiving a superior product, but your working with a wholesome, responsible, knowledgeable and superior company. Whether you're ordering a single tent for your back yard or you're building a 5 star resort, you'll always have the entire Exclusive Tents team behind you. We have engineers, interior designers, architects, set up specialists, consultants, and many other associates available to ensure that all of your needs are met and exceed expectations.
Once the project begins we will work with you step by step from beginning to end to ensure your vision becomes a reality.

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.

Read more on the story of Exclusive Tents here  " http://www.exclusivetents.com/about.htm " 


- ET

Friday, May 16, 2014

Sinya on Lone Man Creekin Austin Texas

Check out this amazing aerial footage taken @ Sinya on Lone Man Creekin Austin Texas. It features the Bububu Tent which is one of our more popular designs.

"When 5 stars just isn't enough"

"When 5 stars just isn't enough"

This weeks blog is going to be geared towards something completely different than normal. We want to take the time and express the essence of what motivates us to create the most durable, beautiful, and desired tents in the world. On a regular basis we're asked to compare our tents' performance against other fabric structures and even whether or not an Exclusive Tent can hold its own when placed up against other conventional living structure's. Rather than breaking this down and comparing engineering strengths of this material vs. that metal blah blah blah, we thought it would be more fun to approach this from a more personal and passionate point of view.

Travelers no longer want to stay in boxy rooms with yellow dim lighting that completely isolates them from the destination they spent so long traveling to reach. The concept of brick and mortar style buildings being the only way to experience luxury is an out dated concept. Travelers want to bond with their destinations and create a long lasting experience. The saying 'less is more' seems simple, but that concept is what truly inspires us here at Exclusive Tents. We aspire to make tents that connect you with your destination and the environment on a more personal level. Don't hide from environment, embrace it!

In short, do we make the best tents in the world? Yes!
Do we do it with passion and innovation? Yes!
Are they better than normal structures? We think so :)

Normally we're the once's answering the questions, but for this week we want to ask you something: Are you ready to settle for " Normal " OR is " Living Under Canvas " just what you and your guests have been longing for?

- ET

Friday, May 2, 2014

Aluminum V Steel

Happy May!

The weekend is here yet again, and this year seems to be flying by very quickly. I hope that you are all just as excited to see what the rest of the year may hold as we are. 

There are many different materials that have been used to frame tents throughout time, and I thought I would do a blog on a topic that seems to be a growing concern with the rise of glamping resorts as of the past few years. "You pay for what you get" is something very true in the tent industry, and Exclusive Tents with being the worlds leader in canvas structures chooses only steel framing vs other such materials like aluminum and here is why. 

First and foremost no frame is more durable than steel. It can ding, scratch, dent, and even bend and still retain structural integrity. When cared for steel frames can last a lifetime.

The same isn't true for aluminum. Aluminum is more brittle, so it's more susceptible to failure through fatigue and damage. A single dent in the wrong place could render an aluminum frame unsafe and useless. And when aluminum fails, it fails catastrophically.

We use high quality steel frames for the same reason every high-end contractor uses steel to build custom homes and buildings. There are no sky scrapers or large custom houses that use aluminum for structural integrity. This is because aluminum does not meet a high enough standard in quality or reliability.

We have done extensive research on aluminum framing for our tents, but after years of research and testing in laboratories and in the field we have definitively found aluminum to be substandard in comparison.

Thanks for reading and don't forget to check out www.exclusivetents.com to see what life under canvas is all about.


- ET