After deciding the style of marquee in which your wedding reception is going to take place, you next need to decide what kind of flooring is going to be inside it. Certainly for a wedding reception generally more than one type of marquee flooring will be used so that various activities are able to take place. In this article we take a brief look at the kinds of flooring now being used to provide a base in a marquee.
When trying to select what type of flooring to have in your marquee you need to make yourself aware of the type of surface on which the marquee is going to be erected. Any company that hires out marquees should be able to lay home flooring on any kind of surface as they will use a sub floor first. This will be constructed from metal and wood and provide a sound base on to which the actual marquee flooring can then be laid evenly.
As well as being quick and simple to lay this type of flooring adds a touch of comfort to those areas of the marquee where guests most generally like to congregate. Also unlike the other types of flooring we look at in this article with carpet you have more colours to choose from and so finding something that fits in with the decor of the marquee is a lot easier.
Although it may not come in a wide variety of different colours as carpets can this type of marquee flooring is just as easy to lay and also looks very stylish. Also with this type of flooring it is far more hardwearing and so is able to cope far better with the large number of people that will spend time walking and standing on it.
Most people will have this type of marquee flooring laid in order to provide a location where their guests have a place to dance if they wish. In most cases because of the decor of the marquee oak plywood boards that interlock are used. However, you can create a more dramatic effect to this area using black and white boards instead.
Just as with wooden flooring before this can be laid the surface on to which it should be placed needs to be as even as it possibly can be. Also this is the kind of marquee flooring that shouldn't be used in the main areas of the marquee but rather say at the entrance or by the bar where lots of people are going to pass through or to spend time at.