Shrimp Boil Party Theme in Austin

Shrimp Boils make for an Awesome Party Theme!  RENT everything you need to have a Shrimp Boil in Austin for $40

With a sense of adventure and the equipment below you can throw a great shrimp boil.

Bundle Includes:

– Pot with Strainer

– Burner

– Propane Tank

– 6 foot table

– Scooper

– Large Ice Chest

Rent it

How to Cook Shrimp Like a Pro:

Boil the water and seasonings (we recommend Slap Ya Mama).  Add potatoes and cook for 5 minutes. Add onions and sausage and cook for an additional 15 minutes.  Add corn and cook another 10 minutes.  Add the shrimp and cook 3 minutes and then pull all the ingredients out in the strainer. See more details here.

It would cost you $250 to purchase everything in the bundle, plus, you’d have to figure out where to store it.  And the best part…

when you rent instead of buy, you get access to the things you want without consuming more of the Earth’s resources.

Rent it

 

 

 

 

If this isn’t exactly what you want, visit www.loanables.com to search other options or email info@loanables.com to design a custom bundle that fits your needs!

Medical tent
20 x 30
Starting at $400
20 x 40
Starting at $550
20 x 60
Starting at $1100
Custom Sizes
Starting at $100
Request a quote

Other rentals for field hospitals

GeneratorGenerators
Starting at $90
LightingTent Lighting
Starting at $10
Climate controlClimate Control
Starting at $150
Tables and chairsTables & chairs
Starting at $1.00
Request a quote

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I use a party tent as a medical tent?

Yes, the same tents used for parties and events can be used to create field hospitals and drive thru screening tents.

What is a temporary hospital?

A temporary hospital is a structure that is deployed when there is a surge in need for hospital beds and the permanent structure is overcrowded. Temporary hospitals are also called field hospitals or mobile medical units or triage tents.

How is the temporary medical tent secured?

If the tent is set up on grass, it can be staked into the ground. If it is set up in a parking lot or on concrete, it can be secured with sandbags or water barrels.