Getting event hire delivered to Ince-in-Makerfield is easy. Choose the products you want using our online catalogue, check they’re in stock and build your order and check out - any time, any device, anywhere.
Ince-in-Makerfield (or as it is commonly known, Ince) is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester. Ince was home to a railroad wagon works opened in 1870s, which built and repaired wagons until it's closure in 1980. The town is home to a number of listed buildings, including Peel Hall and Peel Cottage which dates back to the 14th or 15th century, and the Britannia Bridge and flight of seven locks which were built in 1816.
We're proud to deliver event hire to Ince-in-Makerfield. Some of the items we can deliver include:
When you’re hosting an outdoor event like a fete or a streetfood stall, having some space under cover can be really useful. A pop up gazebo for hire can make the difference between a successful event and one that is victim to rain showers that often blight the Manchester summer.
While we don’t offer marquees, we do offer large gazebos for hire which are commercial in nature and perfect for big outdoor events. All gazebos come with side walls and weights, so there is no need to worry about sourcing accessories.
Unlike a party tent for hire you might see on some sites, our gazebos are specifically designed for commercial usage with a durable covering and sturdy poles. While this means that they’re not suitable for formal events it does also mean that they’re not cheap and flimsy. They’re also incredibly easy to erect – simply telescope the frame apart until it reaches full size, extend the legs and then put the cover on top.
Sometimes linen hire can be an afterthought for people planning events but often it’s the finishing detail that makes everything work. Linen for hire is especially important for events like weddings and banquets, but in reality any event where tables need covering will require some kind of linen.
It’s possible to rent linen in a whole range of colours and sizes, and a quick look in our catalogue will show just how much there is to offer. It can be a little bit daunting to know what size linen to get, especially if you’ve never hired it before but it doesn’t have to be that way.
On each product description we advise what type of table the linen will fit so you know if it is right for you. You can also go to our table hire pages to check the recommended linen for your size of table.
Table hire comes in a wide range of heights and sizes to match all kinds of occasions. We’ve built a large range with everything from traditional trestle tables all the way up to designer meeting tables for those elite meeting spaces – all delivered throughout the Manchester, Liverpool and Lancashire area seven days a week.
Getting the right size of table doesn’t need to be difficult. When browsing our furniture hire catalogue, the most important thing to consider when getting tables for hire is the height. We rent tables which are three different heights; poseur, banqueting and coffee. Poseur tables are the tall tables that one might see at a bar or contemporary meeting space and are often paired with bar stools. Coffee tables are known for being low and are for relaxed spaces with sofas and armchairs.
In the middle are banqueting tables, which are one of our most frequently hired product. These are designed for sitting and eating at and are often hired for functions such as weddings and banquets. They come in different shapes and sizes, enabling customers to choose which best fits their event space. Our product pages will advise how many can sit around each and suggest the best size of linen for each.
Big outdoor events often feature a barbecue as a quick and easy way of offering food. While a garden party can get away with a small bbq set, for our commercial customers proper barbecue hire is needed.
The barbecues for hire we have in stock have been chosen with large events in mind and can feed hundreds of guests without a problem. The Cinders barbecue is an industry standard, featuring two cooking areas which makes having a separate vegetarian menu a much simpler task. We also stock gas bottles and wrenches so customers can be sure they have everything they need to get grilling.
Working out delivery costs is easy with Expo Hire; simply use our carriage calculator to find which of our branches is near to you. Tap your postcode in and it will confirm not only whether we cover that postcode or not, but also which of our 11 branches is closest to you and the cost for delivery from that branch, as well as the list of possible extra charges.
Once you have filled your basket and confirmed your delivery dates and postcode in the checkout, we will show you an itemised cost for delivery so you know exactly what you’re paying for before you place your order.
Want to know when your delivery is coming? You can track your driver using our real time maps on the day of delivery and collection. Simply enter your postcode and order number into our order tracking page and find out when our driver will be with you. You can also use the link we send you by automated text.
Planning a large event and worried about securing your event hire booking early? At Expo Hire North West we’re here to help you. If your hire charge is over £500, you can now book your hire equipment with just a 25% deposit, paying the remainder up to 28 days prior to delivery. Full details are available in our terms and conditions.
Standard Mon-Fri carriage cost based on a route mileage of around 23 miles each way from our Manchester depot