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Home Bar Hire

Hiring a Marqee and Need a Mobile Bar? We have it covered! Make your Party or event an enormous success. The bar is one of the most important parts of providing a memorable experience for all guests and our mobile bar hire packages can be tailored to your needs. Our highly trained bar and cocktail staff will provide you and your guests with a smooth, professional service. more info   We also provide mobile bar hire packages for Engagements,  Birthday Parties, in fact, any type of indoor or outdoor events. Some of our services include Unlimited Bar Service, Pre-Paid Bars  and our fabulous Martini Receptions. No matter the size of your event, big or small, we can make it a fantastic success. Crush Cocktail Mobile Bars have the experience to surpass all your expectations and make your event something to remember.

Home Bar Hire

We have it covered! Make your Party or event an enormous success. The bar is one of the most important parts of providing a memorable experience for all guests and our mobile bar hire packages can be tailored to your needs. Our highly trained bar and cocktail staff will provide you and your guests with a smooth, professional service. more info   We also provide mobile bar hire packages for Engagements,  Birthday Parties, in fact, any type of indoor or outdoor events. Some of our services include Unlimited Bar Service, Pre-Paid Bars  and our fabulous Martini Receptions. No matter the size of your event, big or small, we can make it a fantastic success. Crush Cocktail Mobile Bars have the experience to surpass all your expectations and make your event something to remember.

Home Bar Hire

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We offer glass hire for your special event, this includes wine, water and champagne flutes all at 20p each. We are also offering reception drinks Pimms, Prosecco and sparkling wine from £1.50 ph. We have a new portable bar that you can hire for your garden parties or parties. This is 2ft x 2ft bar with a built in beer pump and cooler. It also has the option for 4 optics. Prices for this start at £175 which includes an 88 pint keg of Fosters!!! Give us a call for more details.

Home Bar Hire

When putting in a home bar, you initially have three basic options. You can purchase and install a Ready-To-Assemble (RTA) home bar, build a custom bar yourself, or hire a contractor to do the custom job for you. The right option for you depends on the amount of free time you have, the amount money you’re looking to spend, how handy you are, the time frame in which you want to complete the project, how many capable buddies you have, who might be willing to help, and some other important factors.

Home Bar Hire

When putting in a home bar, you have three options: purchase and install a Ready-To-Assemble (RTA) home bar, build a custom bar yourself, or hire a contractor to do the custom job for you. There are many factors that come into play in this decision making process. The route you take will depend on the amount of free time you have, the amount money you have to spend, how handy you are, your time frame, etc. Below are some things to consider when you weigh your options.

Home Bar Hire

Hiring a Contractor For large or complex bar projects, you’ll probably want to seriously think about hiring a general contractor. A home bar has many facets and could require the expertise of several different craftsmen. A contractor will handle all the plumbing, electrical, carpentry, permits (if needed) and cleanup. A contractor can also work with you on design and will alert you to any potential problems and/or concerns. Most likely he will get the job done quickly, with minimal stress on your end. Before you begin, get a few estimates. They are typically free and you will have greater bargaining power on price in the end if you do. Have your wish list ready in writing, so that neither you, nor the contractor, overlooks anything. Take our layout and design advice, sketching out your ideas and plans, and have these ready as well. Once you receive your estimates read them over carefully! A good estimate will include: a contract price breakout total cost payment terms Make sure every element that you want in your bar is included in the estimate, before you select the right contractor for the job. Once you select a contractor, make sure you discuss a time line for bar completion. Have the contractor include this date in the contract, along with a penalty clause if it’s not met. Most reputable contractors will do this. Beware of the guy who has six jobs going at once! You want your contractor to show up everyday and get the job done. It is wise to purchase all of the sinks and large-scale items that you will need for your bar, before your contractor begins on your project! Don’t let the contractor guess on sizing – have all of items at your house. This will eliminate unpleasant surprises and greatly reduce the potential for screw-ups.

Home Bar Hire

Building the Bar Yourself If you’re up for the challenge, building your own bar can be a very rewarding experience! If you’re fairly handy or have fairly handy friends who might be willing to work for beer, your home bar project could be a damn good time. Here’s some real life bar building advice, learned from our experience: Make like a boy scout and be prepared! Get everything you need before you break out the hammers. Plan, measure and then build. It never hurts to have extra materials on hand. Mistakes and surprises happen and when they do, having extra pieces and parts available can save a lot of headaches. Seriously. Don’t be ruled by dollars alone. Staying within your budget is important, but quality is important too! Inexpensive components don’t always last and when you need to fix or replace them, you’re losing valuable time that could be spent relaxing at your bar. Give your friends a place to rest! Arm rests and Back to Top

Home Bar Hire

Once you have your home bar constructed, you'll need a place for people to sit. There are many varieties and sizes of Bar Stools, and they range in cost from very reasonable to quite expensive. You will first need to determine if you want Wood Bar Stools or Metal Barstools. If your bar is the standard 42″ you will most likely want 30″ Bar Stools.

Designer Metal Bar Stools If your home bar has more of a contemporary feel, you may want to use Metal Bar Stools that have a sleeker look to complement your bar. As with the wood bar stools, there are many different styles and sizes available. Generally, these designer metal stools are made to order. They also have a lead-time of 4 – 8 weeks, possibly even a bit longer.

Metal Arm Rests Some people prefer metal arm rests which are available in several finishes because they better capture the “feel”of their bar. There are 3 components to the metal arm rest system: the rail, the bracket, and the end caps. First, the rail extends the length of the bar and gives people something to lean on. The brackets are used to connect the rails to the bar and hold the rail up. The brackets should be installed at least ever 4' to make sure the rails don't bed. To make sure your bar looks polished, the end caps go on both ends of the rail to complete the picture of you as swanky bar owner. .

FREE Bar Rent A Bar is free of charge. Where is the catch? There isn’t. All we ask is that we have a minimum take over the bar of £500 throughout the event. That is only 100 people spending £5 each which isn’t a lot. For this we will apply and pay for the licence, have a fully stocked bar with a team of professional staff waiting to serve you. All you need to do is send us your £100 deposit cheque and providing the event takes £500, this will be returned at the end of the event.

Metal Foot Rails Foot rails are an amazing add-on to your bar. They add a touch of class that will truly set your bar apart from other home bars. Foot rails, or bar rails as some call them, are available in many different styles and finishes. The most popular are brass foot rails, but for outdoor use we recommend stainless steel foot rails for added durability. Just like the metal arm rests, there are three components of the foot rail system: the railing, the bracket and the end caps.

Laying out the design of your home bar is where it all starts to come together. Going through this planning process will help you know what size bar your space can accommodate, what type of bar furniture and beer refrigeration you will need, as well as how long this project may take.

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