Chair Covers

Chair Cover Rental

A chair cover is a great way to turn an ugly chair into something much more elegant and appealing. At One Dollar Chair Cover Rentals of Chicago our chair cover rental fee is $1.00 when renting 200 or more covers and $1.25 when renting 1-199 covers.  We have white, black, and ivory chairs covers for folding chairs and banquet chairs.

Renting Chair Covers For Your Chicago Area Event Is Easy

Renting chair covers and party equipment for your Chicago area event doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Of all the things you have to do for your event that last thing you should invest a lot of money in are chair cover rentals.

Let One Dollar Chair Covers of Chicago take care of everything for you. All you have to do is pickup your ready to use chair covers 1-2 days before the event and return them 1-2 days after the event at our location in Orland Park. Delivery is also available. You don’t even have to wash them after your event, just place them back in the plastic bin they will be in when you receive them and drop them off. Note: Delivery and pickup is also available

Why Rent Chair Covers?

Renting chair covers for an indoor or outdoor event in Chicago is a simple way to add a lot of character to your event without spending a lot of money. By adding a chair cover to an ugly folding or banquet chair you can make the atmosphere for your event much more appealing. Our chair covers are an easy, cheap way to make your event much nicer. To take it a step further you can rent sashes for only $0.50 each. Tie the sash around the chair covers and you are all set. Our sashes come in a variety of colors so that you can customize the look that you want.

How Will I Receive My Rented Chair Covers?

Your chair covers will come to you folded and placed in plastic bins for easy transportation. We can typically put 50 chair covers in a plastic bin. If you are picking up your chair covers yourself make sure you have enough room in your vehicle for them.

When you are finished using the chair covers just place them (you  don’t have to wash them) back into the container and return them so they can be accounted for.