St. Joseph, MI, March 24, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Being outside is good for your health and lots of fun. However, when wind speeds increase, conditions can quickly become uncomfortable, unpleasant and unhealthy. High wind speeds can also irritate the skin, causing the outermost layer of skin to slough off, leaving the delicate layers exposed to the elements. In addition, excessive wind can cause the skin to dry out and weaken.
To mitigate these impacts, Tarps Now has developed and offers protective Privacy Fencing Mesh, Hurricane Mesh, Windscreens and Mesh Tarps Materials that deliver significant protection against the damaging force of the wind, making it more comfortable and healthier during ordinary conditions, and especially so, following a natural disaster. Tarps Now recommends securing a supply of tarp materials to secure near term needs, while preparing for the potential of natural disasters. Supplies needed include mesh windscreen, utility ropes, bungee cords or plastic cable ties.
To prepare for such instances, it’s best to determine the prevailing direction of wind, and if it seems to change direction in a predictable manner, work out which way are the most powerful gusts. You’ll want to block the wind from that direction. If you’re camping, you may want to use the natural elements to protect you from the wind along with your windbreak. Look for a glade of trees, the side of a cliff or other sheltered area. Next, you’ll need to work out an anchor to attach the porch wind screen too. Don’t use a vehicle as part of the anchor. It’s very easy for someone to forget that the mesh tarps is tied to the car and drive away. A mature tree is a good anchor. When setting up your wind break, you want the anchors as close to your area as possible. The farther away your patio windscreen is from your campsite, the less protection it offers.
Tie windscreens to the anchors at a 45-degree angle from the ground. You are typically better blocking off a smaller area, rather than trying to block off a larger area. Setting the tarp at an angle allows the wind to flow more natural around the blockade, rather than hitting a barrier. Using bungee cords allows the windscreen to have some give with stronger winds, which should keep it from falling over. Use caution if you are using trees to anchor the material, because you can damage the bark and kill the tree if you tie the line too securely. Plastic cable ties work well to attach screen to fencing, such as for a park or even a baseball field.
While you won’t be able to completely eliminate the wind, you can certainly mitigate its effects. Windscreen Tarps can allow you to build a campfire to stay warm or light a camp stove to cook dinner. Privacy Fencing Tarps can also provide a degree of security even when you’re camping or in your backyard. Windscreens can also protect your home against storm or even hurricane damages. Contact www.tarpsnow.com to learn more and secure needed supplies.
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About Tarps Now®
Tarps Now® features an extensive online catalog of canvas tarps, poly tarps, custom tarps and covers, mesh tarps, vinyl tarps and industrial divider curtains. As specialists in custom, canvas and vinyl tarps, they are the low price leaders in their category. The company offers the convenience of fast, easy, online ordering as well as a knowledgeable staff to guide customers through the specification process insuring their project will be completed on time and in budget. Tarps Now has the experience and scale to insure customer specifications are carefully followed and expectations exceeded, for every project, large or small. Contact www.tarpsnow.com for more information.