Hurricane Damages Creating Extraordinary Demand for Heavy Duty Tarps

Company Expands of Product Offerings of Industrial Grade Heavy Duty Tarps and Coverings

St. Joseph, MI, September 23, 2018 --( The effects of Hurricane Florence have been wide and far reaching, with 37 deaths and billions of dollars in damages recorded to date. Making matters worse, historical trends indicate there’s 40% probability that tropical storm activity will remain at current levels November 30th.

With ongoing disaster recovery operations from Hurricane Florence throughout the Eastern United States now moving into high gear, Tarps Now® is now operating a peak demand levels to meet the unprecedented surge in demand for Heavy Duty Tarps, Plastic Sheeting and other materials needed to meet demand where hurricanes have left many homeowners with damaged roofs.

Repairs to these roofs can take time, and homeowners know that it’s critical mitigate additional damage that could result from rain as soon as possible after gaining access to the home so that homeowners can install heavy tarps over the damaged area until such time insurance proceeds and contractors are available.

Where custom tarp fabrication is needed for extensive recovery projects, Tarps Now® offers a convenient custom tarp ordering application on it’s website, with order processing routed electronically to facilitate rapid fabrication and shipment.

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About Tarps Now®

Tarps Now® features an extensive online catalog of canvas tarps, poly tarps, custom 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.
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Michael Dill