Can You Tarp This?

Posted on 31 January 2011

Human capital working inside a plant or on girders fifty floors up.   An 18-wheeler loaded with commodities rumbling down a rain-soaked highway.  Your summer patio furniture.  What do all of these things have in common?  All represent assets: something that you have paid to acquire and no doubt insure; all represent something of value that you wish to protect.   And while the similarities may end there, there is one family of products meticulously engineered to safeguard them all against the elements, both natural and manmade. has them.

The company carries canvas tarps essential to a broad range of industrial, residential, and other applications. Their sturdy canvas varieties are available in four grades, including heavy duty and flame-retardant.  If you don’t find the size that you need among their 450 selections, the company will manufacture custom made tarps to your specifications.  The average turn-around time to receive your order is one week; however, the timeframe may alter slightly, based upon your specifications.

Welding blankets are critical to protecting laborers and surrounding structures and surfaces from molten metal, slag, sparks, and the extreme temperatures associated with the welding process.  Available in various materials (Vermiculite, leather, acrylic, and fiberglass), the type of blanket required will depend upon its application.  If you are unsure, the site contains clear, concise, and perhaps most importantly, honest answers to many questions concerning their full product line, including suggestions and caveats.  If you are more comfortable speaking with a customer service representative, simply call 1-404-551-4347 and a friendly, knowledgeable staff member will be happy to help you.

Unlike so many other companies that have outsourced their manufacturing processes overseas, is loyal to the American workforce.  They use American workers in American plants, and American ingenuity to craft their products to the most exacting standards.  If you need a tarp, is your “go to” source. 

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