Protect Construction Tools in Between Job Site Runs with Truck Tarps

Posted by CanopiesAnd Tarps on Apr 16th 2014

We all know that spring weather has a history of being unpredictable at best. It could be pouring down rain one minute and windy the next. So when moving from one job site to another, its important to protect your expensive tools from Mother Natures fury right? After all, no one wants to work with a rusty sawzall or hand tools.

In our experience, one of the best ways to achieve maximum tool protection is to invest in waterproof, poly trucktarps. Poly truck tarps are traditionally manufactured out of reinforced, laminated, heavy-duty polyethylene. They sport a tear resistant, 14 x 14 cross weave and 12 mil. thickness. So theyll hold up no matter what man or Mother Nature dishes out.

On top of that, each oil and UV resistant truck tarp is outfitted with beefy, metal D rings and evenly spaced, rust resistant grommets. The tie-down compatible grommets appear every 18 inches and the D-rings run in 2 foot intervals. Thus, fastening the abrasion resistant tarps to the truck in a secure fashion will be a cake walk.

Once securely attached to the trucks, the tarps will definitely help to keep tools and other cargo safe from the elements. To protect them from potential, transient shifting damage too, consider pairing the poly truck tarps with cargo netting, bed liners and bed mounted tool boxes. You can find those three items at most major truck retailers.

As for the poly truck tarps, youll find a wide assortment of them on offer at Canopies and Tarps. The tarps range in size from 07 x 09 to 11 x 24. Each one comes in basic black, which will help to hide the appearance of everyday road dust and organic debris. To learn more about them and secure a few before your next construction job begins, pleasecontact usat (877) 811-3911. When you do, be sure to inquire about our welding blankets, grinding curtains, machine covers and roofers tear-off tarps too.