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Heavy Duty Tarps

If we at eCanopy.com haven't learned anything else from our many years in the tarp business, we've learned that heavy duty situations call for heavy duty tarps. It may sound simple, but just wait until you start a project only to figure out midway through that you don't have enough tarp for the job. You'd be surprised how quickly most people change their minds about heavy duty tarps when the bottom rips out of their lightweight tarp.
By Jack from GA on March 31, 2013
I have a boat dock with A frame that uses fence post aluminum poles. I would like to replace the tarp with something that can be hooked to the aluminum poles with the small bungee tarp cords. What do you recommend?
By Magan B. on April 1, 2013

Answer:
If you wish to use bungees, we recommend a tarp with grommets. You will find this feature on most of the tarps we carry under the features section of each item if it is available.

By Mark from Ramona, CA. on April 6, 2013
I've been using a UV resistant poly tarp to cover my hay bales, which are always exposed to the sun and rain. It's only 5 months old, but already begun to wear under the weather. Which of your tarps would be best for the job?
By Dawn H. on April 8, 2013

Answer:
Any of our heavy duty tarps would work but we would recommend one of the sun shield tarps.

By Mike from TX on April 9, 2014
I need three 8' x 100' UV resistant heavy duty tarps. To line my irrigation ditch. Can you make these for me?
By Justin R. on April 9, 2014

Answer:
As we are only an online dealer and not a manufacturer, we are unable to make any custom tarps at this time.

By Paul G. from Beverly Hills, Florida on May 9, 2014
Is there a tarp made which will last longer than a few week/months in the Florida sun?
Needed for an emergency roof cover, until permanent repair can be afforded.
I am 67, handicapped, with no help, so a tarp is all I can handle right now.
And, no, the off the shelf lightweight, even the "heavy duty UV resistant" type will not hold up.
By Collin C. on May 12, 2014

Answer:
The highest quality tarp that we carry is Polytuf Super SunShield line, such as the Polytuf Super SunShield UVI Tarp - 16 Foot x 20 Foot. While they have a higher initial cost, their fabric weight is nearly 4 times higher than standard tarps and they are extremely UV resistant. Because of your location, this would be the best product to use.

By Jack from GA on March 31, 2013
I have a boat dock with A frame that uses fence post aluminum poles. I would like to replace the tarp with something that can be hooked to the aluminum poles with the small bungee tarp cords. What do you recommend?
By Magan B. on April 1, 2013

Answer:
If you wish to use bungees, we recommend a tarp with grommets. You will find this feature on most of the tarps we carry under the features section of each item if it is available.

By Mark from Ramona, CA. on April 6, 2013
I've been using a UV resistant poly tarp to cover my hay bales, which are always exposed to the sun and rain. It's only 5 months old, but already begun to wear under the weather. Which of your tarps would be best for the job?
By Dawn H. on April 8, 2013

Answer:
Any of our heavy duty tarps would work but we would recommend one of the sun shield tarps.

By Mike from TX on April 9, 2014
I need three 8' x 100' UV resistant heavy duty tarps. To line my irrigation ditch. Can you make these for me?
By Justin R. on April 9, 2014

Answer:
As we are only an online dealer and not a manufacturer, we are unable to make any custom tarps at this time.

By Paul G. from Beverly Hills, Florida on May 9, 2014
Is there a tarp made which will last longer than a few week/months in the Florida sun?
Needed for an emergency roof cover, until permanent repair can be afforded.
I am 67, handicapped, with no help, so a tarp is all I can handle right now.
And, no, the off the shelf lightweight, even the "heavy duty UV resistant" type will not hold up.
By Collin C. on May 12, 2014

Answer:
The highest quality tarp that we carry is Polytuf Super SunShield line, such as the Polytuf Super SunShield UVI Tarp - 16 Foot x 20 Foot. While they have a higher initial cost, their fabric weight is nearly 4 times higher than standard tarps and they are extremely UV resistant. Because of your location, this would be the best product to use.


Heavy duty tarps are perfect for covering things of odd sizes or dimensions or dragging things like leaves or yard clippings on mowing day. We carry canvas tarps, sunproof tarps for UV protection, and tarps with reinforced grommets and corners. We even have heavy duty canvas drop cloths that are perfect for painting and perfect for using again and again.

Clearly there are plenty of applications where a lighter weight tarp is all you need (we carry those, too, by the way). For those situations where a little more muscle is required, though, a heavy duty tarp is the only viable solution. Whether you're covering equipment for quite a while, dragging limbs, or protecting hay bales, eCanopy.com's heavy duty tarp store is the place to find what you need for less.

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