• Boxing Ring Covers and other Sporting Mats

    Watching a boxing match or two you may have heard a phrase similar to “he hit the canvas” or “out before he hit the canvas.” Why is the flooring called this? Well, the surfaces, the Boxing Ring Covers are actually traditionally made of canvas. Other materials such as vinyl now find use in many sporting applications.

    Whether it is for a Boxing Ring (actually a rectangle); an MMA (mixed martial arts) round, square, rectangle, hexagon, or octagon; Wrestling mats; or Martial Arts mat covers; a complete line of professional grade material is available in a variety of sizes and colors for these sports.

    These covers are great for both the “main events” and in the gym for constant workouts. Quality canvas and vinyl covers and mats are strong, durable, and safe containing high end fabric.

    Boxing Ring Covers

    Canvas Covers

    Many sport facilities choose Canvas Boxing Ring Covers for its top of the line materials. Canvas is a little less slippery than other materials adding more safety. The natural fiber look and construction delivers durable wear with lightning quick action. Heavy-duty grommets have equal spacing within the perimeter to help tied down the covers properly. Cutouts with hooks and loops are an option to fit around the vertical posts of the ring.


    Vinyl Covers

    The smooth surface of the heavy-duty Vinyl Covers is made with a vinyl-coated polyester providing an environment that is easy to clean, sanitize, and maintain. The seams have a heat-seal and double needle lock technique adding an extra layer of strength to take pounding after pounding always staying on its feet for a long and productive product life.


    Tarps Now is in Your Corner

    Whatever sport you are involved in whether it is Boxing, MMA, Martial Arts, Wrestling, or some combination of these in your gym, fitness center, or arena, Tarps Now has a wide range of materials, sizes, shapes, and colors in Boxing Ring Covers to best suit the training and main events that you present.

    Call us today at (888) 800-1383 or email us at sales@tarpsnow.com to speak with a championship customer service cornerman to find the best match for your Boxing Ring Covers and Sporting Mats.

  • Finding Truck Tarps and Truck Covers for any Freight Situation

    When the word tarp is comes up the first thing for many that springs to mind is a truck tarp. This is not surprising when there are 33.8 million trucks in the United States carrying a lot of goods. The American Truck Associations (ATA) statistics show that around 71 percent of all freight in this country is hauls on trucks. This amounts to 10.5 billion tons of cargo carried on trucks annually. Much of this freight needs to be covered and secured in one way or another. Matching the amount, diversity, and specialization in the trucking industry, there are a wide variety of products for Truck Tarps and Truck Covers.

    Truck Tarps and Truck Covers are two different classifications that both provide the protection of loads in similar and varying ways.


    Truck Tarps

    The first, truck tarps or tarpaulins are often placed and secured directly on or over the freight with the grommets (eyelets) and tied down with straps, ropes, or cables.

    Because there are countless applications for Truck Tarps, a wide range of standard and custom size options are available to ensure complete and proper covering of the valuable cargo. In addition, a variety of materials match the necessary duties and adverse conditions. These include tarps that are made of effective fabrics including canvas, vinyl, polyethylene, and mesh. Most of these materials also come in a number of colors for safety, identity, brand, and other aesthetic purposes.

    Each has material has their own characteristics. Many share similar attributes including strength durability along with features such as UV ray, abrasion, tear, mildew, and or mold resistance. Some truck tarps also have coatings or additives that provide additional valuable protection including waterproof, puncture resistant, and fire and flame-retardant benefits.

    A couple of popular Truck Tarp for heavily hauled products include Flatbed/Lumber Tarps and Steel/Hauler Truck Tarps.


    Truck Covers

    Although they are still tarps, we will call Truck Covers a subcategory. These tarps or covers are usually fit and apply to specific trucks for more specialized types of freight and loads. Examples of this are Asphalt RFL Truck, Roll-Off, Smoke, Coil, Nursery, and Transfer Trailers.

    Truck Covers are from the same materials appearing in the Truck Tarp section of this article. These also provide the protection necessary from the proper fabrics ensuring that the loads arrive at their destination in the same condition as when they begun.



    Tarps Now has the Truck Tarps and Truck Covers for your need

    Tarps Now has the widest selection of Truck Tarps and Truck Covers in the industry. We can supply most standard and custom freight covering needs. Contact us at (888) 800-1383 or sales@TarpsNow.com to speak with an experienced team member to talk about tarps.

  • A wide range of Athletic Field Covers exit for outdoor sports

    Chances are that you have watched a major league baseball game on television or even in person, when a rain storm develops halting play. You then marvel as the numerous members of the grounds crew jump out and in unison quickly pull a huge tarp over the infield to keep it dry during the downpour. Although the teamwork of the crew is entertaining, the actual star is the tarp itself in protecting the field. Not just baseball, but most outdoor sports utilize Athletic Field Covers to help maintain and guard the field surfaces and sidelines.

    Whether it is youth leagues, high school sports, college teams, major league baseball, or the NFL, a lot of time, labor, and money is invested in the development and maintenance of these fields. The upkeep and safeguarding of these surfaces are a matter of safety, quality play, and pride in good conditions. A wide range of tarps and covers are available to cover areas as small as the pitcher’s mound to an entire football field.

    Field Covers Athletic Field Covers

    These Athletic Field Covers for sports such as baseball, softball, football, soccer, tennis, golf, and tack and field are offered in a range of materials including vinyl and polyethylene to match the protection, strength, and duty necessary. Many tarps include perimeter webbing and webbing pull handles to make them easier for grounds crews to control and carry. Field Storage Rollers are available for conveniently holding the covers off to the side ready for the next rain or protection between games.

    The covers are waterproof and durable while also being UV ray, abrasion, tear, mildew, and rot resistant. They are available in a spectrum of colors to match the team colors. Graphic design options are present for many of the products. The secondary function of being able to utilize these tarps in the organization’s branding is always a valuable tool.

    Athletic Field Covers Benefits:

    • - Outdoor sports include Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Football, Tennis, Track & Field, Golf
    • - Variety of materials, grades, weights, and colors
    • - Lightweight for fast and trouble-free handling
    • - Strong, durable, and flexible
    • - Waterproof
    • - UV, Tear, Abrasion, Mildew, and Rot resistant
    • - Webbing perimeter handle options
    • - Graphic Design options are available for branding
    • - Made in the USA


    Tarps Now is on the Field

    Tarps Now can cover just about any outdoor sporting surface with our Athletic Field Covers. With the widest range of materials, grades, and colors available, we are your teammate in covering your fields. Please contact us at either (888) 800-1383 or sales@TarpsNow.com today. You can speak with an experienced customer service team member to help find the best uniform for your athletic field.


  • Storing Your Tarps

    Proper preparation and storing your tarps can protect and extend the life of these coverings.

    As the weather starts to turn cooler and winter approaches it is the time of the year for many around the country when tools, equipment, and supplies are put away for the coming months to save and preserve these items. This holds true for tarps and covers. With some preparation, storing your tarps can be easy and beneficial.

    You have invested in canvas, vinyl, poly, and mesh tarps to shield, guard, cover, and protect your possessions or areas. It is worth the effort that they receive the necessary cleaning, maintenance, and storage. A little tender loving care will help them be ready for the next season or whenever they are needed again.

    Just a few easy steps and a bit of time can mean the difference in ensuring the future effectiveness and usefulness of these tarps. Cleaning, drying, repairing, folding, and a safe storage location will go a long way when they are not in use.

    Storing Your Tarps Tips For Storing Your Tarps

    Cleaning Your Tarps

    The first thing to do in the storage process is to clean your tarps. You do not want to store these dirty. This will compromise the material, lead to mold, and create odor.

    Lay out the cover and gently remove excess dirt or other substances. Then with a tarp cleaning product for specialized fabric or soap and water, clean both side of the tarp. Make sure you do not scrub too harshly, as some treated materials such as fire retardant coatings can be compromised. Completely rinse off all soap.

    Drying The Tarps

    As important and possibly more than the cleaning, is the drying of the covers. Hang them or spread them out over items to keep them off the ground to ensure complete drying on both sides. Flip the tarps to help the speed of the drying.

    It is vital for the tarps to be completely dry before storing. Wet or damp covers that make it to storage will develop mold, mildew, and unpleasant odors. The dampness can also contribute to damage from the water or mold.


    While the tarps are completely dry and still spread out, it is a good time to inspect for damage or weakening areas. Once a repair occurs, make sure any tarp glue/cement applied is dry (most tarp glues dry extremely quick) or tarp repair tape is properly applied and not loose or folded..

    Fold or Roll Tarps

    After cleaning, drying, and repairing the tarps, the next task to do is fold or roll them. Neatly fold the tarps for orderly stacking and storage. If the coverings are a heavy material or bulky, tightly rolling the tarps is a suggestion. Do not bunch or cram the covers into a space. This can lead to tears and rips along with unnecessary creases and wrinkles.


    Finally, the main course of this undertaking. Once you clean, dry, repair, and fold or roll your tarps it is time for safekeeping in storing your tarps. Depending how long you will be putting the coverings away may determine where you are going to store them for a matter of convenience or necessity.

    Whether you are storing for a few weeks or many years, the critical aspect to keep in mind is that tarps should be kept in cool and dry area. Avoid heat, humidity, and direct sunlight (UV rays). Exposure to these hazards will contribute to damage and the weakening of the fabric, protective features, and coatings.

    Tarps can be stored in basements, garages, storage buildings, attics, utility rooms, storage areas, stock rooms, warehouses, or wherever else you can find that is useful. The keys, once again, are to make sure areas selected maintain a cool and dry area protected from heat, humidity, and sunlight as well as not be exposed to other materials that may be damp or wet, corrosive, or dirty. Try to keep the tarps off the ground and away from walls.


    Tarps require a considerable investment in the protection of your items, spaces, and people. A little of your time in preparing and storing tarps will help make sure they live up to their usefulness and then some. Neglecting anything will limit and prevent effectiveness. These steps just take a little time and effort for long and extended product life.

    Feel free to contact Tarps Now at (888) 800-1383 or sales@TarpsNow.com to speak with an experienced representative about storing your tarps or anything to do with tarps, covers, and accessories.

  • Diverse Product and Uses for Construction Tarps

    Construction in the United States is a $1.2 trillion Industry. By far this one of the largest markets in the world. Whether it is the building of a single home or erecting skyscrapers or creating new interstate highways, the need to protect structures, material, property, workers, and the general public is paramount. A wide spectrum of Construction Tarps and Cover products are available to shield, safeguard, and defend the sites, equipment, and people in and around these locations.

    From the most basic of tarps for standard covering to the most specialized in protection, construction projects are covered. A host of products exists that benefit and provide effective tools for the construction industry

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    Types of Construction Tarps

    Temporary Building Enclosure Tarps

    Temporarily covering the outside of buildings during construction, Enclosure Tarps protect against weather conditions, the precipitation and wind while also creating a barrier between the work site and the public. Versions of this classification of cover are Hoarding Tarps, Enclosure Tarps, and Airbag Containment Tarps.


    Containment Tarps

    When undertaking a containment project or installing coverings more permanently for storage purposes, Containment Tarps play an important role in shielding the mentioned areas from damage and deterioration. These are created as both heavy duty and durable while at the same time lightweight for convenience. Airbag Containment Tarps, Mesh Containment Tarps, Sandblasting Containment Tarps, Bridge Containment Tarps, and Paint Containment Tarps are examples of this type of protection.


    Scaffold Sheeting/Scaffold Tarps

    These all-purpose coverings create climate enclosures to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for workers in every season and during extreme weather. Uses include all-purpose general construction, building tarps, scaffold tarps, weather and wind protection, and job site safety. Examples are Vinyl Building Enclosure Tarps, Green and Blue Scaffold Debris Netting.


    Concrete Curing Blankets

    Providing insulation for concrete work on any job site. Concrete Curing Blankets deliver maximum temperature gain from solar heat in addition to helping the interior layers maximize R values.


    Safety Debris Netting

    Job sites have a variety of areas including zones that include dangers. Safety Netting is essential to help protect and maintain the well-being of workers. Safety Netting is quite strong and used in applications such as being strung across elevated areas with fall hazards, as rails and fencing, and in securing material on site or in transit.


    Construction Scaffold Debris Netting

    Construction Scaffold Debris Netting guards against debris, precipitation, wind, dust, and dirt. Its uses include safety netting, protecting fence lines, generating shade, and as landscaping netting.


    Orange Barrier Fencing/Safety Snow Fencing

    Strong and flexible in form and function, Orange Barrier Fencing sees uses as a variety of safety applications. Around construction sites, road construction areas, landscaping, sporting events, concerts, festivals, or just about anywhere a temporary and economical barrier can be used. This fencing is also great for snowy situations. It can help control and manage drifting, blowing snow utilized along parking lots, roads, and paths. The bright fluorescent color of the mesh material is instantly noticeable from great distances alerting people to safety situations.


    Lifting Tarps/Debris and Snow Tarps

    Be it construction or roof repairs or snow on the job site, the work is not complete until things clean up and the debris hauled away. A variety of strong, effective, and affordable tarps are available that are ideal in containing, lifting, and moving the stuff that accumulates.


    Basic Tarps and Covers as Construction Tarps

    The simplest of things often serve the biggest benefits. Depending on the section, the job, or the situation, a wide variety of tarps and covers in fabrics exists. Materials such as Vinyl, Canvas, Poly, and Mesh handle protective functions around the construction site including covering materials. Other tasks include protecting from paint, covering gaps, creating temporary wall/curtain sections, providing welding shields, and carrying debris and supplies.


    Tarps Now knows the importance of the construction industry. We provide a complete line of Construction Tarps in a variety of standard and custom sizes, grades, colors, and weights. Offering the widest selection of these products to companies, municipalities, and individuals from the smallest repair to the largest multi-phase project, people know where to go. Call us today at (888) 800-1383 to discuss your Construction Tarps needs.


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