As hurricane season enters in full effect. Tarps Plus transfers massive amounts of hurricane tarps from there, California facility to Texas. The mass exodus of poly tarps is essential for the hurricane stricken zones to be ready. Tarps Plus' new Texas facility warehouse all of the hurricane poly tarps. This places the tarps close to areas that are most likely going to be hit with a hurricane, which enables the company to save customers time and money, as well as assuring the tarps get to hurricane victims rapidly.Tarps Plus founder and CEO Michael Stein said, "We want to be the absolute leader in supplying hurricane tarps and in order to do that we need to make sure that we have more tarps at the best price closest to the areas where hurricanes will most likely strike."The completion of the Texas location is scheduled for the middle of December, but tarps are being staged their in the event if a hurricane should strike in the Gulf or the Atlantic. We are Texas is approximately 25 miles North of Austin, Texas. The tarp facility is below what is called tornado alley and above hurricane zones, which assures the tarps will be safe, but yet the closest area to warehouse.