Tarps Plus, Hurricanes, COVID-19 and What to Expect for the Rest of 2020.

Tarps Plus, Hurricanes, COVID-19 and What to Expect for the Rest of 2020.

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The coronavirus has changed a lot in 2020 pertaining to tarps but we cannot neglect to remember the need for tarps during hurricane season. The official hurricane season starts June 1 until November 30.

The 2020 hurricane forecast according to the NOAA Will be more active than usual. The NOAA predicts 18 name storms, nine hurricanes and four major hurricanes in 2020. The 30-year normalized average is 13 name storms, seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes. This is significantly higher than the 30-year normalized average. The need for tarps to cover roofs after subsequent damage will be essential. The blue poly tarps become hi demand with roofing companies looking to cover roofs after a hurricane compromises roofs on homes and commercial structures. Tarps plus has taken heavy action to stock up on the key sizes in the event a hurricane should strike and leave A high volume of damage and it’s wake United States. The most popular sizes that roofing contractors use range from 16 x 20 to the 40 x 40 blue poly tarps. Tarps plus has stockpiled container loads of these tarps to supply these contractors and agencies for large emergencies.

COVID-19 has spread across the globe and Tarps Plus has implemented decisive safety measures. We practice social distancing to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Sanitize our facility and limit non-essential visits to our headquarters.

Tarps Plus employees are instructed to wash their hands upon every entry and re-entry to the building and before and after package handling.

Abadak Inc. / Tarpsplus.com CEO Michael Stein said, “Our highest priority is to offer they highest quality in what ever we do and that is not limited to just the quality of our tarps but also how we live our lives and interact with our community.”

Tarps Plus specializes in poly tarps, canvas tarps, mesh tarps, custom tarps and tarp covers for various applications.

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