Leading U.S. tarp supplier Tarps Plus helps relief areas with canvas tarps and tarp shelters.
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The tarp industry has seen it's shares in ups in downs this year. The leading U.S. tarp supplier Tarps Plus has been working overtime to supply canvas tarps to disaster stricken areas across the globe. All disaster relief teams who help those in need due to natural or man made disasters use canvas tarps and poly tarps. The tarp company has worked hand in hand with many government relief agencies in 2010 and 2011 is turning out to look just as busy. The canvas tarps easily transform right into some temporary shelters for the many of whom have lost their homes and are left homeless. This item turns out to be one great thing to have whenever there are any floods, tornadoes, mudslides and earthquakes. The canvas tarp will then be used to provide the victims with protection against the weather elements until their situation is resolved.
Whenever there are natural disasters taking place anywhere around the world, many homes will become uninhibited. In some cases water and mud can create serous problems for so many as it makes it unsafe and unhealthy for any people to ever return to their of home until the stricken areas are cleaned up. So in such cases as these, these canvas tarps are then used to create some portable structures that will be turned into shelters for those who have no home to return too.
Quite a lot of these types of poly tarps and canvas tarps have side walls that are made of screen netting which can help protect anyone from illnesses like malaria and also it will protect people from insects like mosquitoes. There are also some more walls for the tarps that are made to be more durable and stronger so to protect from strong blowing winds and heavy rain. When these walls are not in use they can be rolled up to allow some cooler breezes to blow through so to prevent any problems with over heating.
Haiti has been an area that still seems to need quite a bit more canvas tarps. A spokes person for Tarps Plus said, "We have loaded up on our canvas tarps to supply more of the disaster areas outside the United States. Many regions outside the America prefer the canvas tarps as oppose to the cheaper poly tarp."
For the many of whom suffered from these natural disasters the canvas tarps can also be used to allow some relief teams to be set up such as a medical team, or an area where food can be served to the many people who suffered the disasters. The emergency teams will be able to work inside of them creating a facility and then serve the people if these disasters.
The canvas tarp can be found almost anywhere that you find a natural or even a man made disaster and they can provide shelter along with other uses of these canvas tarpaulins.