Tarpaulins or tarps are truly versatile materials and are used in variety of applications and environment—from livestock shade structures to tents and more. Some high quality tarps are even laden with features such as flame retardant, water resistant, mold and mildew resistant and so on. The quality of the tarps usually dictates its price, as well as the fabric gauge—the higher the fabric gauge number is, the more durable the tarp will be. Aside from these, the various features as mentioned earlier and the size of the tarp will influence the price to some degree as well.
Another common use of tarpaulins is as truck coverings. They are used to cover and secure loads in different trucks such as flatbed trucks, dump trucks, pickup trucks, and any other type of truck. Trucks that carry heavy loads in particular will find a lot of benefits with using truck tarps. In fact, you will see on the road that there are many trucks who use these kinds of tarps whenever they’re transporting goods and other items, making these truck tarps very useful and often a necessity for truck owners.