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The brown tarpaulins are used to blend into a natural environment. These brown tarpaulins are 100% water Resistant and are great tarpaulins roof covers
We carry 18’x24’ multiple purpose brown tarpaulins that are 7 millimeters thick and super heavy duty. With heavy duty grommets every 3 feet, these brown tarpaulins 18’x24’ can be used for a wide range of applications.
If you have woodpiles lying outside the house, cover them with brown tarpaulins as camouflage. These tarpaulins blend well with natural surroundings. Therefore, your home landscape looks much neater, attractive and inviting. Many people especially those who living in country areas use wood stoves and wood fireplaces until today. It is more cost effective compared to electric fireplaces or gas stoves. The brown tarpaulins is also used with certain home associations that require coverage that does not stand out.
The brown tarpaulins are usually economical in pricing. They are made out of polyethylene, giving them good waterproof feature. Therefore, covering your woodpiles not only gives them a camouflage but also prevents damage due to rain. Our brown tarpaulins are UV treated.
Woodpiles can break down if they are exposed to hot UV rays. Since these brown tarpaulins are UV treated and mildew resistant, they can filter much of the UV rays, preventing the woodpiles from being damaged or getting rotten. Apart from woodpiles, you can use these tarpaulins to cover equipment or building works in your backyard. They blend very well with natural surroundings, giving your backyard a much neater and attractive outlook.
Another great use for brown poly tarpaulins is at lumberyards. Instead of projecting a messy appearance, the tarpaulins can be used to give a much neater and organized look. At the same time, they can protect wood and wood products from rain and hot rays of the Sun, which are capable of damaging wood and wood products. Brown tarpaulins are sold in various sizes, ranging from 5 foot by 7 foot to 60 foot to 100 foot. Therefore, choosing the best size to cover wood products at lumberyards is not a problem.
The main thing about brown tarpaulins are, they can be used as a useful camouflage. They blend well with natural surroundings. Since they are UV treated and mildew resistant with waterproof feature, they can be used to cover woodpiles and wood products to prevent damage by rain or hot rays of the Sun.