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Tarps Now Announces New Line of Heavy Duty Debris Lifting Tarps for Landscaping

Tarps Now® Increases Focus on Debris Lifting Products for Spring Landscaping

ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, April 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Spring landscaping creates a large amount of green waste such as branches, leaves and grasses that usually form huge piles for disposal or recycling. To meet this need, Tarps Now® is pleased to announce new lines of Stock and Custom Heavy Duty Debris Lifting Tarps which are designed specifically to withstand the weight and sharp edges of green waste so that you can drag the pile away with ease on a reusable basis.

Most tarps found in brick and mortar retail stores are made from low grade plastic. Our tarps are made of unreinforced polyethylene materials. If you only need a temporary tarp for yard work, inexpensive “throw away” plastic tarps represent a poor value, as their ability to stand the test of time is simply not there, as this type of tarp is not engineered to withstand the impact of modern landscaping where organic and inorganic debris often puncture, tear or shred the tarps, leaving an even larger clean up to be addressed. Moreover, once a landscaping debris tarp is full of green waste, it will be very heavy.

To meet these type of challenges, Tarps Now® has engineered a variety of stock and custom designed tarps designed for debris lifting. Some have built-in loop handles at each tarp corner for easy grabbing and maneuvering during landscaping. Others can be produced with drawstring configuration so that you can effectively close off the green waste while moving it; the drawstring is especially helpful during windy days where the waste may fly away if exposed. Rope is another option that acts as a drawstring; grommets punched permanently into the tarp can hold an inserted rope tight so that you can close the tarp during hauling.

Grommet-style debris lifting tarps use grommets that can withstand a lot of use. Alternatively, you can also select tarp materials that utilize a UV (ultraviolet) coating. This protective layer prevents the tarp from deteriorating from extended periods of sunlight exposure which most store bought tarps are not designed to withstand.

Although perfect for hauling green waste, Tarps Now Debris Lifting Tarps do not need to be relegated to garden storage after a major yard pruning. These tarps can also provide shade for you while gardening if attached to a suitable pole using the grommets and rope configuration, and are very well-suited for covering your lawn equipment in-between uses.

Tarps Now® Debris Lifting Landscaping Products:

https://www.tarpsnow.com/roof-debris-lifting-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/drain-tarps-leak-diverters.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/salvage-covers-and-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/containment-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/heavy-duty-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/canvas-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/mesh-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/poly-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/vinyl-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/fire-resistant-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/specialty-tarps.html
https://www.tarpsnow.com/tarp-products.html

About Tarps Now®

Tarps Now® features an extensive online catalog of canvas tarps, poly tarps, custom tarps and covers, mesh tarps, vinyl tarps and industrial divider curtains. As specialists in custom, canvas and vinyl tarps, they are the low-price leaders in their category. The company offers the convenience of fast, easy, online ordering as well as a knowledgeable staff to guide customers through the specification process insuring their project will be completed on time and in budget. Tarps Now® has the experience and scale to insure customer specifications are carefully followed and expectations exceeded for every project, large or small.

Michael Dill
Tarps Now, Inc.
888-800-1383
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