Enclosed Canopies

All Season Coverage

Portable Sheds

Durable and Compact Design.

Portable Garages

10 Oz. poly covers and all steel frames.

Event Tents

Party and vendor tents for all occasions.

Pop Up Canopies

Easy installation and take down.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Athletic Field Tarps are One Guaranteed Win

Protect the field or turf for long-term play with a high-quality athletic field tarp. Uniquely designed to help preserve the special nature of natural grass or artificial turf, field tarps work to protect the play area from accumulating moisture, which can compromise the quality and appearance of the field quickly. Athletic tarps also help to seal out environmental debris and prevent the greenery from eroding, fading and developing mold and mildew. You can order standard athletic field covers as well as custom athletic tarps for your specific needs.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Summer Calls for a DIY Slip n’ Slide

Ditch the pool club membership and stay cool with a DIY slip n’ slide this summer. Rigging up the perfect makeshift slide is as easy as pie if you have the right materials, landscape and attitude. All you need is a plastic tarp, a hose, laundry detergent or dish soap, a hill and an adventurous spirit. We recommend choosing a thick, (6-mill minimum) polyethylene tarp to ensure that the material holds up throughout constant slipping and sliding. If you want to create a jumbo slip ‘n slide, double or triple up to cover more ground.

Monday, June 15, 2015

How to Repair a Ripped Tarp

Save yourself time and money by fixing old tarps instead of replacing them with costly brand-new ones. You can restore ripped tarps quickly and easily with these tarp repair tips.

1. Assess the damage — Be sure to meticulously observe the problem. If you can identify stress-point damage, you’ll want to patch or sew the tear. For ripped grommets, you’ll need a grommet repair kit.

2. Use tape — Poly tarp repair tape is an excellent option for quickly patching up rips and small holes on your polyethylene tarp. This is strong, flexible tape that’s designed to rejoin the material and restore its water-resistance and strength.

3. Sew it up — Canvas tarps can be repaired the old-fashioned way, with a simple patch, needle and thread. There are also great canvas tarp repair kits that include everything you need for quick patching.

4. Go for glue — Tarp adhesives and glues are generally recommended for repairing vinyl tarps because they offer exceptional bond strength and fast, easy application. They also come in a variety of colors to match your tarp.