Whether to cover emergency damage to a roof to prevent it from leaking or to facilitate homeowner DIY or professional construction crew roofing projects, blue poly roof tarps are a must to protect a building from damage. At A1 Tarps, we carry an extensive line of roof tarps to help safeguard practically any structure under the sun.
The roof tarps we offer come in may sizes and styles, but one thing stays constant: their dependability. These tough, rugged polyethylene tarps are built to last. They can withstand wind, rain and moisture, and they resist the damaging ultraviolet rays from the sun.
These simple tarps are an inexpensive form of insurance that can prevent serious damage to a building's interior. After a hurricane or storm, for instance, if a house's roof has been damaged, a sturdy roof tarp can be quickly and easily installed to prevent water and moisture from getting inside the home and wrecking its interior.
Besides blocking moisture, roof tarps can also help shield a structure from the sun's damaging ultraviolet rays. In addition, roof tarps also provide a temporary barrier that can keep rats, raccoons, possums and other vermin from getting inside a building and creating havoc.
If you're in the construction business, you should have a supply of roof tarps on hand, especially for bigger, longer-term jobs, repairs and renovations. In multiday jobs, you can cover exposed portions of the roof you're working on with a roof tarp, shielding it from moisture, animals, insects, tree sap and anything else that you don't want getting inside.
The same goes for DIYers. Rather than having to rush through a job and potentially do it wrong, just use a roof tarp. This allows you the luxury of time, because you can temporarily seal up the open parts of a roof you're working on until you have time to permanently patch or replace it.
From the aftermath of a storm to wear and tear, you may find yourself in the market for a good roof tarp. Roof tarps
are handy in the construction business when an interior may be exposed for an extended period of time during a renovation or reconstruction to repair a damaged roof.