Palmdale, Ca (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
Watching Josh Hamilton sliding on a tarp is not the only big news about baseball tarps lately. The unsettled weather this year has brought with it numerous problems, on personal and business levels. It has also created problems with outdoor sporting events, such as soccer, football, and baseball. As a result, baseball tarps are everywhere due to a rainy 2012.
Take for example, the unusual tornadoes the hit Dallas, Kentucky, Indiana, and others states in the month of March. They were unusual because tornado season only begins in April. Tornadoes come with powerful thunderstorms, among other elements, including a lot of rain. March 13 brought severe thunderstorms to Louisiana and lead to a state of emergency. That has outdoor enthusiasts and sporting event hosts scrambling to cover grounds to protect them from damage.
A top baseball tarp seller, Tarps Plus has seen a 20% increase in sales baseball tarps this year. The sales manager for Tarps Plus, Steve Benson said, “We have to inventory more baseball tarps right now because the demand is high. The tarps take up space because they are so big but there are no complaints.”
Tarps are the only choice in uncovered stadiums, which help to control the amount of water seeping into the ground. The less water, the quicker the ground will dry and be prepared for the next scheduled game. These special covers have been in existence for decades, but there have been many changes made to them. In fact, there are those that are made for specific purposes, like having waterproofing properties, UV ray resistance, and so on.
Used in numerous applications, they are an essential part of everyday living, for many, even on a personal level. The tarp covers protect items stored outdoors, from dirt, dust, debris, sun, rain, snow, and more. From machinery to bikes to outdoor furniture, they are a must-have item for protection.