We have seen a large increase in the amount of hurricane tarps being ordered but we will still keep our prices the same
palmdale. CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2012
As we gear up to the warmer months in the Americas and Caribbeans, there is apprehension about the effect of inclement weather in diverse locations. Forecasters at the NOAA Climate Prediction Center predict there will be about nine to 15 storms during this year's Atlantic hurricane season. You need not be alarmed by this sort of news if you are prepared to invest in well designed products.
Many homeowners are justifiably concerned that the rise of bad weather will ultimately mean even higher prices for all manner of tarpaulin products, both natural and synthetic based. If past trends are anything to go by, this is a concern that may well prove to be unjustifiable in the long run. Even though the price of crude oil has been on an upward trend over the past month or so, this has not been followed by a simultaneous hike in the prices of consumer grade tarpaulin products.
The U.S. tarps provider Tarps Plus says, "We have seen a large increase in the amount of hurricane tarps being ordered but we will still keep our prices the same".
One of the reasons that the prices have remained within confines of affordability is the fact that distributors of major products have effected some innovative product distribution strategies. These have been crucial in reducing inefficiencies that have been a major factor in increasing consumer prices. As such, sellers can still realize adequate profits even if they are selling the products with smaller margins from the prices they acquire their stock at.
But there is perhaps no other driver for lower prices than the fact that now, more than ever, consumers are able to get the products with a diversity that was inconceivable just a few years ago. This level of availability of choice is such that customers can order for products that are exactly suited to their purpose and budget.
Homeowners are understandably concerned about their disaster preparedness when the approach of seasons known for inclement weather is imminent. Products like tarpaulins are at a premium in such times. At the present, there is a lot of expectations that there will be a sales rise for hurricane tarps due to the beginning of the 2012 hurricane season.