Palmdale, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2012
People always wait until the last minute but tarps and plywood are essential for anyone living in a hurricane ridden area. Tropical storm Beryl has caused a slight surge in hardware stores for hurricane supplies such as tarps, plywood and bottled water.
The leading U.S. hurricane tarps supplier Tarps Plus says, “We have sold double the amount of hurricane tarps that we normally sell within the past two days.”
Tarps have many applications but are a main item for weather protection. 2012 has brought about a new wave of unexpected events. The meteorologists had predicted a rather calm season in the year. This can be classified as such since the number of hurricanes that they predicted would occur was rather trivial.
They had predicted around seven hurricanes as well as twelve storms. This is quite minimal as compared to other years. There have been years that have seen massive storms that have really wreaked havoc. This may be good news to many people in the whole region. This is due to the fact that they are not used to the sort of weather that has been predicted.
Tarps come in handy and people require them once the storms as well as hurricanes pass. The storms destroy homes as well as other buildings, which house the citizens in the world. The tents may be used to create temporary housing for people. The tarpaulin tents that the people use as they wait for help from other sources. They may be supplied by the authorities and they are kept by people just in case something goes wrong.
There are areas that are quite prone to these disasters according to the meteorological experts. These areas include the region of Florida as well as the United States Gulf of Mexico which is quite rich in resources such as energy. The general prediction is that there may be an increase in the number of storms in the regions. The 2012 hurricane season and tarps are among the features that are addressed by the departments that deals with disaster management.