Tarps Plus Plans Tri Coastal Expansion for 2014

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Leading US tarps supplier Tarps Plus will be expanding distribution centers in California, Texas and Florida.

Although not many named hurricanes have stricken the US and we are midway through the 2013 hurricane season, Tarps Plus is planning more expansion to cater hurricane tarp customers. The leading US tarps supplier offers an array of poly tarps, canvas tarps, vinyl tarps and various other type of tarp covers to industries and the general public. The tarps are used for tornado stricken areas as well, which probably explains for the additional expansion.

Tarps plus founder and CEO Michael Stein stated, “We want to make sure that we always offer the best tarps at the lowest price, with the cheapest shipping cost and at the same time the fastest delivery. Those are the standards that we are committed to live by.”

Tarps Plus current headquarters are in Palmdale, California, near Edwards Air Force Base. The company’s expansion includes a retail store in Palmdale, and additional warehouse distribution facility in Paramount California, we are Texas and Sarasota, Florida. The company is currently scheduled to finish build-out on their Weir Texas facility by the end of 2013.

Tarps are an essential tool for people that have been stricken by hurricane or tornado. The tarps are used to cover roofs that have been torn off by heavy winds. During hurricane Katrina, many hurricane victims were left without tarps and protective covers, to enable them to stop further damage to their homes after roofs are ripped off. We have all seen visions of blue tarps on top of roofs after a hurricane or tornado hits. Chances are those tarps were supplied by tarps plus and now the company wants to reassure the public that they will be able to get tarps rapidly in the event of more hurricanes and tornadoes.

The new distribution centers will help the pull on all 3 coasts of the Continental US. Recently, Baja, Mexico has seen its share of hurricanes, as well as why. The Gulf of Mexico is a hot zone for hurricanes to ignite. The Atlantic/Eastern seaboard has traditionally seen its share of hurricanes every season. Hurricane season starts between June 1st and lasts through November 30th. The Texas location will also enable tornado victims to get tarps rapidly. Weir Texas (approximately 25 miles North of Austin) is just below hurricane alley, but close enough to make sure that adjacent states like Oklahoma and Kansas can get tarps within hours in the event of emergency.

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