Count on Canopies and Tarps to find the strongest, most durable insulated tarps for important industrial and construction jobs.
Most tarps are well suited for general use, and our heavy-duty tarps are some of the best of those options. But some jobs require more protection, especially for a curing process or temperature regulation. A thermal tarp or insulated tarp gives you the necessary insulation you need.
Canopies and Tarps carries the best and the toughest in insulated tarps. Use it for a variety of industrial and commercial applications including as a blanket for concrete curing. Our insulated tarps feature a quarter-inch-thick foam center and an 18-mil thickness that works to block out the cold and preserve heat. While this tarp is definitely heavy-duty, it still manages to keep the weight at a manageable 7 to 10 ounces.
Uses for Insulated Tarps
There are many situations that call for an insulated tarp. In a construction and industrial environment, concrete curing and scaffolding protection are the most commons uses that require heavy-duty coverage in the form of an insulated tarp. When the temperatures plummet, concrete curing is impossible. The thick foam centers of our insulated tarps will ensure the cold is kept far away from the concrete, allowing the curing process to take place even in sub-zero conditions.
Other uses for these insulated tarps include:
- Home repair. If you have a hole in your roof or an exterior wall, these emergency tarps can help you seal it without excessively increasing your heating or cooling costs.
- Gardens and landscaping. A cold snap can be brutal for some plants. An insulated tarp performs much better than a sheet when frost is a threat.
- Winter construction. With insulated tarps, you can build a structure that retains some heat when outside work absolutely needs to get finished.
The 18-mil thickness of these vinyl-coated tarps provides additional protection against threats to temperature regulation, such as tears and abrasions. The durability of the tarp sheet is essential to ensuring the foam is protected and its insulating effect remains intact. The tarp is also resistant to other threats such as oil, chemicals, water, mildew, rot and UV rays.
For easy installation, these tarps feature press-snap fasteners and D-ring attachments. These unique securing features allow you to reliably connect several tarps together to maximize the available surface area. The hemmed edges ensure the seams remain strong and leak-proof just like the center of tarp. There are poly tarps and vinyl tarps to choose from, each with their own benefits. The poly tarps are available in a two-toned silver and black, while the vinyl tarps can be purchased in a highly visible blue. Both tarps can be ordered in a large range of sizes from 3' x 12' to 12' x 25'.
Do you need an insulated tarp for your project? Let us help you pick the best tarp for cold weather or whatever project you have in mind. Our customer service experts are ready to answer your questions and help you get what you need quickly and affordably.
Avoid delays and damage to your construction projects. Pick up an insulated tarp and secure your project sites against the harsh conditions brought on by cold weather.