X-Large Heavy Duty Tarps

Trust oversized tarps from Canopies and Tarps to handle truly big jobs.

The benefits of a tarp come from a common piece of material that has no seams across the middle. A tarp should be an uninterrupted piece of fabric to ensure that water, dirt, wind and more can't get in.



Unfortunately, a bunch of smaller tarps can't replace a large tarp. We don't care how clever they are overlapped, or how well they are stitched together. A Franken-tarp will fail quickly. That's why large poly tarps are your best option for big jobs. A large tarp gives you all the surface area you need for that big job, and guarantees it will help keep the elements at bay.

Big Jobs

If you are facing one of these jobs, you should consider one of our extra-large heavy-duty tarps:

  • Roof repair. If you are recovering from storm damage or other wear, a tarp will help protect the bones of your house from mildew, rot and more. Installing a roof tarp properly requires draping it over the roof peak for proper drainage.
  • Larger vehicles. RVs, for instance, will benefit from complete, watertight coverage during the off-season.
  • If you are working with dangerous chemicals or paints, a large tarp gives you more room to work.

Extra-Large Selection

When protection is paramount for items you have to leave outside, the selection of extra-large, heavy-duty tarps in various sizes available at Canopies and Tarps can really make a difference. Choose from multiple sizes and colors of premium tarps and utility tarps that can be used for everything from covering a large construction area to collecting raked or blown leaves in your backyard.

The selection of poly tarps sold by Canopies and Tarps are made with high-grade resin to produce the best grade polyethylene on the market. The nylon tarps have a high weave count and a thick poly coating to address any poly liner need. Heavy-duty tarps can be employed in industrial, commercial and construction applications. Waterproof extra-large heavy-duty poly tarps have heat-sealed seams that are exceptionally resistant to abrasions and UV damage. These are ideal for building enclosures, landfill covers, asbestos tarps, membrane structures, nuclear reactors and other industrial-grade uses. Valued for their durability, heavy-duty tarps have reinforced hems and brass grommets for secure tie-downs.

Poly tarps are constructed with multiple layers: of a woven mesh fabric sandwiched between two or more polyethylene sheets. Heavy-duty tarps have a higher mil thickness than standard lightweight blue tarps. A 12-mil thick, 14 x 14 weave tarp with rope reinforced edges and corners will offer considerably better protection from both the sun's UV rays and the risk of dampness, as well as better durability, than a less expensive six-mil thick, 10 x 10 weave count made of polyethylene materials. But a six-mil thick blue utility tarp is still more than adequate for a range of outdoor uses that might not require a more high-end purchase.

See the full selection of rot-proof, mildew-resistant extra-large tops offered by Canopies and Tarps.