Canopies and Tarps offers the best natural canvas tarps on the market.
What sort of needs do you have for tarps? While some seek the best protection from the elements and demand tarps to be waterproof, others need a tarp that can breathe or offers some weight behind it.
We didn't start this business more than 25 years ago to tell you what you need. We got into business to help you find the best quality option for whatever you think you need. That's why our untreated canvas tarps are some of the best you'll find anywhere, made with premium materials and stitched together with superior quality.
A canvas tarp is a good choice for:
- Painting drop cloths. Whether you are painting interiors or exteriors, a large canvas drop cloth will catch splatters and spills, protecting carpets or plants.
- Light trailer loads of materials. If you're hauling mulch or gravel in a pickup or small trailer, a canvas cover tarp is the best solution. The canvas offers ventilation to keep the materials underneath from mildewing. The tarp also keeps those materials from flying out or getting loose, possibly causing damage to other cars. (For heavier loads, consider one of our vinyl tarps.)
- Outdoors enthusiasts. Some campers and hikers prefer to build a shelter out of a canvas tarp because of the breathability.
- Construction or landscaping projects. Protect a worksite, or give yourself a canopy for staying cool while building.
High Quality Canvas
Our untreated canvas tarps feature a heavy-duty, 100% single-weave cotton fabric. Double-stitched, triple-thick hems and seams offer even more strength and durability. While these are not water-resistant or waterproof, they provide excellent shelter and protection.
We have a variety of sizes available and if you can't find the size you need, we can make a custom size for you.