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Tarps Plus Stock Piles Tarps On the West Coast for Tropical Storm Flossie

July 29, 2013

As Tropical Storm Flossie heads for Hawaii, leading tarp supplier Tarps Plus stock piles poly tarps at its California headquarters in order to assure fast shipping for people in need of tarps.

Palmdale, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2013

Tropical Storm Flossie should not be a big threat to strong structures in the Hawaiian Island area but many people will need to cover their roofs as well as valuable belongings. The leading US tarp supplier has palletized over ten 40 foot containers of poly tarps in order to make sure that tarps can be shipped to Hawaii without delay.

Tarps Plus founder and CEO Michael Stein said, “We always shift around our business to satisfy people in the hurricane stricken zones because they need tarps faster than the average customer.”

Mudslides, floods and large waves could be a large problem for the whole loin area. Mike Cantin, a National Weather Service meteorologist, stated that gusts of up to sixty miles per hour could likely knock down power poles and blow away loose objects.

The Big Island and Maui will most likely be the hardest hit from the storm. Flossie is the 6th name storm in the Pacific for the 2013 Pacific hurricane season.

The majority of the Tarps Plus’ hurricane tarps are stockpiled in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic regions which are where most hurricanes in the United States hit.

The simple blue poly tarps are the most popular item in the event of her hurricane. They are used to cover roofs that have been damaged by heavy winds. A big problem for hurricane victims is after roofs are ripped off rain continues and vastly floods the homes or structures where the roof damage has been.

Hawaii’s Civil Defense Division has also issued warnings for people to take action and deeper cautious before and during the storm.

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