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Made from polyethylene, canvas, vinyl, or polypropylene mesh, tarps come in many sizes and have several uses. This versatile material may be small enough to throw over a motorcycle or large enough to cover a truck bed, building, or baseball field. Within this rage, however, 12x20 tarps are some of the most requested. Large enough to cover a vehicle, fit into a canopy frame, or attach to a smaller truck bed, heavy-duty 12x20 tarps have several uses.

On their own, 12x20 tarps are ideal for protecting cars, boats, and similar investments outdoors. Polyethylene tarps are the most common, and this material is treated to be UV resistant, waterproof, mildew resistant, and rot proof. Although medium- and heavy-duty materials are available, a tarp just needs to fully cover a vehicle and be secured in place. The polyethylene blocks out water and UV rays and allows air to circulate, preventing mold, mildew, and dry rot from forming.

Aside from covering vehicles, heavy-duty 12x20 tarps temporarily protect roofs once secured in place. Hurricanes, tornadoes, and similar natural disasters damage a roof, creating dents and cracks and allowing water and mildew to seep inside a home. After a storm, a contractor may not readily be available to repair your roof, but you can protect it in the time being by securing 12x20 tarps with boards and nails over the damaged areas.

While 12x20 tarps protect well on their own, they can work together with a canopy frame to effectively protect investments. When anchored into the ground, the powder-coated or galvanized steel frame of the canopy holds up to large amounts of snow and high winds. A tarp, attached by bungee cords to the metal frame, helps additionally by blocking out UV rays and moisture. Carports, portable garages, and similar portable buildings use this setup to shelter everyday and seasonal vehicles and other investments.