Your Trusted Shop for Trailer Tarping
Time to replace your trailer tarping system? Look no further than Blaine Brothers. Our trained technicians are here around the clock to get you set up and back on the road in no time.
As a trucking industry professional, you know that getting your cargo to your destination in good shape is important and that your reputation is on the line with every delivery you make. If you’re looking for a shop that has expertise in trailer tarping systems and will go the extra mile for you, good news – you’ve found one in Blaine Brothers. When you come to us for a trailer tarping system, you’ll find a wide variety of products to choose from and our team of experts can help you find the perfect one to fit your needs and your budget and show you how to use it for maximum efficiency. This is just how we roll at Blaine Brothers.
We’ve proudly served the trucking and transportation community since 1979 and with five locations across Minnesota and Wisconsin, we’re thrilled to continue our tradition of excellence as a top provider of trucking parts, service and sales. No job is too big or too small for us to tackle, and no matter what your needs are, you can trust us to treat you like family and to support you every step of the way. When it’s time to purchase a trailer tarp system, turn to us and experience the Blaine Brothers difference. We can’t wait to work with you.
Trailer Tarping System FAQS
What’s the purpose of tarping loads?
The primary purpose of tarping loads during transport is to both protect the load they’re hauling and to protect other drivers. During transportation, there can be a very high potential for damage from road debris kicked up by other vehicles. In situations where the truck may be hauling debris or particulate loads, the tarps help protect other drivers from dangerous hazards flying off of the load.
What kind of tarps do truckers use?
Three widespread types of tarps are commonly used by truckers in different situations. There are mesh tarps, poly tarps, and vinyl tarps. Mesh tarps allow air and water to penetrate, but they hold back coarse debris. Poly tarps are the cheapest tarps and are only used in rare situations to keep light debris off the load. Poly tarps are also the weakest type of tarp. Vinyl tarps are the most common heavy-duty tarps used by truckers. They resist wind damage on the highway and are the most protective material commonly available.
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10011 Xylite Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55449
1325 Hwy 45
Cloquet, MN 55720
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Clearwater, MN 55320
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Baldwin, WI 54002
10070 Davenport ST. NE
Blaine, MN 55449