Temporary Repair, repurposing and recycling.
Recycled tarp materials and repurposed billboards used to protect storm damaged homes from further interior damages.
By Chris Miller
Feb 26, 2014
Orlando, FL – Temporary Repair provides TARP services nationwide to service customers who have been impacted by catastrophic storms. We set the standard in providing immediate waterproofing protection, and do it with a smile. Temporary Repair has all their “green” (color) tarps custom made and they are made from recycled plastic materials. This week we added to our environmentally responsible materials by purchasing 150,000 sq ft of used billboards to be repurposed as emergency roof tarp. Billboards are made of high quality waterproof materials and are well suited for use in waterproofing wind and tree damaged roofs. The billboards have solid black reverse side opposite the printed advertising side, so don’t worry about what your roof might advertise after a storm with the black side up it will just read as a well install emergency repair. We just saved 150,000 sq ft of plastic from the Florida landfill. The company also intends to maintain its commitment to environmentally friendly business practices asking the billboard supplier will continue to save their materials for us and we expect to have a long term relationship putting their billboards back in service protecting victims of severe weather events.
About Temporary Repair LLC America’s first nationwide post disaster roof and wall tarping service. A woman owned business with an emphasis in hiring veterans. Located in Orlando Fl and Plymouth IN and servicing catastrophic weather sites in states west of the rockies with more than a million sq. ft. of tarp materials and a fleet of custom made tarp trucks and trailers.
For more information, please visit http://www.TemporaryRepair.com
To learn more about this exciting business model and our commitment to recycling and repurposing, please contact:
Temporary Repair LLC
Senior Account Manager
855-483-6773 ext 707 855-4TEMP REpair
"Tarping homes at a disaster near you"