At Denham Awning Makers we have been manufacturing premium quality/custom fit Boat Tarps for more than 50 years.
Giving your investment a much longer life and saving you hundreds of dollars in the long run!
- We manufacture the ideal boat tarp for both storage and transportation. Denham Awning Makers has developed a system of patterning and cataloging thousands of model specific boat tarps, to give you a custom fit every time.
- Only quality materials and workmanship go into the production of our tarps. We use a solution dyed polyester on all our tarps, The colour choice is yours.
- Careful attention to details such as: wear points, reinforcing, protective tie down flaps, double stitched seams, generous overhang protection, attached motor covers and heavy duty web loops are all design features to protect your boating investment.
|| Hunter Green
100% Solution Dyed Polyester
Water Repellent • Mildew Resistant • UV Stabilized Pigments • Breathable •
Made from tough 600 Denier Polyester Fabric with a 3 Pass Polyurethane Backing
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you travel with the cover on at highway speeds?
Yes, your tarp must be tied down properly.
This should ensure minimal movement when traveling.
- By pulling the stern draw cord extremely tight.
- Then attach a good quality rubber tarp strap, tensioned extremely tight to every tie down flap. (* Do NOT use bungee/shock cord *)
Is the Fabric Waterproof?
Both our lines of fabrics are factory impregnated with a water-repellent solution. The special thread that is used eventually swells and seals all needle holes.
Is the Fabric Breathable?
Our Marine Polyester fabric offers some breathability, we also sew on vents, allowing for more air flow and proper evaporation of humidity.
Is the DAM Cover Reinforced?
We sew reinforcement to the underside of the cover at all possible factory installed wear points. Items added or changed on your boat may require additional reinforcement.
How Long Does the DAM Cover Last?
There are many different factors that determine the life expectancy of our boat tarps; more or less depending on how you take care of your cover. Examples of things that can affect the life of your cover are, tree sap, bird droppings, and standing or pooling of water for extended periods of time.