Category Archives: Tonneau Covers
Benefits of Installing a Tonneau Cover

The extra storage space a truck provides is often a key factor for someone purchasing a truck. Whether you’re going on a weekend off roading trip, helping someone move, or just picking up some new purchases, your truck bed is there to help. But what do you do about keeping your cargo safe? Tonneau covers are designed to fit almost any style of truck bed perfectly, and will keep your cargo safe in two main ways.

Tonneau Covers Protect Cargo from Harsh Natural Elements

Even if you live in a milder climate, you’re bound to encounter some kind of potentially harmful weather, even if it’s just rain. An open truck bed is the perfect place for water to just pool and sit, causing irrevocable water damage to any possessions you’ve been Read More…

The Similarities between Jeep Tops & Tonneau Covers

Sometimes it seems like trucks and Jeep couldn’t be more different, even though they’re two of the most popular vehicles purchases for off-roading. And it’s true that certain parts that you buy for a truck you would never even consider for a Jeep, and vice versa. Two such parts are Jeep tops and tonneau covers. They seem like they couldn’t be more different, but if you look closer you’ll find there are actually quite a few similarities between the two.

First of all, both Jeep tops and tonneau covers are designed to protect against the ill effects of Mother Nature. Jeep tops enclose the cab, and often backseat, of the vehicle so that the driver, passengers, and cargo remain dry and free from wind, rain, snow, and anything else the weather hurls at them. Obviously, trucks have a built in cab so they don’t need anything extra to protect them there, but the truck bed is wide open, leaving any cargo that’s stored there vulnerable. When a tonneau cover is closed, it will keep everything within dry. Some tonneau covers even have special drains to direct excess water away from the truck bed. So in their own ways, both Jeep tops and tonneau covers make sure the weather stays on the outside, where it belongs. Read More…