Shade Netting

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Shade netting protecting vineyard from birds and insects in Western Cape, South Africa

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Manufactured using Duranet High Density Polyethylene, Duranet Shade net is a light weight multi-purpose shade fabric to suit most shadecloth applications. Duranet Shade net is a functional outdoor shade net that provides long-lasting performance, superior UV protection and has a high strength to weight ratio with a wide range of applications and is carefully constructed for ease of handling and fabrication.

  • 100% recyclable 
  • Up to 100% UVR Block 
  • UV Stabilized 

Rigorous burst, tear and shade tests are carried out to meet stringent standards set by global Standards Providers. This ensures all Duranet meet the highest set standards when protecting your fruit, vegetables, flowers, crops, animals, boats, cars, caravans, machinery and equipment against the ravages of sun, wind and hail.

100% 3m Waterproof structures, Shade Sails Carports Waterproof Silver, Grey, Blue, Brown, Red, Pearl, Green, Beige, Gold, Orange
90% 3m For car & Shade ports & Shade Sails Solar Radiation & Environmental hazards & Birds & Bats Silver, Grey, Blue, Brown, Red, Pearl, Green, Beige, Gold, Orange
80% 3m For car & Shade ports & Shade Sails Solar Radiation & Environmental hazards & Birds & Bats Brown, Green, Blue, Black
80% 1.8m For building & Fencing Construction sites Brown, Green, Blue, Black
70% 3m Grey, White & Black, Green
60% 3m Black, Grey, Green & White
50% 3m Black, Grey, Green & White
40% 3m For Agriculture & Tunnel Orchard + Vinyards & Vegatables & Fruit Black, Grey, Green & White
30% 3m For Agriculture & Tunnel Orchard + Vinyards & Vegatables & Fruit Black, Grey, Green & White
20% 3m For Agriculture & Tunnel Orchard + Vinyards & Vegatables & Fruit Black, Grey, Green & White

Shade Netting

The Duranet Shade Net is an economical, lightweight shade net which has been made in a range of sizes to suit most applications for which you need some protection from the sun. This product is made with Duranet High Density Polyethylene and it's designed for outdoor use and manufactured so that it will never lose its integrity. The Duranet Shade Net can be used for many purposes, such as areas where goods are displayed and meetings outside when people might want a break from the su

The Importance of Having Shades

When it comes to shading your home, you have a few options. You can use curtains, blinds, or shades. Shades are a great option because they provide better light control than curtains or blinds. They also allow you to see outside while still providing some privacy.

Best Type of Shade to Buy

If you are looking for a shade to protect your garden from the hot sun, you may be wondering which type of shade to buy. The best type of shade to buy is Duranet Shade Net/Shades cloth. Duranet Shade Net/Shades cloth is a great choice for a number of reasons. First, it is made from durable material that will last for years. Second, it is available in a variety of colors and sizes to suit your needs. Third, it is easy to install and remove when you need to. Finally, it is an affordable option that will help you save money in the long run. When shopping for Duranet Shade Net/Shades cloth, be sure to measure the area you plan to cover so you know what size to order. Also, keep in mind that the color you choose will affect how much heat is reflected away from your garden. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask a member of our team for assistance.

Where to Put Shade Cloth

When it comes to shading your garden or patio, there are a few things to consider. Where you live, how much sun your garden gets, and what type of plants you are growing will all play a role in deciding where to put shade cloth. If you live in an area with hot summers and lots of sun, then you will need to put shade cloth over any part of your garden that gets direct sunlight during the day. This will protect your plants from getting too much sun and prevent them from drying out. If you have a mix of sun and shade in your garden, then you can use shade cloth to create different areas for different plants. For example, you could use it to create a shady spot for ferns and other shade-loving plants, while keeping your succulents and cacti in the sunnier parts of the garden. Wherever you put shade cloth in your garden, make sure that it is securely attached so that it doesn't blow away in the wind. You also need to make sure that there is enough airflow around the fabric so that your plants don't get too hot.

Pros and Cons of Using a Shade Cloth

A shade cloth is a piece of fabric that is used to cover an area to provide protection from the sun. Shade cloths are made from a variety of materials, including canvas, polyester, and nylon. They are available in a variety of colors, including white, black, and tan. Shade cloths can be used in a number of ways, including as an awning over a patio or deck, as a cover for a pool or spa, or as a privacy screen. They can also be used to create a shady spot in a garden or to protect plants from the sun. Shade cloths have several advantages. They can extend the life of outdoor furniture by protecting it from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. They can also help reduce energy costs by keeping homes cooler in the summer months. In addition, shade cloths can provide privacy and create an intimate setting for outdoor parties or gatherings. There are some disadvantages to using shade cloths. They can be costly, and they require regular cleaning and maintenance. In addition, they can block out natural light and make an area feel cramped or dark.

How to Install a Shade Cloth

Installation of a shade cloth is not difficult, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Here are the steps for installing a shade cloth: 1. Decide where you want to install the shade cloth. Make sure that the location you choose is large enough to accommodate the size of the shade cloth you have. 2. Cut the shade cloth to the desired size. Be sure to leave enough fabric for securing the edges of the shade cloth. 3. Secure the corners of the shade cloth to structure using rope, zip ties, or tape. Be sure that the structure you use can support the weight of the shade cloth and wind load without damage. 4. Once all four corners are secured, pull the shade cloth taut and secure the sides in a similar fashion as the corners. Make sure that there is no slack in the fabric so that it will not flap in windy conditions.


Duranet solutions protect vehicles and property from the natural and harsh elements that are caused by the weather such as the sun, frost, rain and hail. 

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