This Canadian client was not eager to climb 25ft up a ladder to attach the gabled triangle. Instead, he created a roof panel from the header beam back to the house (See next photo).
The roof panel was safer to install than trying to risk falling off a ladder to install a gabled triangle.
This is a Velcro® attachment for an 11ft tall back patio using a single panel black mosquito netting. 42 ln ft in = $477 all in.
Because there is no one to see the outside of this back porch, the client opted for an outside hang to utilize the natural structure of the support columns and to create the best possible view from the inside of the porch.
This client used our 135 degree (octagonal angle) to track around this gazebo porch.
While Black Mosquito Netting offers the best visibility, This black no-see-um mesh offers next to best visibility (from the inside looking out).
This lady wanted two sets of curtains. Black for mosquito protection and clarity with stationary White netting curtains for ambiance.
Black Mosquito Netting Curtains for outstanding visibility using an outside hang.
White Mosquito Netting Curtains. While not conventional for tracking attachment, this client opted for an outside hang.
You can get an idea how cleanly the panels form a doorway and seal.
Pergola with a Black Mosquito Netting roof panel.
This client just wanted a touch of privacy for his family as folks drove by his property.
These are irregularly shaped columns common to bungalow styled homes. Mosquito Curtains offer versatility without framing for stapled screening.
How would you frame and staple screening for this charming bungalow styled architecture? Mosquito Netting Curtains, of course.