Mesh & Colors

1. Mesh & Colors
2. Top Attachment
3. Doorways & Fasteners
4. Sealing the Base
5. Project Planning
Order

Outline of Our Easy 5 Step Process

Above you will see 5 steps to completing your order. We custom-make your curtains for the best possible fit and we want you fully prepared so you can order confidently.

  • Steps 1 & 2 Explain your options
  • Steps 3 & 4 Explain fasteners and magnetic doorways to seal your enclosure
  • With that prerequisite knowledge, you are ready to Plan Your Project in Step 5

If you would like assistance, we are here to help:

Contact Our Planning Team

For a ballpark price, use our instant price estimator:

INSTANT Price Estimate (in 30 seconds)

A NOTE ON UNIQUE APPLICATIONS

Please click these buttons if they describe your project. Simply ignore if they do not.
Awnings
Pergolas / Open Top Structures
Free Standing With 5 Or More Sides (Some Gazebos)

1. Mesh Types, Colors, and Optical Qualities

Mesh Types (1:47)

See Through Each Mesh (4:00)

Black Mesh Types Side By Side

Mesh types and colors to choose from.

90% of orders choose Heavy Mosquito Mesh because it allows the best air flow. No-see-um mesh is a finer weave for a very particular biting midge fly that is about as big as a ridge and a half of your fingerprint. Shade Mesh blocks both flying insects and blocks 80% of the sunlight. This page will give you the details on each so you can make a decision on what best fits your unique application. Black has best clarity and white is “milky” to see through. See a video comparison here.

Heavy Mosquito Mesh (90% of all orders)

Heavy Mosquito Mesh has the best air flow with a hole count of 230 holes per sq inch in a rectangular grid pattern that will also stop small gnats and black flies (all flies except “no-see-ums”). If you don’t have no-see-um biting flies or don’t require shade, this is the mesh to choose.

When to Choose Heavy Mosquito Netting?

  • Want maximum air flow.
  • Do not have tiny biting flies called no-see-ums.
  • See Video Comparison of all mesh types & colors here.

White Mosquito

White Mosquito

Black Mosquito

Black Mosquito

Ivory Mosquito

Heavy Mosquito Mesh
(90% Choose This in Black)

Black

White

Ivory

No-See-Um-Mesh

No-see-um Mesh looks more like a gorgeous black or white “sheer material” with an 800+ hole count used in coastal areas with extremely tiny biting flies known as no-see-ums (because they are too small to see).

When to Choose No-See-Um Netting?

  • Only when you have this type of tiny biting fly
  • Otherwise, use Mosquito Netting Mesh for better air flow
  • See Video Comparison of all colors & mesh types here.

Black NoSeeUm

Black NoSeeUm

White NoSeeUm

White NoSeeUm

Noseeum Mesh
(For Tiny Biting Flies)

Black

White

Shade Mesh

Our Shade Mesh is a unique weave and blocks both insects and 80% of the sunlight with excellent visibility looking out but can be a heavy dark look from the outside looking in. The opaqueness, when outside looking in, also offers a bit of privacy to block prying eyes. White Shade is not appropriate for porches and is for outdoor projection screens.

When to Choose Shade Mesh Netting?

  • When you want to take the edge off the harsh sun.
  • Yet maintain excellent clarity looking out.
  • Provides privacy from outside eyes.
  • White Shade is only practical for projecting (otherwise, too opaque)
  • See Video Comparison of all colors & mesh types here.

Black Shade

Black Shade

White Shade

White Shade

Cocoa Brown

Shade Mesh
(Creates Shade)

Black

White

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Need help planning your project?

We are here to help. Give us a call and one of our planners will gladly assist you.

Call Us: (866) 622-0916

Mesh & Colors

1. Mesh & Colors
2. Top Attachment
3. Doorways & Fasteners
4. Sealing the Base
5. Project Planning
Order

Outline of Our Easy 5 Step Process

Above you will see 5 steps to completing your order. We custom-make your curtains for the best possible fit and we want you fully prepared so you can order confidently.

Steps 1 & 2

Mesh & Top Attachment Options.

Steps 3 & 4

Doorways, Fasteners, & Sealing the Base.

Step 5

Planning YOUR Particular Project.

If you would like assistance, we are here to help:

Contact Our Planning Team

For a ballpark price, use our instant price estimator:

INSTANT Price Estimate (in 30 seconds)

A NOTE ON UNIQUE APPLICATIONS

Please click these buttons if they describe your project. Simply ignore if they do not.
Awnings
Pergolas / Open Top Structures
Free Standing With 5 Or More Sides (Some Gazebos)

See Mesh Types, Colors, and Optical Qualities

Mesh Types

See Through Each Mesh

Mesh types and colors to choose from.

90% of orders choose Heavy Mosquito Mesh because it allows the best air flow. No-see-um mesh is a finer weave for a very particular biting midge fly that is about as big as a ridge and a half of your fingerprint. Shade Mesh blocks both flying insects and blocks 80% of the sunlight. This page will give you the details on each so you can make a decision on what best fits your unique application. Black has best clarity and white is "milky" to see through. See a video comparison below.

Black Mesh Types Side By Side

Heavy Mosquito Mesh (90% of all orders)

Heavy Mosquito Mesh has the best air flow with a hole count of 230 holes per sq inch in a rectangular grid pattern that will also stop small gnats and black flies (all flies except “no-see-ums”). If you don’t have no-see-um biting flies or don’t require shade, this is the mesh to choose.

When to Choose Heavy Mosquito Netting?

  • Want maximum air flow.
  • Do not have tiny biting flies called no-see-ums.
  • See Video Comparison of all mesh types & colors below.

Heavy Mosquito Mesh (90% Choose This in Black)

Black

White

Ivory

White Mosquito

White Mosquito

Black Mosquito

Black Mosquito

Ivory Mosquito

No-See-Um-Mesh

No-see-um Mesh looks more like a gorgeous black or white "sheer material" with an 800+ hole count used in coastal areas with extremely tiny biting flies known as no-see-ums (because they are too small to see).

When to Choose No-See-Um Netting?

  • Only when you have this type of tiny biting fly
  • Otherwise, use Mosquito Netting Mesh for better air flow
  • See Video Comparison of all colors & mesh types below.

Noseeum Mesh (For Tiny Biting Flies)

Black

White

Black NoSeeUm

Black NoSeeUm

White NoSeeUm

White NoSeeUm

Shade Mesh

Our Shade Mesh is a unique weave and blocks both insects and 80% of the sunlight with excellent visibility looking out but can be a heavy dark look from the outside looking in. The opaqueness, when outside looking in, also offers a bit of privacy to block prying eyes. White Shade is not appropriate for porches and is for outdoor projection screens.

When to Choose Shade Mesh Netting?

  • When you want to take the edge off the harsh sun.
  • Yet maintain excellent clarity looking out.
  • Provides privacy from outside eyes.
  • White Shade is only practical for projecting (otherwise, too opaque)
  • See Video Comparison of all colors & mesh types below.

Shade Mesh (Creates Shade)

Black

White

Black Shade

Black Shade

White Shade

White Shade

Cocoa Brown

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Need help planning your project?

We are here to help. Give us a call and one of our planners will gladly assist you.

Call Us: (866) 622-0916