Need info on where to buy camo netting

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Cliffh:
Quote from: charby on March 26, 2020, 09:21:59 AM

Privacy fence and plant some shrubs? Remove the fence when the shrubs get tall enough.


Quote from: charby on March 26, 2020, 09:22:59 AM

I have a huge picture window, I use a curtain.


We've got curtains.  Thing is, it's a nice view out the windows & SWMBO likes the view & the light. 

The frame isn't vertical, it's more of a slanted (~2' in 9') roof.  Blocks the sun until the sun is below the trees, while still allowing a view of the back yard & tree line.

charby:
Quote from: Cliffh on March 26, 2020, 12:33:57 PM

We've got curtains.  Thing is, it's a nice view out the windows & SWMBO likes the view & the light. 

The frame isn't vertical, it's more of a slanted (~2' in 9') roof.  Blocks the sun until the sun is below the trees, while still allowing a view of the back yard & tree line.


Sounds like you need old fashioned awnings, things house had before modern HVAC.

https://www.generalawnings.com/door-awnings-c-80/ac1000-pan-type-window-and-door-awning-p-221

Cliffh:
Something similar is what I'm after.  I've looked into things like the Sunsetter awnings - problem with something like those are the high winds.  We do get tornadoes around here, 60mph+ winds are common.  I don't want to have to go out every time the wind starts picking up and roll 'em up or take 'em down.  I figure the camo should allow enough airflow through the material that it won't become a flying hazard or rip away part of the house.

Cliffh:
This is something similar to what I've built: https://www.farmtek.com/farm/supplies/ProductDisplay?mfPartNumber=4040F

Free standing, ~9'w x 18'l x 7'h (on short side, 9'h next to house), with "rafters" front to back every 3' or so.

Doggy Daddy:
Anything strike your fancy here?

https://www.homedepot.com/b/Above-75-in/N-5yc1vZ1z1bdr9/Ntk-EnrichedProductInfo/Ntt-shade%2Bcloth?NCNI-5&storeSelection=3301,3315,3314,3318,3308&experienceName=default

I once got a roll of a similar material to cover a roughly 6'x40' horizontal frame about 8' agl. There were "rafters" and spaced slats below it, but it held up in Vegas winds for years.

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