Shade Cloth Material
Shade cloth material is an ideal way to provide sun, privacy or wind control in your location. Built in custom-designed panels that are molded and constructed to meet your specific requirements, these shade materials have helped in greenhouses, gardens, livestock areas, decks and various other locations where shade or sun restriction is required.
Depending on your shading requirements, these materials are made in shade percentages ranging anywhere from 20 to 95 percent. Welding, grommets and other materials can be additionally added to your design a needed.
|Shade Material||Woven Polypropylene|
|Available Shade Percentages||20%, 30%, 40%, 47%, 51%, 63%, 73%, 80% & 95%|
|Fabric Widths||6', 10' and 12'|
|Fabric Lengths||Any size|
|Grommet Options||#2 Brass Grommet at Any Spacing
Standard is 2'
|Reinforced Edges Options||Reinforced with a 2-3/4" Polypropylene Binder|
- Fabric Options: Woven & Knitted Fabrics Available
- Shade Percentages: Multiple Percentages are Available (20-95%)
- Reinforced Edges Available to Prevent Fraying
- Fitted with Grommets or into Panels
- Protects Vegetation from UV Rays, Hail and More
- Shades Sensitive Plants
- Cools Down Greenhouses
- Prevents Birds from Damaging Areas
- Helps Retain Moisture
- Higher Levels of Ventilation
- Shade Houses
- Garden Centers
- Livestock Areas
- Patio Spaces
- Play Grounds
As mentioned above, these shade materials can be built to fit almost any size and application required in your area. Available options include:
- Fabric with Grommets
- Reinforced Edges (helps protect against fraying)
As with other materials, the shade cloth material is designed specifically for applications where sunlight requires limitation or restriction. Using this material has helped to block UV rays, retain moisture and protect areas from birds, hail and other equipment.
In addition to the shade cloth, we also offer several woven and nonwoven geotextiles to help with stabilization, separation and filtration in your area. For more information on these geo materials, check out our Geotextiles Page.