How Much Netting Should I Buy?
For the best coverage of larger frames, we recommend that you buy two pieces of netting, one for the top of your structure, and one to go round the sides.
Measurements of your structure
We advise rounding these numbers up to the nearest netting size. N.B. these calculations include 30% extra netting to allow for stretch
Knitted windbreak shade netting is ideal for many garden uses including shading for polytunnels, greenhouses and conservatories. The netting can also be used panelling timber frame doors and comes with eyelets for easy assembly. Simply use cable ties or garden wire to hang or attach the netting for the purpose it is needed for.
The netting can also be used to offer protection to your crops from harsh weathers like drifting snow, winds and hard rain. The lower percentage of the shade, the less protection it will offer as the weave is looser.
The Horticultural Shade Netting is available in several different percentages: 45%, 50%, 85% and 95% with the higher the percentage the denser the fabric.
Available in many different widths: 1 metre, (3.3 feet), 1.5 metres (4.9 feet), 2 metres (6.6 feet) and 3 metres (9.9 feet).
This piece of netting is available in several lengths: 1 metre (3.3 feet), 5 metres (16.4 feet), 10 metres (32.8 feet), 15 metres (49.2 feet), 20 metres (65.6 feet), 25 metres (82 feet), 30 metres (98.4 feet), 35 metres (114.8 feet), 40 metres (1312 feet), 45 metres (147.6 feet), 50 metres (164 feet), 75 metres (246.1 feet) and in an 100 metre (328.1) bulk roll.
Simply choose the length of the fabric that you need. Please be aware this netting is cut from a roll and unless specified will be cut in one large piece. This netting does not arrive on the roll, unless you buy the bulk roll. Free samples are available on request.
If you require a custom length of fabric for an area in your garden or allotment, visit our other listing here or contact our Customer Care team. Bulk rolls are also available to purchase through our trade counter.