By Sue from Medina, OH on August 29, 2015
Do these mesh tarps allow air and rain to go through them? I'm going to use this on a fish pond and I need to make sure that they can breath.
By Kelsey C. - eCanopy Product Specialist on August 31, 2015
Per our manufacturer for our PTM Mesh Tarps
, these tarps provide up to 73% shade protection and 27% light allowance and allow air and water to pass through. They are available in your choice of black, blue, tan, green and white plus a large range of sizes.
By Linda from FL on June 25, 2016
Could you tell me what the finished size is on the 10x12 black mesh tarp?
By Will M. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 27, 2016
Answer:The finished size will be 9'6" x 11'6".
By Jacque from TX on June 27, 2016
Can these tarps be used for shade?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 28, 2016
Answer:They will indeed provide shade, though not as much as a solid tarp.
By Cliff from Yuma, AZ on January 5, 2016
Do you carry green mesh tarps, 10 oz, and either 9 x 20 or 10 x 20 with grommets every 8 inches?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on January 6, 2016
Thank you for your inquiry. All our tarps have grommet spacing every 16-18 inches. Please use the link below to view a tarp you might be interested in.
Green Mesh Tarp
By Kathy from CO on October 19, 2015
I need a heavy duty mesh tarp that measures 5' X 30' with a tan color for a carport. Do you have something like this?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on October 20, 2015
Thank you for your inquiry. Please use the link below to view a tarp that might fit your needs. Please see note below when choosing the correct size for your application for our tarps.
ALL tarps are 4-6" shorter by length and width than the stated cut size.
PTM Desert Polypropylene Mesh Tarp - 6' x 30' - TMD0630
By Kim from Rio Rancho, NM on June 5, 2016
I'm looking for a tarp to cover my 24 x 13 patio so that we have some shade. Is the mesh tarp the best way to for this kind of project?
By Justin R. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 6, 2016
Answer:Mesh tarps will allow the best shade and sun protection for your space while still providing the ability for wind gusts and water to pass through them without causing damage.
By Kim from Bay City, MI on June 12, 2016
Are the grommets all the way around the tarp?
By Justin R. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 13, 2016
Answer:Grommets are spaced approximately every 18" around the perimeter.
By Jesse from Arlington, TX on June 20, 2016
I am researching mesh tarps in order to purchase one that will last quite a while. I have noticed the mesh tarps at car dealerships and I suspect that these are heavy duty, weather resistant and especially tough against the Texas sun. I want one that will not fall apart after one year since I want this tarp to cover and shade some of my pool area. What do you recommend?
By Will M. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 21, 2016
Answer:The mesh tarps in question would indeed be ideal when used as a pool covering as they are both breathable and heavy duty.
By Adam from OH on October 10, 2016
I run a landscaping business with a high powered leaf sucker unit; what tarp should I use so it will breathe to give me optimal suction?
By Darnarius on October 10, 2016
Answer:All of our mesh tarps provide up to 73% shade protection and 27% light allowance, and allow air and water to pass through. So, you would just figure out what size you want to order, but any of the mesh tarps should work fine.
By Mickey from Dunedin, FL on February 13, 2017
I'm venturing into the craft show world with hand painted hanging wooden signs; would this be a good alternative to the mesh panels that the craft show sites push down your throat for hanging these signs?
By Darnarius on February 13, 2017
Answer:These mesh tarps are not designed to hang things from, so we are unable to share whether this will work for you.
By Kaly from CA on June 8, 2017
What tarp type is recommend as a sun protection for a deck, mesh, or solid?
By Chaz on June 8, 2017
Answer:If you want to completely block the sun, I would go with the solid. If you want to block the sun, but want to still allow some light, I would go with mesh.