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    Just a little warning. Bought a Gazebo from Umatiao about 6 weeks, left it up because it's big about 6 meters x 3 meters. Now it's shredded into little pieces due to the wind and the canvas felt like brittle thin cardboard that crumbles in my hand. The frame is good, looking to get a replacement canvas or whatever they are made of.
     
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    Is the canvas on the roof or around the sides? Nylon mesh camo/shade/fence netting works good at keeping the sun out but letting the breeze through and is usually quite durable. If you used it on the top water would get through when it rains but it does work out quite nice there as well for sunny days. Not sure where you would find that in Dumaguete though.
     
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    It's on the roof. Must have been the sun degrading the canvas. Chinese crap.
     
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    GARDEN NET - 1meter x 8feet: Buy sell online Garden Shed & Greenhouses with cheap price | Lazada PH

    I would consider something like that. Cheap and easy to replace if it ends up with sun rot. Might be better to get a lighter color (if available) to reflect heat.

    camo net - Buy camo net at Best Price in Philippines | www.lazada.com.ph
    Camo netting is available as well on Lazada. This will provide for more shade than the garden net.

    cord 550 - Buy cord 550 at Best Price in Philippines | www.lazada.com.ph
    I would also buy some 550 cord to tie it down.
     
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    You can buy that fine net in duma,far end of public market on opposite side. The store is called sinet and its around 4k a roll.
     
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    We Got our heavy Duty Carport Cover from "Dew Foam" They do a lot of things in that Line, Prices are good ( Well not bad anyway)
     
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    Zinet, I need it for shade, Dave. For my car, every morning when it's sunny, it's like getting into a sauna.
     
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    It is a shade net,its pretty good
     
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    even the good stuff gets eaten by the sun, i'd consider a decorative metal or a fiberglass type roofing which is quieter than metal.

    but for synthetics:
    i think davyl was referring to Dumaguete Zenith Commercial (sinet)
    Google Maps

    Rubi Market sells tarp material and sews covers w/grommets for boats, trucks, etc.
    on the corner just the mtn side of immigration, same side as BOI
    Google Maps


    JB Marketing sells good quality shade cloth for gardens, etc.
    under hotel Palwa (a couple of blocks towards the mtn from immigration, same side of the street as BOI.
    Google Maps

    google maps; fun stuff...
     
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    I would disagree with that. We have camo, shade and fence netting here in Afghanistan that has been out in extreme elements (most locations in country getting sunny skies 95% of the year) for at least a decade. Wind will do far more damage to these materials (if improperly secured) than the sun will. Polymers and plastics can take 50+ years to degrade enough in the sun to allow them to be digested by microorganisms (photodegradation).

    Personally, I find metal, especially in the Philippines, to be an inferior product in these types of applications. I also despise the sound of rain slapping against a metal roof, but that's just me. I like the fiberglass idea though.
     
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