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Wood
Pros: Cheap
         Easy to change shape or size as your needs for space change
         DIY - most people would be able to build it from scratch or make modifications (e.g. add windows)
         Can be converted to chazzon ish (replace metal screws with peg screws)
         Can integrate a schlock to the structure
Cons: Heavy, Can warp over time. (note: if you use enough fasteners and are also careful to assemble it balanced this can be minimized)
         Needs lots of storage space

Fiberglass
Pros: Easy Setup (on level ground)
         Length/width is reconfigurable (you just need to buy a few 2x4 beams if you change layout)
Cons: Expensive
         Greenhouse effect on hot days (need to budget for several open/shut windows)
         Connection threads can become bent even with proper storage (need to budget for the odd panel replacement here and there)
         Can Crack or Break

Canvas
Pros: Setup in minutes
Cons: Not accepted by all poskim
         Poor protection from cold Weather
         Wind Can be bothersome.


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http://diysukkah.twinkel.me/

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Re: Best Sukkah?
« Reply #480 on: December 06, 2020, 03:29:42 PM »
Tri State awnings are thinner therefore they can roll it into the box frame, dean rolls into a material, they're the same concept a little bit different in style, I found dean to be much cheaper then try State
+1 to clarify, I found Dean to be less expensive and tri-state cheaper material.
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Re: Best Sukkah?
« Reply #481 on: December 06, 2020, 03:29:59 PM »
Tri State awnings are thinner therefore they can roll it into the box frame, dean rolls into a material, they're the same concept a little bit different in style, I found dean to be much cheaper then try State
Correct, and Tri state is pricier indeed. But no way I can see myself sitting within awning stripes, Tri state's feel is like an additional nice room to your home. I found the thinner material to be only the designed linen type materials, the ones with the print are extremely thick, and more expensive too.

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Re: Best Sukkah?
« Reply #482 on: December 06, 2020, 03:48:50 PM »
Correct, and Tri state is pricier indeed. But no way I can see myself sitting within awning stripes, Tri state's feel is like an additional nice room to your home. I found the thinner material to be only the designed linen type materials, the ones with the print are extremely thick, and more expensive too.
I don't know anything about the walls by other, but if you scroll down to the panels section on their website there aren't stripes in the sukkah. http://sukkahawningsbydean.com/gallery/
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Re: Best Sukkah?
« Reply #483 on: December 06, 2020, 03:51:23 PM »
I don't know anything about the walls by other, but if you scroll down to the panels section on their website there aren't stripes in the sukkah. http://sukkahawningsbydean.com/gallery/
Can't open the site but what he showed me three years ago in my house was the materials which you can see through the striped reverse side.

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Re: Best Sukkah?
« Reply #484 on: December 06, 2020, 06:06:21 PM »
make Sure your deck is strong enough for a hot tub

Thanks, it is strong enough for a (inflatable) hot tub. Does anyone know about leaving up the panels through the winter whether it's safe or a bad idea?