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  • A:You will always start and finish with an end post. This post has a single bracing strut and a tension bar plus the tensioning fittings for the line wire. Then put an intermediate post every 2 - 3 metres. For long runs, you will need a two-w...Read more

  • A:The recommended distance between chain-link posts is from 2 metres to a maximum of 3 metres. They should have around 600mm in the ground which is usually filled with post-mix and allowed to set.Printable chain link fitting instructions...Read more

  • A:For Soffits or cladding use the stainless steel or black coated aluminiuminsect mesh, available in 100mm and 150mm widths....Read more

  • A:The best mesh is stainless steel in a maximum of 6mm aperture. You can select either welded or woven and just cut to size with wire cutters. It can be fixed with strong external adhesive....Read more

  • A:Cat runs should be made from welded wire mesh with a hole size of 25mm x 25mm in thestandard 16 gaugeor if you wish to create a more perfect engineered look the slightly heavierEuropean made 15 gauge. This is the mesh we supply to catteries...Read more

  • A:If you wish to protect chickens/ Poultry from foxes you need to select a welded mesh in a50mm x 50mm at 14 gaugeor25mm x 25mm at 16 gauge. Foxes are good climbers so you will need to create a roof and also peg the mesh to the ground so they...Read more