One of our best sellers is our Temporary Fencing Kits; containing:
1x Barrier Mesh Fence 1m x 50m roll (colour choice and grade choice available)
20x Fencing Pins for support (metal or plastic option)
20x U-pins (to anchor the mesh into the ground)
100 Cable Ties (for further support)
A regular question of ours is: “How do I put this up?” So here’s a how to make popping your fence up a little easier.
First off, whether you are having plastic or metal pins; you need to position them with the correct spacing for effective support. We recommend a distance of 2m – 2.5m. This will enable your mesh fencing to stay taut and act as a secure boundary.
Once you have your pins in place you should then roll out your barrier mesh.
- If using metal pins, hook the fencing over the loop at the top, and further attach the barrier mesh with extra cable ties down the length of the pin.
- With plastic pins, simply clip onto the hooks.
It’s easier to roll out the amount of netting you need by standing the roll of mesh upright with 1x pin of choice anchoring the end of the roll. This will allow you to efficiently roll out your netting.
Once you have your basic fence up you can then introduce the U-pins. 1x U-pin between each post will secure the netting to the ground and will decrease the chance of animals or children trying to go under the netting.
Whether it’s temporary or permanent the Temporary Fencing Kit is ideal for quick boundaries and fences.
It’s that simple!