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Mesh Fencing Has Many Practical Uses

 
Fencing options used to be limited to wood or barbed wire. While great for livestock, boundary marking and maybe some decorative use, they weren't very flexible in terms of portability, safety or versatility.

Fencing has evolved over the years. With the introduction of new materials, fencing is limited only by your imagination.

Common fencing materials now include:
  • Aluminum
  • Wood
  • PVC
  • Wrought Iron
  • Vinyl
  • Bamboo Mesh
Fencing options used to be limited to wood or barbed wire. While great for livestock, boundary marking and maybe some decorative use, they weren't very flexible in terms of portability, safety or versatility.

Fencing has evolved over the years. With the introduction of new materials, fencing is limited only by your imagination.

Common fencing materials now include:
  • Aluminum
  • Wood
  • PVC
  • Wrought Iron
  • Vinyl
  • Bamboo Mesh
 

Mesh Fencing Is Very Versatile

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While there's no single material that's perfect for every situation, mesh fencing comes close. It is available in many different materials including vinyl, cloth, coated cloth, wire, coated wire and welded wire. Woven fencing is known by many names including chain link, poultry or “chicken” wire and screen.

Check out GEMPLER'S selection of mesh fencing for personal or professional use.

Mesh fencing is available in rolls, panels or sheets and in virtually unlimited options for opening size, strength and color. Mesh fencing also tends to be less expensive, safer, more flexible and easier to move. It also requires less maintenance.

So how can you use mesh fencing? The uses are limited only by your imagination.
 

16 Great Uses for Mesh Fencing

1. Jobsite safety

Create a portable, flexible fence to secure your worksite and prevent people from stumbling onto the job.

2. Crowd control

A portable, lightweight mesh fence can guide foot traffic where you want people to go (or not go).

3. Garden fencing

A mesh fence can keep critters out but let rain and sunshine in. Depending on your garden, mesh fencing can also give plants something to climb.

4. Pet containment

Keep pets in your yard where you want them so they don't “gift” an unwilling neighbor.

5. Privacy and concealment

A tightly woven mesh fence can be virtually opaque to prying eyes and can extend your indoor living space to the outdoors.

6. Traffic control

Mesh fencing can be used to guide or direct vehicle traffic.

7. Plant nursery

Vinyl mesh fences are available in different degrees of weave to limit the amount of sun on delicate plants.

8. Boundary lines

A mesh fence is an easy, inexpensive way to define property lines and prevent trespassing.

9. Snow control

Snow fencing is a specifically designed mesh fence designed to minimize drifting on roadways.

10. Animal fencing

Temporary or permanent mesh fencing can be used to designate animal corrals and keep livestock where you want them.

11. Security

A mesh fence such as chain link is a quick and inexpensive way to secure property and keep unwanted guests out.

12. Child safety

A vinyl mesh fence is a splinter-free alternative to wood to keep children safely in your yard.

13. Windscreen

A tight-weave mesh fence can block the wind for outdoor activities.

14. Decorative

The right fence can add a decorative touch to your property.

15. Advertising

A tight-weave mesh fence can be printed with your company's name, logo or other information to promote your business.

16. Insect Control

A tighter weave of mesh fencing, commonly known as screening, can enclose an outdoor space to protect you from annoying mosquitos or other insects.

What other ways can you use mesh fence? You're only limited by your imagination!

If you're installing mesh fencing for personal or professional use, check out GEMPLER'S selection of fencing tools and supplies.
 
 
 
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