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How to Tie the Mesh

At Fenceshop, we are here to offer you a comprehensive tutorial on how to effectively tie the mesh for your fences. Whether you are a DIY expert or a beginner, this guide will provide you with all the necessary information to achieve a professional and durable result.

Materials and Tools Needed

Before starting, make sure you have all the necessary materials and tools at hand. Here is a detailed list:

  • Mesh - Choose from our options like Stilplax, Vortek, Bahia, TR, GP, Divy, and Tubolario.
  • Binding Wires - Preferably stainless steel for greater strength.
  • Knipex Pliers - To cut wires precisely.
  • Hit Cutter - Useful for finishing details.
  • Work Gloves - To protect your hands during work.
  • Fence Pliers - Makes it easier to attach the mesh to the posts.

Before proceeding with tying the mesh, it is essential to adequately prepare the work area. Follow these steps:

  • Ground Cleaning - Remove weeds, stones, and other obstacles that could interfere with the installation.
  • Post Installation - Place the support posts at regular intervals, ensuring they are well anchored to the ground.
Tying Procedure

Once the preparation is completed, it is time to start tying the mesh. Carefully follow these steps:

  • Positioning the Mesh - Unroll the mesh and place it against the support posts. Ensure it is well aligned and taut.
  • Initial Fixing - Use the binding wires to attach the mesh to the first post. Wrap the wire around the mesh and the post, then tighten it with the fence pliers.
  • Intermediate Tying - Proceed along the mesh, attaching it to the intermediate posts with the binding wires. Ensure that the mesh remains taut and well aligned.
  • Final Fixing - Once you reach the last post, attach the mesh as you did for the first post, ensuring it is well taut.
Final Check

After completing the tying of the mesh, it is important to carry out a final check to ensure the stability and security of the fence:

  • Check the Tension - Ensure that the mesh is well taut and does not sag.
  • Check the Attachments - Make sure all the binding wires are well tightened and that the mesh is firmly anchored to the posts.
  • Finishing Touches - Use the Hit cutter to remove any excess wire and finish the details.
Useful Tips

Here are some useful tips for achieving an optimal result:

  • Choose the Right Mesh - Based on your needs, opt for a sturdy mesh like Stilplax or Vortek if you seek durability, or a more decorative mesh like Arcodecò or Goticdecò if aesthetics are a priority.
  • Use Quality Wires - Stainless steel binding wires offer greater durability and corrosion resistance.
  • Maintenance - Periodically check your fence to ensure it remains in good condition and promptly intervene in case of damage.

By following these steps and tips, you will be able to tie the mesh effectively and durably. At Fenceshop, we are always at your disposal to provide you with the best products and technical support for all your fencing needs. Happy working!

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