.7x1 Mesh Bird Block Netting
This Polypropylene netting is manufactured in the USA in a continuous extrusion Process which results in a product that is extremely durable, Light weight, non-corrosive, rustproof, UV resistant, and low cost with cheaper shipping than traditional wire. Polypropylene netting is safe and easy to install. This product unrolls flat and straight so that it goes up quickly. You staple it to the rafters and the hog ring or cable tiethe edges together.
Polyethylene & Polypropylene are the industry standard materials for high quality poultry netting. These materials are designed for continuous use in high UV areas. The UV protection is actually built into the material, not just a surface treatment.
Useful for : Keeping the Barn Swallows, Pigeons, & other wild birds from nesting in your building and deficating all over your property. Attach to your chain link and 2' x 4' welded wire pens to keep the wild birds from eating the feed & contaminating the water, spreading parasites and disease to your valuable game birds. Raising any type of poultry, pheasant, waterfowl, peacock, chuckers, quail, etc. Garden barrier to keep the rabbits & deer out. Protect your fruit trees from birds and other animals.
Why Buy From Us? We are a family business started by my grandfather over 50 years ago. We intend on being in business for another 50 years. We have over 20 years' experience with netting & have shipped to 10s of thousands of customers worldwide. We only sell quality, well made products.
Material : Polypropylene (Not Nylon)
Nylon vs. Polyethylene Our Polyethylene nets, the UV inhibitors are inside the Polymeric blend that gets extruded into the individual fibers. These fibers are twisted or braided into twine. Since the UV inhibitor is built into the fibers, it can't wear off. Polyethylene doesn't absorb water, doesn't rot, and loses very little strength year to year. Their Nylon nets are coated with a UV inhibitor which tends to wear off in a year or two. Nylon absorbs water, encouraging mold, mildew, and rotting. See picture above. Typically a new nylon net used outside in direct sun will lose 15% to 20% of its tensile strength each year.