> EXCLUSIONARY NETTING
A PHYSICAL BARRIER TO KEEP BIRDS OUT
Often when birds are nesting, the installation of a physical barrier may be the only viable solution to keep birds away from desired area. Exclusionary netting is used to exclude pest birds from roosting, nesting or landing behind the netted areas. Common applications include structural steel undersides of canopies, open roof areas that exceed 4 feet of depth and open top canopies. Exclusionary netting is offered in different colors to aesthetically match the existing theme of the structure or architecture it’s being applied around.
Bird Net 2000™ is a professional-grade polyethylene knotted netting. It is U.V. stabilized, rot-proof, waterproof, is sub-zero stable, has a 270° F melting point and is flame-resistant.
- 3/4″Excludes all bird species.
- 1-1/8″ Excludes pigeons and starlings.
- 2″ Excludes pigeons, seagulls and larger birds.
All three sizes are available in: black, stone, or white.
A frame will be constructed utilizing stainless steel cable attached to eyebolts with turnbuckles at the corner of every run. The cable will be secured using intermediate attachments every two feet. The netting will be attached with net rings.