- fence tensioning
Tension cable should be considered when installing deer fence for several reasons. For one, fence posts that are spaced over 15 feet may see sagging of the fence material between posts. Secondly, if trees are around the premises that may see fallen branches; and lastly, when gardens are located in windy areas [where tree branches and flying debris may become problematic].
While 12 gauge tension wire may be enough to secure the top, middle and/or bottom of a plastic deer fence, steel core tension wire may be of more interest to homeowners that experience troubles with trees; debris; and even aggressive deer herds approaching landscapes. Steel core tension wire is made from 8 gauge steel that is virtually chew-resistant to fight off deer and small critters. The black PVC-coating also extends the longevity of the steel core by protecting it from weather exposure.
For homeowners that grow plants in areas with a lot of trees around the property, and worry about large deer herds passing through, consider using steel core tension wire to secure deer fences.
Fence tensioning is an important add-on for deer fence. For one, the monofilament wire helps to keep fences nice and taut between posts when spaced closer than the recommended 15-20' feet spacing. Having monofilament wire allows fence to not droop between posts thus preventing white-tailed deer from jumping into growing sites. Monofilament wire is also nice to [...]
Tension wire is an important component when installing fence in yards and is not only used for deer fencing. Tension wire, also known as monofilament wire, is used to make fence mesh taut and to eliminate sagging from post to post. Fence tension wire is used by [fruit] tree growers and on areas with heavy wind [...]
Tension wire is used on deer fencing for several reasons. For areas with high winds, tension wire helps sturdy the fence and block flying debris. Fence tensioning protects the fence mesh from falling tree limbs - therefore, if gardeners have trees on properties, tension wire is a must-have accessory.Ultimately, tension wire steadies the fence from post to [...]
Tension wire for fencing may seem like an unnecessary accessory; but for areas with high winds or trees, fence tensioning should be at the top of a buyer's list. Monofilament wire adds tensioning at the top of a deer fence, keeping the fence nice and taut. It also prevents the fence from sagging in the middle. Tension [...]