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Why Install Fence Tension Wire?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 19th Feb 2020

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 … read more

Why Use Tension Wire On Fence?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 10th Jun 2019

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 fro … read more

Drooping Fence Mesh On Posts?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 16th Apr 2019

When installing fence posts, some installers may choose to go 10 feet apart as opposed to the recommended 15-20 feet apart. This is okay as long as they are prepared to see drooping, or sagging, of th … read more

Why Use Fence Tensioning

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 26th Jun 2018

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 tensi … read more

Why Use Monofilament Wire On Fence?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 15th Jan 2018

Basic deer fence rolls will keep out deer; but deer fence complete with accessories will keep out just about everything. When we ask our clients what they are looking for in a garden fence, they usual … read more

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