- monofilament wire
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 post, eliminating sagging. If homeowners plan to install a deer fence with posts less than 15 feet apart from one another, tension wire will most likely be used. The monofilament wire can be used to strengthen the top of the fence and halt jumping attempts from deer and other wildlife.
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 the fence mesh from post to post.To tighten the fence mesh, installers will need to tension the mesh with monofilament [...]
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 [...]
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 usually answer with words like "strong," unstoppable," or "impenetrable." This is why we highly recommend adding a line of monofilament [...]
At Deerbusters, we believe a little help can go a long way. We know that there are numerous deer fencing options. We know that their are fence accessories that can help with the installation process. And, we know it can be overwhelming. Below, are a few related products on Deerbusters.com that may help you decide [...]