Bird-X Inc. Structural Bird Netting 100 Feet X 14 Feet Lightweight Bird Control 1/2" Molded Mesh #1 Best Seller
Model # NET-STR-100|Store SKU # 1000794439
- Bird-X Inc.
- Model # NET-STR-100
- Store SKU # 1000794439
Structural, heavy duty Bird Netting is a tough plastic mesh that permanently seals off all structural openings and pest bird roosting havens. Easy to maintain and aesthetically pleasing. Mesh size is 1/2 in. Durable Polypropylene. Roll size is 100 ft. x 14 ft. Best installed with Bird Net Mounting Clips.
- Block birds and small critters physically
- Retains strength over time
- Permanent bird control solution
- Different sizes available
- .5 inch polypropylene netting
- Made in the USA
Customer ReviewsStructural Bird Netting 100 Feet X 14 Feet Lightweight Bird Control 1/2" Molded Mesh #1 Best Seller is rated out of 5 by 3.Rated 4 out of 5 by CharlieH from Much thicker than other netting. Much thicker than other netting.Date published: 2019-02-20Rated 4 out of 5 by RosiesnPosies from Good...but... We built a pvc structure to put over the 8x14 foot blueberry patch. We bought this to replace the old netting which had no structure, and would get tangled when we rolled it up at the end of the season. It was equally as challenging to unroll and put back on the pvc frame. This is definitely easier to work with because of the structure. The only problem is, somehow a bird will occasionally get in. I have it staked down, but maybe the gaps are too wide between stakes because doves and cardinals (ground feeders) tend to get in. I think it's just easier to push it up without them getting tangled in it. (They did not get in with the old netting) I need to figure out how to secure it a little better but still not make it a pain to open when I need to go in and pick berries. I wish it came in a smaller roll. I'll use more of it next year on a strawberry patch.Date published: 2016-07-05Rated 5 out of 5 by SKB1 from Hope to get rid of unwanted swallows The netting was easy to install and seems durable.Date published: 2015-02-03