After we pulled the Chainwire Fencing between the posts and walked back and forth, admiring the results of our labor, we took up the main stage – the net.
This step was not as creative as stretching the wire. The case turned out to be monotonous and even, I would say, dreary. Especially for me as the main roll holder.
First, I put the roll at the extreme post – not unwinding, but only by unwinding literally 20 cm of the mesh – onto the bricks (and we remember that the bricks are needed so that the mesh does not touch the ground and does not rust ahead of time).
And the son at this time tied the very edge of the net to the post with wire.
Our grid is higher than the posts, Chainwire Fencing but that’s not a problem. Only to the extreme pillar we tied a stick, to which we tied the net, for evenness. Further, the mesh holds itself.
then slowly unwind the mesh by about a third of the span.
The distance between the posts is about 3.30 meters. So the roll is enough for exactly three spans.
So, we rewind the mesh by about a meter, put bricks under the roll and fasten the mesh by the cell to the upper and then the lower wire.
We rewind about another meter and again fix the mesh by the upper and lower wires with a Chainwire Fencing.
There are two ambushes here.
When unwinding, the net always clings at the top and bottom with hooks to each other. Therefore, you have to unwind carefully – one holds the roll, and the second crawls on his knees, unhooking the hooks at the bottom, or at the top, no longer on his knees, of course.
In this way we fix the mesh in a vertical position Chainwire Fencing
In fact, not difficult, just rather monotonous and requires attention when searching – which hook is caught on which. I put on glasses to speed up the process.
And the second point to which you need to pay attention – the net must also be pulled when unwinding. Otherwise it will blister. Which is not really scary – I later noticed that many of the Chainwire Fencing are generally stretched somehow. But I want beauty and aesthetics in a separate suburban area!
So, having made two stops and tied the net to the wire below and above in two places at a distance of about a meter (running ahead that the son then walked and in some places additionally tied the net to the wire), we reached the first pillar.
Two options are possible here – either we attach the mesh to the wire at the post, or, if there is enough tension, to the ears on the post.
Additionally, in one or two places, the net is wrapped around the post.
Here you need to be careful and make sure that there are no blisters on the mesh, which happens if you pull the mesh a little tighter from above or below, and then it goes with a bias.
Therefore, the net must be allowed to lie down freely. We ran our hand along the mesh, as if we were smoothing it. And sometimes it was checked by cells, for the purity of the experiment.
So, the first roll ended and there was a need to connect it to the second.
The first pancake, that is, the first connection came out lumpy. We just pulled a wire between the finished mesh and the new mesh.
On the third roll, we decided to make it beautiful.
But all the recommendations for connecting the grids that we found on the network talked exclusively about how to connect the grids lying on the ground.
This option did not suit us categorically.
Firstly, we have already wound one roll. Do not unwind the same stop the connections back!
Secondly, we have a garden around here and lay out two rolls, we simply have nowhere to unwind them.
Therefore, they did everything like this.
First, we need to determine where we have the top of the roll and where is the bottom.
The length of the folded hooks on one side and on the other side of the net is different. so we look at the length of the already delivered roll.
Then it turned out that at the end of each roll there is one free link, designed just for stapling the rolls.
Further, the question is only technique. More precisely, the question is to adapt.
Because one holds the new roll as close as possible to the already wound one (with the right end up, I remind you!), And the second, according to the rule of the gimlet, screwed in the free link of the wire from top to bottom in a clockwise direction.
The one who holds the roll with both hands, with the third hand simply directs the link to the desired cells.
If you missed, it doesn’t matter. We rewound a little back (counterclockwise), caught the necessary cells and screw it in again.
Here below the photo came out badly, because I was on my knees and took pictures, in principle, with my third hand. But from above, if you look closely, you can see the hook from the link screwed on top.
It is difficult by description only and the first five cells, I will not hide.
But as soon as you catch the wave, you will even get an aesthetic pleasure from the process of connecting the rolls and from how then this connection will be imperceptible if you do everything right!
This is the connection!
At the first connection, we even had a fight, to be honest. But the latter was done as they sang Kalinka – easily and with pleasure.
As a result, only one connection – the first one – turned out to be clumsy. All others are completely invisible.
And the Chainwire Fencing turned out to be such a handsome man.We have been walking along it for a week just like we are in a museum – admiring it.
did it themselves.
But at first they thought to call specialists.