Used in The Garden And in Sport
The privacy net is usually deployed as a fence screen mounted on wire-mesh fences. If plot and land owners feel uncomfortably exposed to their neighbours’ gaze, the net is additionally installed on the existing garden fence as a screen net. The eyelets integrated into the fence screen at intervals of 50 cm make this an easy task. The privacy net also creates shade, so that it protects plants growing next to the fence from excessively strong sun. Shading nets can also be installed on terraces and balconies, for example to protect children playing there from sunburn. Conversely, on cool days shade and screen nets also function as excellent windbreaks.
Privacy nets are also often installed on hoardings to prevent passers-by from foraging for things to steal. Sports grounds represent another important area of application. As these are usually fenced in, the nets are always useful when, for instance football games could otherwise be watched from outside by people who have not bought tickets. Investing in the installation of a screen net with a shade factor from 50 per cent upwards quickly pays off. In tennis, the net fulfils an additional function as a windbreak net and is often printed with advertisements.
The Right Shading Net for Every Fence
Safetynet365 offers you a selection of screen nets in different shade factors and colors. Whether you’re looking for a privacy net in cream for the garden, a modern screen net in anthracite for your urban roof terrace or a neutral screen net for the shop – you’ll find the right one at our shop. Our Shading Net of high tenacity polypropylene fabric with a shade factor of 50% and a weight of 200 g/m² is available in various colors.
The Privacy Netting, weighing 320 g/m², has a shade factor of 90% and is therefore extremely opaque, without thereby losing its air and water permeability.