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Roof Tile Netting

Roof Tile Netting & Facade Nets

Safety nets for securing roof tiles on church towers, old factory buildings or barns. Somentimes a crumbling roof cannot be repaired immediately. Nevertheless, the owner of a property is responsible for safe traffic routes and work areas. In such cases, safety nets are a temporary solution. The netting gets simply tensed over the affected roof or in front of the affected facade. So the crumbling bricks will be held directly or they will be guided on their way to the ground.

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Roof Tile Netting by the m (Custom-Made)

with reinforced selvage cord

Rope Diameter: 2.3 mm
Mesh Size: 45 mm
Material: high tenacity polypropylene, knotless

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Shipping Time: 18-20 working days
excl. VAT *1starting at 4,96 € / m² incl. VAT *2starting at 5,90 € / m²
Roof Tile Netting by the m (Custom-Made)

with reinforced selvage cord

Rope Diameter: 2.3 mm
Mesh Size: 20 mm
Material: high tenacity polypropylene, knotless

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Shipping Time: 18-20 working days
excl. VAT *1starting at 8,87 € / m² incl. VAT *2starting at 10,55 € / m²
Facade Netting by the m (Custom-Made)

with reinforced edges and eyelets

Weight: approx. 200 g/m²
Material: polyethylene
Shading: 50 : 50

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Shipping Time: 13-15 working days
excl. VAT *1starting at 7,52 € / m² incl. VAT *2starting at 8,95 € / m²
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How To Secure A Crumbling Facade?

To secure a crumbling facade, there are a few steps you can take:

  • Identify the cause of the damage: Often, facade damage is due to damp walls or poor insulation. To ensure that repairs are effective, the cause of the damage must be addressed.
  • Remove loose or damaged bricks or mortar: If parts of the facade are loose or damaged, they must be carefully removed and replaced.
  • Use new mortar to securely anchor the stones or bricks: use hydraulic mortar to ensure that it has sufficient adhesion and that the damage does not recur.
  • Protect the facade from further damage: Put measures such as gutters and drains in place to prevent water from running down the facade and causing damage.

It is important that the repairs are done by a professional craftsman to ensure that they are safe and durable. If the damage to the faade is extensive or if in-depth repairs are required, it may be necessary to hire an architect or civil engineer to ensure that the building remains safe and stable.

 

Is It Possible To Use A Net To Secure The Facade?

It is possible to use a net to secure a crumbling facade by stretching it in front of the facade to catch falling stones or mortar. This could be especially useful if the damage is on a house facade that is near roads, sidewalks or other busy areas and could pose a danger to passers-by.

However, the net should not be used as the only action to secure the facade. Use this securing primarily to avert acute danger from falling parts. In the medium term, the facade should be repaired or replaced. Until then, securing with a fabric tarpaulin or a net is an adequate first step.

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