Here at Lawrence Sintered Metals, we offer a variety of different wire meshes. You may have a certain project that requires wire mesh, but you aren’t sure which kind of mesh to use. Should you consider Dutch weave, plain weave, twill weave, or how about reverse Dutch twill weave? For many applications a welded wire mesh is actually the best option.
Welded wire mesh is very strong, since the metal has been welded together at the weave, which makes this type of weave ideal for:
Do you need to keep critters out of your garden? Welded metal mesh can resist sharp little teeth and even strong hoofs! Let the creatures of the forest find their own food.
You want to allow your pets space to run and play without giving them unlimited freedom, which could lead to them getting lost or wandering into the street. Welded wire mesh works great for fencing to keep in dogs, cats, and even bunnies and chickens. Wrap it around your entire property or just a section of it. You can even use it to build a rabbit hutch or a chicken paddock.
Welded wire mesh can also be used to keep humans out. Use it to put up a fence around your property or on your windows or doors to keep your home safe from intruders.
Decorative Protective Side for Patios
There are many decorative and utility uses for welded wire mesh and wire mesh. There are many sizes and some of the larger metal mesh types can be used for your patio or staircase.
From Houzz: Found this on McCoy’s website (many other places stock similar products, including some with colored rubber coating): 5’ x 16’ panel combines a 6” x 6” spacing and a 1 gauge galvanized wire …
Still not sure which type of metal mesh is right for you? Then give us a call and tell us about your project. Our friendly representatives will be happy to help.