Example 1








Steel roof mount posts and bases with rubber feet to protect the roof seal and support the steel wire rope holding the netting system in place.

Example 2







This elevation shows the 50mm steel upright posts supporting the netting along the 20m length and over the top of the plant machinery to allow maintenance personnel to carry out works when necessary.

Example 3







Special bridge clamps are used to prevent drilling through cladding used to seal roofs. These are clamped on approximately every 600mm which hold the 2mm steel rope that supports the netting installation.

Example 4







This is an example of another roof mount supporting the pigeon netting on the top of plant machinery that can’t have fixings drilled into the panels.

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Example 1



Steel roof mount posts and bases with rubber feet to protect the roof seal and support the steel wire rope holding the netting system in place.

Example 2



This elevation shows the 50mm steel upright posts supporting the netting along the 20m length and over the top of the plant machinery to allow maintenance personnel to carry out works when necessary. Example 3



Special bridge clamps are used to prevent drilling through cladding used to seal roofs. These are clamped on approximately every 600mm which hold the 2mm steel rope that supports the netting installation.

Example 4



This is an example of another roof mount supporting the pigeon netting on the top of plant machinery that can’t have fixings drilled into the panels.

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The feral pigeon is the number one urban pest bird and we offer various solutions to prevent them roosting at your property.

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