It will come as no surprise…
Here at Renco Nets, we make a lot of nets.
The clue is in the name, of course.
Over the years we’ve supplied thousands of ‘traditional’ nets: Football nets, cricket nets, industrial safety nets, and nets to cover and protect crops.
When you think of netting, that’s probably the kind of thing that comes to mind. You picture big, criss-cross sheets of rope or twine, usually in a field or being dragged out at sea.
It’s only natural.
But fact is: the netting we produce can be designed and adapted in all sorts of different ways.
It’s why we don’t just think of ourselves as being a ‘traditional’ netting company.
We do so much more.
For example, you might not realise we make…
- HORSE HAY FEEDING BAGS – Netting makes the perfect material for bags you can use to feed hay to horses. The mesh of the net helps to slow down how much the horse eats and can help prevent boredom and bad habits while the horse is in the stable. Plus, using a net horse feed bag helps to prevent too much waste of the hay itself. We are proud suppliers to Trickle Nets® - The ultimate slow feeder nets. For more information on horse hay feeding bags, please visit Trickle Nets® website - https://www.tricklenet.co.uk/
- CHILDREN’S SWINGS – Continuing on the buoy theme, we also produce buoy swings that can be used in children’s soft play areas. By securely fastening a buoy to a thick length of rope and hanging it from a play structure ceiling, you’ve quickly got an exciting and stimulating obstacle for any child to play on.
As you can see, the rope and twine used in producing our nets can be developed into all sorts of things.
We still do produce a LOT of nets.
From archery nets to stop wayward arrows on a firing range to fine mesh nets to cover bricks or cargo – you name it and our expert craftspeople are able to weave it.
So, whether you’re in need of something a little different – like horse feeding bags or a fresh set of guide lanes for a swimming pool – or if you’re just looking for a more traditional kind of net…
Don’t hesitate to get in touch.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us direct on +44 (0) 1469 575 804 and we’ll be happy to discuss your specific needs.