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Top Tips for the Maintenance of Sports Netting

So, you realise the need for high quality sports netting, but are concerned about the damage that may be caused as a result of exposure to inclement weather and high-impact activities. Such damage will inevitably result in your having to pay out for repair and replacement. However, you can increase the durability of your sports netting by following the maintenance recommendations in this blog. Routine Netting Inspections Sports netting may degrade as a result of everyday stretching, contact abrasion, or exposure...
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Why Polyethylene is the Material of Choice for Sports Netting

With spring having sprung and the social distancing measures being relaxed our thoughts are turning to outdoor sports. Children and adults are looking forward to showcasing their skills in sports such as football, cricket, and tennis. Now is the ideal time to prepare your outdoor facilities, ensuring that you have safe and durable netting in place. Polyethylene (otherwise known as polyethylene or PE) is our recommended material for indoor and outdoor netting. Produced in great quantities throughout the world and...
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Simple Answers to Ten Questions You Might Have About Rope and Netting

We get a lot of questions in from new and existing clients about the different types of rope and netting we provide and about the service we offer. In case you’re searching around look for an answer to a specific question, we thought it would be useful to put a load of answers in one place. Of course, if there’s a specific question you have that isn’t answered here, just let us know. You can always call direct on 01469 575 804...
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Hit For Six: How Netting Is Used In Sport

When it comes to the use of nets in sport, you’d be surprised at how many different ways they can be used beyond the typical image of a criss-cross white net strung up between goal posts. Here are six other sports we provide netting for: 1. CRICKET NETS After football, this is probably the most obvious candidate. Most often nets are used in cricket for practice areas, so players can swing for six without some poor fielder having to run to the...