Ideal for property boundaries, garden security, and more
out of 477 reviews
83% recommend this product
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Oct 2, 2019
Overall a good quality product. Holds stiff and firm once...
Overall a good quality product. Holds stiff and firm once in place. Do have a few concerns Long term with wire lasting up to objects running into or accidentally hitting the fencing as it seems to create indentions easily.
Hey, it's welded wire, not exactly compelling. The local deer raided my tomato crop so I decide...
Hey, it's welded wire,
not exactly compelling.
The local deer raided my tomato crop so I decided to up the ante and installed this 12 gauge wire to keep them out. I had no issues with "de-welding", poor welds, etc.
We haven't actually had a chance to use this Everbilt welded wire yet (due to several other home ...
We haven't actually had a chance to use this Everbilt welded wire yet (due to several other home improvement projects taking precedence), but we are planning to use this to replace a section of similar wire fencing around our vegetable garden. It's the ideal height at 3 feet, as we can easily step over it to get to our veggie plants. It also appears to be able to keep out some animals, like rabbits and groundhogs, that like to snack on our veggie plants. The fencing comes rolled up, of course, and loosening the wires that hold the coil together was a bit of a pain in my opinion. I unrolled a small section of it to see what it looks like and I found it sturdy enough. Some other buyers appear to have experienced loose welds when unrolling and handling this wire fencing, but my roll seems to have escaped that fate so far.
Don’t waste your time and energy with this fence. I thought that this would be the perfect fence...
Don’t waste your time and energy with this fence. I thought that this would be the perfect fence to make a few rings for tree saplings to keep the deer from snacking on them. When I started to unroll the fence, the welds started coming apart on several of individual wires. The farther that I unrolled, the more it continued to come apart. If this was truly welded wire fence, then it must have been welded during a power outage.
There is no doubt in my mind that working with this product, such as stapling to posts or stretching between posts would only make more welds break. It is stunning to me that this product could have made it through any sort of quality control at the factory, and the cost in energy manufacturing it and transporting it (and a shipload of similar, poorly made rolls of fence) halfway around the world is really an inexcusable waste. Save yourself the time, energy and frustration and don’t even think anymore about taking this home. Look for another brand.
I am using this 2” X 4” X 3’ welded wire fence to make cages to keep the deer and rabbits from ea...
I am using this 2” X 4” X 3’ welded wire fence to make cages to keep the deer and rabbits from eating my newly planted trees and bushes. I have been making cages that are 18” in diameter. That is plenty big for a new bush or tree. By the time that the plant gets too big for an 18” cage it is big enough to stand up to the wildlife. To make 18” cages I unroll a little over 3 feet of wire and cut it off. I then let the wire curl up into the right shape and bend the cut parts of the horizontal wire over the vertical wires. This makes a very animal proof enclosure that can be lifted off to trim the plant. The plant can be watered and fertilized right thru the mesh. I took a couple of pictures of Italian cypress trees that I have recently planted to demonstrate.