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I ordered the net to protect the balcony of our vacation apartment in Greece from pigeons nesting there. It has held up for several months now. It is almost transparent so it is great to have to protection without the ugly look of the regular netting we used before..
Be ready to spend a whole day trying to assemble this net, it's incredibly frustrating.
The net was cut very strangely and didn't even nearly match the dimensions specified on the box of 4 x 3 m.
I have had the roll for 2 years, in 2 different flats, and have never had any issues with it.
This is a very functional and convenient way of keeping your pets safe from kamakaze moves off the balcony. Quite easy to negotiate even though when you open it you feel like you're going to drown in netting, but follow the instructions and all will go well. Hitch it up in whatever large room you have in your home first before threading the cord otherwise you'll get frustrated. I hooked the corners over anything I could find and then set to work.
Built onto veranda used wood struts and metal poles to lean to make roof. Put escape cat in found anything we missed and they have Ben safe all year. We check regular and only two holes when escape cat had little teeth big cat never damaged it. Would recommend it to all who want cats to have fresh air we have cat flap onto veranda but cats stay safe.
We used the neting on the patio and enclosed all sides and roof so the cats can get out in the fresh air but still be safe. We couldn't imagine how it would work but out youngest uses it like a hammock above the gate we made, he found gaps we missed but just cable tied them and has been up through all weather for about six months now and is doing the job we wanted it to. As the cats get older they have stopped chewing, we used wood to attach it to the decking and soft metal struts to get roof.
I have 4 elderly indoor cats. Due to arthritis, diabetes, teethlessness, slow reaction times; they have had to give up their outdoor world for the past year. This cat net is east to install, not very strong but so far none have tried chewing or climbing up it. I supervise their outdoor time anyway. It's not 'invisible'but it's not as ugly as pigeon nets so none of my neighbours have made any complains. I'll upload photos. Mine is the patio with the purple petunias.
I received this net for my balcony and it arrived slightly damaged so it's fair to say it's not very strong however it does the job. My 2 cats enjoy the use of their small balcony and it seems they are not even tempted to chew the net. The net is visible from the street so not quite invisible but it's not too big of an eye sore. It's definitely helped and my cat are very happy on the balcony.
I have 4 indoor cats and a small 5m x 1.5m terrace area to the rear of my ground floor property. I have the net sloping diagonally from high above the door to meet the wall which is approx 5ft. The cats love being able to go outside and sniff he fresh air, bathe in the sun and stalk insects etc. Only downside is that my terrace is now essentially a giant cat run which gets strange looks from visitors and neighbours, but what can I say, they're worth it.
I bought this with the intention to cover an opening with a Sash Window. I adjusted the fixing method to suit a rented flat, and window as most of the images of this product, showed up with balconies etc. Basically used two voile/curtain poles (screw, not spring loaded) weaved in and out the top and bottom of the required size of net. tightly screwed those in place so they don't move, and then used small hooks to hook out the edges to stop any escaping that way. Wonder perfectly well. See the pictures for more details.