USING ARCHITECTURAL WIRE MESH AT HOME

 

Architectural wire mesh is a product that is easily noticeable in screen doors and window screens. It can also be used in various applications at home. It is used in fencing, dividing rooms and also shelving. It can also be used behind the scenes in walls, plumbing and ceilings. If you are planning to do some renovations in your house, you will find out that architectural wire mesh can be very helpful to your project. You first need to know the different types that are available and their applications. There is the woven mesh that has tiny openings and often referred to as wire cloth. The wire cloth is the most common mesh that you can find in homes because it is extensively used in screens for doors and windows. The wire cloth is available in various opening sizes. If you have an application that requires ventilation and you want to keep the bugs out, then architectural wire mesh is the ideal choice.

The other type is known as the welded wire mesh that is used in various heavy-duty applications. The wires are welded together at cross sections to create a sturdy frame for the product. In most commercial and industrial applications, heavier gauges are used. These create effective barriers for security purposes. You can also use the same in your compound as fencing material. There is also the knit wire that is also referred to as chicken wire. The original purpose for this wire mesh was to provide a cheap barrier for chicken and other livestock. However, it is nowadays used for numerous applications in the house and garden. The reason for its popularity is its affordable nature and ease of modification. It is also durable meaning that it can be used in a wide range of applications. It is commonly used to create barriers for pests in the garden.

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By valariearthur

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