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DIY Netting Installation

Here are some instructions to complete your own installation. Remember these are guides only and the instructions may be different depending on the exact nature of your installation and the purpose you have intended for the netting. For additional help, please feel free to call us at 1-800-426-4690 we will be happy to assist you.

For complicated and larger installation projects we strongly recommend you consider our installation service.

Windscreen Installation

Windscreen Installation Instructions:

1. Unroll the fabric along the fence line. Double fold the vertical edge of the fabric to create a 2" hem. Position fabric at desired height, aligning edge over the tension bar.

2. Starting at the top corner, secure the fabric along the vertical edge with the tie-wraps at 6" intervals. Insert the tie-wraps through the hem (approximately 1" from the edge) and around the tension bar.

3. Attach the top length of the fabric along the fence line, inserting tie-wraps through the knitted reinforcement strip at 12" intervals to either the top rail or the chain link.

4. Pull the fabric tight and attach along the bottom using the same procedure in step 3.

5. Complete the installation by trimming the fabric and attaching the remaining end to the tension bar following instructions in step 2.

Golf Netting Installation

Golf vertical netting installation instructions:

1. Poles

Poles should be no greater than fifty feet apart. The depth of the poles in the ground varies with conditions from region to region depending on such factors as soil density, water to soil ratio, type of pole used, etc. Typical pole depth is 10% of the pole's overall height, plus 3 feet buried.

2. Cables:

The golf netting should be supported every 2500 square feet. A cable is required along the top and bottom. The upper support cable should be a minimum of 7,000 lbs. bursting strength. Bottom cable's strength is 3,800 lbs.

3. Mounting the Cables:

If wood poles are used, eye bolts should be mounted through the pole facing the inside of the range. Steel poles require a bracket to be welded perpendicular to the fence line facing inside of the range. The cable should not be allowed to move through the mounting hardware. The cable can be secured by placing a cable clamp through the eye bolt head to trap the cable.

4. Mounting the Golf Net:

With Hog Rings:

We ship the golf netting in a condensed form. As the material is unrolled on the ground, it will appear substantially narrower and longer than the actual dimension ordered. Pull the material out to its intended width before installing. As this is done, the length of the material will decrease. The netting can then be hog ringed directly to the cable working the top and bottom simultaneously. The top should be hog ringed at every opening and the bottom every other opening. It is important that the golf netting not be allowed to rub against the surface of the wood poles. This may be prevented by placing a 9 gauge wire over the top of the netting and fastening to the pole with staples, or capping the net between the pole and a 2 x 4.

With Caribbean Clips:

The golf netting will require the installation of a rope border. An additional cable must be run down the length of the pole. Clips are attached to the cable every twelve inches.

5. Notes:

Carefully inspect the shipment upon receipt. Freight damages or shortages must be noted on the carrier's bill of lading.

Baseball Netting Installation

Baseball Installation Instructions:

1. Poles

Poles should be no greater than fifty feet apart. The depth of the poles in the ground varies with conditions from region to region depending on such factors as soil density, water to soil ratio, type of pole used, etc. Typical pole depth is 10% of the pole's overall height, plus 3 feet buried.

2. Cables:

The baseball netting should be supported every 2500 square feet. A cable is required along the top and bottom. The upper support cable should be a minimum of 7,000 lbs. bursting strength. Bottom cable's strength is 3,800 lbs.

3. Mounting the Cables:

If wood poles are used, eye bolts should be mounted through the pole facing the inside of the range. Steel poles require a bracket to be welded perpendicular to the fence line facing inside of the range. The cable should not be allowed to move through the mounting hardware. The cable can be secured by placing a cable clamp through the eye bolt head to trap the cable.

4. Mounting the Net:

With Hog Rings:

We ship the baseball netting in a condensed form. As the material is unrolled on the ground, it will appear substantially narrower and longer than the actual dimension ordered. Pull the material out to its intended width before installing. As this is done, the length of the material will decrease. The baseball netting can then be hog ringed directly to the cable working the top and bottom simultaneously. The top should be hog ringed at every opening and the bottom every other opening. It is important that the netting not be allowed to rub against the surface of the wood poles. This may be prevented by placing a 9 gauge wire over the top of the netting and fastening to the pole with staples, or capping the net between the pole and a 2 x 4.

With Caribbean Clips:

The baseball netting will require the installation of a rope border. An additional cable must be run down the length of the pole. Clips are attached to the cable every twelve inches.

5. Notes:

Carefully inspect the shipment upon receipt. Freight damages or shortages must be noted on the carrier's bill of lading.