Welded Wire Fence Panels

Welded Wire Fence Panels

There are a whole lot of options for the type of fence you want to install in your homes and properties for different purposes. May it be for aesthetic, for highly durable protection or keeping things in or out of your property.

Welded wire fence panels

offer you a rustic, sort of masculine and outdoorsy type of vibe. This kind of fencing is usually used if you want to build an animal enclosure, bird sanctuaries, or some sort of aquaculture related traps. This is also used for boardwalks and for decks in your home. This is also used on animal cages, dog kennels, cations (cat patios), gardens, filtration devices, stairwell railings, and many more.

You could see this usually in zoos. Depending on what kind of animal they are keeping in, thicker or heavier or lighter gauge wires may be used. A vinyl coated welded wire can be used if you want to build a deck, or you may choose stainless steel for a stronger and longer-lasting fence. Polyvinyl chloride is used on greenhouses and aquaculture purposes. Welded wire fence panels could perform a lot of different options for your different needs.


are usually cut from rolls. Some, however, are manufactured according on the type of gauge, mesh, or finish configuration. If you want less labor for installation, using flat panels may be ideal rather than unrolling several rolls and cutting and measuring it by hand.

Panels that are flattened

usually cost more. However, you could save a lot of your time and energy, which makes up for what it’s worth.

If you choose to cut your own panels over buying the ready to use ones, always remember that there are two cuts per panel except for the first one. For each cut you add, the exposed wires from the previous cut must be removed. It will take a lot of hand strength and patience when cutting wires on your own, especially if you are dealing with heavier ones. Expect that the gauge will be harder to cut. In minimizing the memory, try to reverse-roll its cut panel and leave it exposed to the sun to heat for a day. This will make cutting a bit easier for you since the metal would be more flexible. If you are going to put your panels in between wood, coating exposed ends would no longer be required.

Use coating

if you will leave the ends exposed as the weather could damage it if not coated. You should also staple the mesh on one side of the wood to keep it in place. Staple it a few inches from each other to keep it secured. For better weather resistance, use galvanized staples. If sagging occurs, a strand of wire can be woven to keep it upright and in place. Secure the strand of wire by twisting it to a post. Stapling isn’t an option here.

Before buying

your welded wire fence panels, make sure to inquire what suits your needs to the manufacturer or seller.