Purchase Chicken Wire Mesh from us at EasyMerchant.
Introducing our premium Chicken Wire Fencing, a hard wearing and versatile solution perfect for all your garden, horticulture, and agricultural fencing needs. With its unique hexagonal mesh design, this chicken wire will certainly live up to and exceed your expectations.
Designed with endurance in mind, our chicken wire fencing is made from galvanised steel, offering optimal resistance against harsh weather and other environmental elements. The hot-dipped zinc coating used during the galvanisation process ensures a corrosion-resistant surface, effectively preventing rust and extending it’s lifespan, while maintaining an appealing metallic grey colour finish.
Ideal for various outdoor applications, this Chicken Wire Mesh is your go-to fencing solution for chicken coops, rabbit runs, garden fencing, deer fencing, and even fruit cages. Chicken wire mesh is also useful for a multitude of other uses such as plastering, render support, insulation support between joists, and even arts and crafts! Our rolls of chicken wire are an essential DIY product.
Q: Where to buy chicken wire?
A: Well, you’re in the right place! EasyMerchant provides a variety of chicken wire lengths, heights, hole sizes, and wire thicknesses to cater to your specific needs.
Q: How to cut chicken wire?
A: It’s simple – all you need are wire cutters or tin snips for a clean cut.
Q: How to attach chicken wire to a brick wall?
A: By using masonry nails or screws with washers, you can securely fasten the chicken wire to the wall.
Q: What is chicken wire?
A: Chicken wire is a lightweight mesh made from thin, flexible galvanised steel wire, woven into a hexagonal pattern.
Q: How to attach chicken wire to a hedge?
A: Secure it using garden stakes, posts, or steel fencing pins driven into the ground alongside the hedge.
Q: How to make a chicken wire enclosure?
A: Bend and shape the wire into your desired form, then connect the edges using wire or cable ties.
We offer chicken wire in two standard wire gauges – 20 (0.9mm thick) and 22 (0.7mm thick), with our largest rolls of 1.8m height featuring a slightly heavier 19-gauge (1mm thick) wire. Please note, any cuts made into the steel may expose the new metal and cause rust.
Whether you’re planning a DIY project or a professional undertaking, our Chicken Wire Fencing is your reliable choice for resilient, versatile, and affordable fencing.
Fixing Chicken Wire Mesh to Wooden Posts
Staples can be used to loosely secure chicken wire mesh to wooden posts, this is because the mesh needs to be able to move and flex a little to avoid damage during impacts and heat expansion. Staples should be installed at 15cm (6 Inch) intervals.
Securing the Bottom of the Chicken Wire Mesh Fence
Using “U” shaped pegs, pin the bottom of the wire mesh fence into the soil by hooking the pegs through the holes at the bottom of the mesh. Pegs or Pins should be pushed into place at even distances around 60cm apart.
Fixing Chicken Wire Mesh to Metal Posts
Similarly to the wooden fence post fixing method, cable ties should be fastened at 15cm interval and with allowance of movement of the mesh fence to prevent damage from heat expansion and impact. Cut excess plastic from the cable ties once secured.
Extending the Length of Wire Mesh Fence with Overlapping
|Product:||Chicken Wire Mesh|
|Height:||1.8m, 1.2m, 900mm, 600mm, 350mm|
|Length:||4m, 10m, 25m, 50m|
|Hole Size:||25mm, 50mm|