Sue Horne - Shetland isles
Just installed 70m black windbreak along our western boundary. It's uneven ground adjoining rough pasture with existing fence posts in place. Was a dream to install, easily tensioned despite the uneven ground and gives a really professional appearance. Delighted with the black - much less noticeable than green in our environment. We have regular sustained winds of 60+ mph during the winter - In comparison to many of the windbreak mesh fencing used locally this certainly looks like it will be effective.
Steve Bond - North Cornwall
Thank you for prompt delivery of exactly what I ordered, windbreak netting as described.
Every year my globe artichokes catch a few early rays of sunshine and sprout like there's no tomorrow. Then, every year, along comes a few hours of gale and there's leaves and broken stems everywhere.
When I put the netting up on Wednesday I thought maybe I had wasted my money. It's so thin and floppy and feeble looking. Last night the storm came big time. I checked my wire caged qvs netted artichokes at midnight and they were hardly swaying.
This morning I see that the wind blew leaves and blossom off the trees and sent my neighbour's plants on walkabout. My artichokes are standing grandly in the sunshine. I am sooooo pleased.
North Cornwall (Treeless. Near the stormy clifftops)