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Deck Shield Netting, Black, 30 Feet x 35 Inches

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Deckshield places a barrier between deck posts to prevent small children and pets from disastrous falls. Also works as for outdoor balconies as balcony screen. Features: Durable, weather-resistant plastic netting. UV Protected.

Product Description

Cardinal Gates Black Deck Shield Netting- 30 Feet x 35 Inches High

 
The Cardinal Gates Deck Shield Netting helps keep children and pets safe from falling between deck posts or balconies when outside.  The durable, weather-resistant, UV-protected plastic netting can help prevent accidents and falls. The netting comes in black or clear, both barely visible from a distance, and can be installed quick and easily.

Protective Deck Netting Features (30 Ft. x 35 inches high):


  • Size of openings: 1.25 inches x 0.75 inch
  • Included:
    • Cable ties: for attaching UV-mesh netting to deck posts
    • Eye screws: for attaching plastic netting to deck surface
  • Colors Available:
    • Black
    • Clear
  • Sizes Available:
    • 15 feet x 35 inches high
    • 30 feet x 35 inches high
    • 50 feet x 35 inches high
NOTE: Quantity pricing available.

Additional Information

Weight (lbs) 10.0000
Manufacturer Cardinal Gates
UPC code 635035444477
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