Falling debris can be a real issue that causes ongoing health and safety concerns that need to be dealt with in order to keep everyone safe. However, finding a reliable debris solution can be difficult, especially when you are on a budget. Rather than wasting all your money, choosing debris netting is a great decision that will result in the safety you need at a price that impresses you!
Debris netting comes in a wide range of options and we’ve put together this handy guide to help you work out which type will work best for you! Read on to find out more.
Thinking About Material Choices
When it comes to choosing your debris netting, you will need to pick out the best material for your specific needs. Standard debris netting is made from either nylon, polypropylene or polyethylene – each of which are chosen for its durability when they are in use. Picking from these different materials depends on the type of pressure you will be putting them under, the length of time you need them to last and the height at which they will be installed.
Mesh Sizes and Shapes
Once you know the type of debris netting material that you want to use, you will then need to think about the size of the mesh you want to install. Debris netting can be made to fit your specific needs and can even be cut to create a specific shape requirement too. By fitting your debris netting in this way, you can be certain that you will get the safest results possible with every installation you invest in as well as reducing the amount of waste or over purchasing that may occur otherwise.
Recognising Safety Standards
Another vital part of choosing the right safety netting is ensuring that it adheres to any safety regulations that are in place in the UK. For example, you may find that a specific type of material is preferable when it comes to your precise need or you may find that you need to pick a netting that is clearly visible. Whatever the legal implications, you can be certain that there is a wide range of netting options that will meet your specific needs.
The final consideration that you will need to think carefully about is how you are going to install your safety netting, especially if your site is at height. Once you’ve purchased the right netting, you will need to find a team that is able to install it, using safety equipment so that everyone is as safe as possible.
Use Us for Your Debris Netting Installation
When you are ready to invest in the best debris netting for your needs, you will also need to find an installation partner that you can trust. London Pro Abseiling Ltd is the perfect choice as our professional team has vast experience in installing debris netting and can work at height without any issues. If you are interested in finding out how we work and what we can do for you then just contact our team to ask any questions you may have and arrange a free quote without any hard sales!