Sporting Facility Fences
Cricket Net Fencing Perth
Professionally manufactured and installed, our custom made cricket net fencing enclosures are designed to any specification and individual requirements. We tailor make cricket practice nets in Perth for;
- Single, double or triple bay cages
- Partially or fully enclosed nets with sides, roof and back
- Made to any size requirement
For Councils, schools, colleges, universities, cricket clubs and sporting associations where the level of use is high, our stronger (heavy duty) construction design allows our cricket net enclosures to have a longer service life avoiding potential impact damage from high volume use.
CAI cricket practice net fencing enclosures are manufactured to strict Australian standards specified for the construction of cricket practice net fencing enclosures.
CAI Fences manufacture and install cricket nets using high quality steel chain wire (galvanised steel wire) which can be supplied as galvanised treated steel or PVC powder coated. The later being the more preferable material as it's longer lasting, does less damage to cricket balls and looks more appealing.
The chain wire used for the cricket net fencing is the same high quality chain wire used in chain wire fences. CAI Fences are one of the few fencing companies that manufacture our own chain wire to high quality Australian standards and can customise chain wire fencing to any requirements. Our chain wire fencing is highly durable and requires minimal maintenance.
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Fence Posts & Rails
Frames, posts and rails are constructed out of heavy duty galvanized steel and joined by galvanised brackets. Frames, posts and rails can be supplied as galvanised treated steel or PVC powder coated.
Fence Panels & Fence Heights
Chainwire panes can be customised from 610 mm up to 3660 mm wide and fence heights are be customised to suit.
Chain Wire Gates
Some Councils, Schools and Cricket Clubs require the ability to lock one or multiple cricket practice nets. We can design a lockable gate at the bowlers end which covers the width of the bay when locked or secured. When in use the gate can be drawn back and secured with a lock-down bolt.