Galvanised heavy-gauge welded wire mesh supplied on rolls. Manufactured from steel wires from 2mm up to 3mm diameter thickness (14 gauge to 10 gauge), heavy-grade weld mesh rolls are suitable for the toughest of fencing applications. Whether you require a security fencing, dog protection fence, fox-proof fence, garden fencing or just want to keep deer or livestock out, then these welded wire mesh rolls are ideal. Each product has a 2 inch x 2inch square mesh hole (50 x 50mm) which ensures that the fencing protects from most browsing animals or security concerns. 

Applications for heavy-gauge welded wire fencing mesh:

  • Garden Fencing
  • Fox fencing
  • Deer control fences
  • Security areas
  • Tree guards
  • Dog fencing and kennels
  • Agriculture and livestock control fencing
Our heavy-weight steel weld mesh rolls are available in roll widths to make fencing from 0.9m up to 1.8m. The steel fencing mesh is manufactured by welding the thick steel wires where they cross to form the square mesh aperture. The mesh is hot-dipped galvanised after welding to protect from rust and other corrosion. Galvanised welded wire mesh rolls can be used for years in the most severe weather conditions without being effected by the elements. If a lighter-weight general purpose garden fencing is required, we stock a large range of lightmesh weld wire mesh rolls. For even heavier applications including security cages we stock a range of welded wire steel mesh panels. We also stock a PVC (plastic) coated steel mesh if a fencing mesh that blends into a garden or landscape environment is required.

Product details:

  • Galvanised steel mesh to protect from rust
  • 50x50mm (2"x2") square mesh holes
  • Wire thicknesses 2mm, 2.5mm and 3mm (14g, 12g & 10g)
  • Rolls widths 90cm, 1.2m, 1.5m and 1.8m


Installing wire fencing mesh:

When installing heavy-gauge steel mesh fences it is essential that the fencing is tough enough to last many years. Selecting the correct size of steel or trated timber fencing posts is essential. We recommend nailing the steel mesh to machine rounded or square sawn tanalised softwood fencing posts or hardwood stakes using galvanised steel u-shaped nails. All fences should include a tenioning galvanised steel fencing line wire which should be installed at the top and bottom of the fence, and sometimes in the middle - The line wire keeps the mesh taut, limiting damage if the fencing is impacted by animals or humans. 

Heavy weight steel mesh fencing rolls are galvanised