SPECTATOR SAFETY, SURROUND & PERIMETER NETS
Stop stray balls and protect buildings, cars and people by installing surround netting. This is especially important in sports that use fast moving, hard balls such as golf, cricket and baseball but is also important for sports like football, basketball and tennis.
Keep balls in the desired area and prevent strays without obscuring views. Protect spectators and fans from injury whilst also protecting your pocket from the expense of smashed windows, dented cars, broken objects and insurance claims.
Advanced Nets and Ropes can custom design, manufacture and install a surround net and post solution for your needs. We can install netting, posts, concreting and other additions as necessary to allow you to play sports wherever you want without the risk of damage due to stray balls.
It doesn't matter what level of sport you play, we will find a solution for you. We have completed systems for everyone from schools and local league clubs through to professional teams including State Cricket, Port Power and Greater Western Sydney in the AFL.
No area is to big or difficult for us to protect and we welcome a challenge!
Onewrap Straps for securing to posts.
Hook & Loop on edges to join curtains together.
Galvanized or Stainless Steel Wire for installation.
Swages, Hard Eyes, Turnbuckles, Wire Rope Grips for installation as required.
- UV stabilised netting
- High density polythylene
- Various mesh sizes
- Square mesh to reduce sag
- Rigged to prevent abraision
- Custom design and installation
- Posts and fittings
- Galvanised or powder coated posts in any colour
This video shows the simple opening and closing of a retractable surround net which can be locked away in a storage box after use.
- Port Power Football Club (AFL)
- Adelaide Crows Football Club (AFL)
- Greater Western Sydney (AFL)
- SCG Warm up room nets (AFL)
- Alberton & Richmond Ovals (SANFL)
- Hickingbotham Oval (SANFL)
- Golf courses & driving ranges
- Cricket, Soccer and Football clubs
- Indoor sports halls
- Paintball areas
- University's and Schools