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Old 07-19-2005, 04:29 PM   #11 (permalink)
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look in the phone book and call them up.
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Old 07-19-2005, 05:48 PM   #12 (permalink)
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not all screens are the same...the only kind that tear are the barely metal, thin *** ones for screen doors....theres varying sizes like anything else in the world.

Of course you could always go uber ghetto and resort to chicken wire!
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Check with a masonry supply distributer. They use a mesh similar to that (well, it's criss-crossed, not holes) in between layers of block to increase the strength of the wall.

As for size, I know that at work we have a roll of it, about 2.5'-3' wide, probably about 30'-40' long. I don't know why we have so much... the owner was only planning on having a 20' long wall built, but if he finds a bargain he buys it all.
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Check with a masonry supply distributer. They use a mesh similar to that (well, it's criss-crossed, not holes) in between layers of block to increase the strength of the wall.

As for size, I know that at work we have a roll of it, about 2.5'-3' wide, probably about 30'-40' long. I don't know why we have so much... the owner was only planning on having a 20' long wall built, but if he finds a bargain he buys it all.
Well, Mr. Trotter, perhaps you could work something out with the owner? I.E. selling me some of it for a good price?

LoL Nubs, chicken wire, thats an uber last resort! My case would resemble a japanese POW camp.

There is this stuff called Metal Lath, and it is used behind plaster when plastering walls.
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Tell ya what... show up over at the warehouse, and I'll hack you off a few feet.
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I'd love to, however, you can see that my location is Purgatorio, and that is quite far from TN.

Massachusetts, a few hundred miles at least. Otherwise, I would be all over that.
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