We all know how frustrating it is when we have prepared our garden beds, laid out our ground cover then the wind starts blowing! Even greater frustrations begin when planting on banked or sloped areas and our ground cover slides down the bank.
Prevent skidding with this plastic gridding
Picture yourself walking down a boardwalk, it’s early morning, and the sun is out, but the ground is wet from the rainfall the night before. Then it happens… You place your foot in that one spot on the wooden slat that is slippery. You’re caught off balance and try to lean your way out of it, forward and backwards, but it’s too late! You know what is about to happen and accept your fate, falling over right on your bum. You’re lucky no one was around to witness that, and get up and carry on, more cautiously this time.
Of course, all of that could have been prevented if there had been a better grip. If only there were something that could prevent such things from happening!
This is the part where plastic gridding comes along. Not only can this be used on public boardwalks and bridges, but around your home also! And it couldn’t be simpler to install. Take a look for yourself!
Safety comes first, and with a product like this it fortifies your defence against an accident happening because come on – everyone has their moments where they forget to look twice or slip up on wet wood… Right?
There are many different uses for plastic gridding, and this is just one simple yet effective example. If you’re interested in plastic gridding, you can have a look at SmartGrid.
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