• Fox Proofing Case Study London 11 February 2019 | View comments

  • I was called to inspect a Summer House with decking attached to the front. Foxes were clearly using this structure as a harbourage. Due to be building being regularly used by the owner's children / guests with main electricity cabling & water pipes underneath it was necessary to deny foxes access to the underparts. Following motion sensor camera observations, heavy duty hot dipped galvanised meshing was installed sub-soil, turfs replaced where necessary and additional top soil, grass seed and child safe bark chippings applied to leave a pleasant finish.

    Pictures below:

    Turfs cut and pulled back to be replaced.

    Fresh top soil added to help level surface.

    Galvanised meshing attached to the leading edge of decking / structure at 90 degrees to deny digging secured by Paslode Staples.

    Removed turfs replaced and a mixture of top soil and grass seed added to help re-establish grass growth.

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    Child Safe Bark Chippings / Top Soil & Grass Seed mixture.

    Ground preparation before Galvanised Meshing is placed and Secured.

    Galvanised Meshing installed at 90 degrees and secured to structure using Paslode Staples.

    Fresh child safe bark chippings used to leave an aesthetically pleasing finish.

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