Fruit Cage Steel Sloped 2
The site drawings received originally showed a tricky site consisting of sloping ground in two directions as well as a base area of concrete that had timber raised beds positioned on it. The plot itself was at a size where uprights would need to be positioned centrally within the area so the original design allowed for them to go into the raised beds to allow walkways to be free. After sending original designs through to the customer it was decided they wanted to put uprights on the path edges where possible to leave room in the beds for rotivating. With the customer happy to secure to the concrete we supplied floor fixings plates which can hold the uprights down onto a hard surface.
"For years I have tried to put up with the impact of rabbits, deer, pigeons and squirrels and frankly failed miserably every year. Following the installation of your Harrod frame you will be able to see from the photograph just how effective the frame has been with some very frustrated animals kept out.
Although you advertise these frames as fruit cages they are even more effective at keeping out and totally eradicating the above range of animals.
Following the submission of my drawings your office was very effective in interpreting my rather crude drawings of what was an incredibly difficult site due to the land fall of nearly two feet in two directions. The site was further complicated by the already installed raised beds with concrete paths between the beds. Originally your design team designed the interior support poles falling in the beds but following my pointing out that this would mean extreme difficulty in rotivating the beds the design team redesigned to incorporate the inner poles to be fastened to the concrete paths
The frame is extremely well manufactured and I am sure will last for many years.
As far as future plans are concerned I hope to install a smaller frame over the fruit section of the garden."
Mr and Mrs Benson, Sussex