When building your cat enclosure we will also assess whether there is a need for an access way to be created. Some side of house enclosures don’t need an additional access point as they already incorporate a gate at the front of the house. Others, like an annex, will need some way of accessing the area.
The 2 main options are a door and a zip. The option chosen depends on a number of factors including:
|Frequency of access||High traffic area||Door|
|Frequency of access||Low traffic area||Zip|
|Ease of use||Elderly client/ someone with mobility concerns||Door|
|Cost||Cost effective option required||Zip|
|Security||Lockable option required||Door|
All steel used for doors, frames and posts is galvanised but can be powder coated to match fencing or gutter and fascia colours for that extra quality finish.
Not a great photo – but gives the concept of C-shaped zip installed in the end panel of net. The C shape creates width to enable equipment (eg wheelbarrow) or furniture (eg chairs) to be moved in and out of the area.
If access to trees, air-conditioners or gutters is required for pruning/ maintenance and/ or cleaning – a zip can also be placed in a roof panel.
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