TODAY’S PATENT- BILLBOARD NETTING SYSTEM PROVIDING PROTECTION FROM BIRDS
The Billboard netting system providing protection from birds was invented by Roger Snow (Belevedere, CA) on the 4th of April, 2000, bearing patent number US6044595A.
This current invention is for the safety purpose of billboards, and to avoid unnecessary or pest birds sitting on or inside the billboard. As billboard framework is like that it is inviting birds to make nests or rest within billboard. That has created problems in hosting and performing the task on a billboard because of the bird’s unnecessary work. There is a fear of drooping birds from a billboard that results the spreading of diseases in various ways. For avoiding this, the invention is to create a net system around the billboard, from upper to downwards, from left to right, and even cover its all edges. Billboards are supported with the torsion bar in a back to back relationship and from upper and lower support there are catwalks between the billboards. This invention contains the upper netting portions that can enlarge between the inner sides of each billboards and lateral side edges of the upper catwalk. Netting is also covered from the lower side closes between bottom sides and billboards, and enlarges between billboards. Furthermore, it includes the sideway netting that closes the outer sides of the billboards and enlarges down from the upper catwalks.