In this section, you'll find the simplest climbing systems we offer, which consist of only a single cable. These are usually chosen for narrow areas (when there is no space for more than one parallel cable) or to keep the price of a trellis system as low as possible. These single-cable climbing aids are vertical cables in most cases; the use of a single horizontal cable is uncommon, so we treat it as a special case. Many climbing plants take to a single cable system, and even volubles (strong twiners) like wisteria, are often suitable. Learn more about plant characteristics in our climbing plants section.
You can, of course, juxtapose several single cables; this would be an alternative to the climbing systems in the 4000-er category or the 8010 if, for design or aesthetic reasons, you do not wish to form a mesh or closed frame. Please also refer to our planning guide as needed.
Note: with insufficient (or incorrect) care or pruning, you risk damaging your facade, especially if it is equipped with an external insulation layer (scratch marks can occur as a result of high wind and twisting of the spindles during the early phases of plant growth).