Privacy screens are standalone partitions designed to create a visual barrier within your yard or property. Some styles are semi-privacy so that they look more open and friendly. They’re typically (but not always) found on decks, and are generally more lightweight than fences. Privacy screens are available in two broad categories: Vinyl and Wood.
The Alexandria Vinyl Screen offers full privacy in vinyl:
The Fallingbrook Vinyl Screen is similar to the Alexandria, but with cedar boards in a vinyl frame:
The Bridgeport Vinyl Screen features full privacy, but with the fence boards set horizontally.
The Bel Air Vinyl Screen is a semi-privacy screen: there are 1/2″ spaces between the boards that allow a bit of air circulation and limited visibility for those who prefer something less committal than full privacy.
The Rosemount Vinyl Screen is semi-privacy as well, a popular diamond pattern that is often seen in fence lattices and garden screens alike:
The Ashton Wood Screen is a horizontal wood screen that can be made in full privacy (no spaces between the boards) or semi-privacy (small spaces between the boards) depending on your tastes.
The Victorian Wood Screen is a wood version of the Rosemount. The diamond lattice pattern has long been a mainstay in gardens:
The Georgian Wood Screen is a semi-privacy lattice like the Rosemount, but in a rectangular instead of diamond pattern:
If you have more questions about privacy screens or related products we’re happy to answer them. Call 613-736-1122 or hit the chat button on the right during business hours.