Garden screening panels are a great way to help increase your property value and enjoy more privacy.
When summer comes and you want to spend more time in your garden, you also want privacy.
There are many different options when it comes to the style of garden screening panel you choose, but the most common material that people use in the panels is metal mesh, but there are also wood and vinyl screens available too if you would like something more natural or more durable respectively.
This blog post will go in-depth into some of the best options for garden screening panels so you can find one that fits your needs!
If you’re looking to add privacy, these screen panels will make the perfect addition to your home and landscape design because they can be easily installed in areas of high traffic or noise sensitivity like windows, patios, decks and more. They’ll also allow natural light through so you still get a good view but without any unwanted visitors peering into your space from outside.
In regard to aesthetics and functionality, privacy screens should not block out all sunlight or views from the inside while providing an attractive barrier from the outside.
Wooden Screen Panels
This classic type of screen is made of solid wood which offers great durability, strength, or stained.
Wooden screens require more maintenance than other screening materials and they can be vulnerable to insects, rot or mold if not properly taken care of.
So as long as you have the time and energy for upkeep then wooden screen panels are a great option but don’t forget that these beautiful options also come with their fair share of drawbacks which may make them unsuitable in some spaces.
In terms of visual appeal, wooden screening panels look great when painted and well maintained.
Metal Mesh Screening Panels
Metal mesh screening panels are usually made from aluminum and come in a variety of colors. They can be installed to protect your privacy, but also allow air flow so you don’t get too hot while sitting outside with them up. This is typical for people who live near the coast where there’s a lot of salt in the soil that makes it hard on plants without protection.
The metal bars have openings between two inches or less (depending on what you’re using) which means they will block out nearly anything including insects and other pests like deer as well as debris like leaves, branches and acorns if applicable to your area. The screens work best when they’re tightly woven since this prevents any gaps that could let small animals through.
Composite Screening Panels
One of the most popular types is composite screening panels. These are usually made from a durable weather-resistant vinyl or WPC and can handle whatever mother nature throws at it, which makes them perfect for outdoor use. They’re also available in different colors so they’ll work well with any type of landscaping design you want to have.
The best part about composite screen panels is just how easy they are to install; there isn’t any complicated cutting required on your end either because each panel has pre-cut holes that are perfectly sized for easy installation.
Installing Screen Panels
There are two ways to install the panels. They can be screwed into an outdoor surface or attached with a bracket that will hold them in place and allow for easy placement on either side of the door, window or patio screen. The screw method is more difficult because it requires drilling holes through your siding and exterior trim boards but they’ll provide additional reinforcement that you don’t get from brackets alone.
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