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May 30th

Fence panels – choice of privacy near depend largely on how much isolation looking. Determine if you want privacy and protection from wind or a less important and imposing design that allows air and light to pass through. Areas outdoor dining or patios may need more privacy than a garden area. Consider your lifestyle and level of coverage you want before you install privacy fences.

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Vertical Board Fence Panels

For a choice of non-traditional close privacy, consider a piece used to add some history and character to your garden or patio. Search rescued fence panels or old metal tag sales, estate sales or antique shops. Metal or iron fencing not generally be solid, so this option is best for those looking for some privacy but do not require protection from wind. To increase privacy, creepers vines or roses at base of fence. Plants add visual interest and increase coverage.

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Trellis fence panels combines vertical and horizontal wooden slats to create a geometric design. Trellis fencing is usually sold in panels and is fastened to wooden poles or structure. Trellis fencing also readily adheres to existing fences to add a touch of visual interest. Select a choice of color for convenience, or buy a variety unfinished and paint as desired. Light climbing plants such as morning glory flowers add aesthetic or moon light without exhausting fencing material.