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Suncast FSW4423 4 Panel Resin Wicker Outdoor Screen

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  • Depending on the fabric you choose, your outdoor privacy screens will maintain your view but block outside visibility. In other words, you can see out, but they can’t see in! At night the opposite happens: you become visible on the inside and the outside visibility is diminished.

    Feeling overexposed? Building an outdoor privacy screen can change all of that. With just a few tools and supplies you will have privacy in no time. First, lay out all of your supplies. The screens will be built inside out, so start by building the interior frame. Once the inner frame is built, attach to the outside posts with screws. The po...

  • Feeling overexposed? Building an outdoor privacy screen can change all of that. With just a few tools and supplies you will have privacy in no time. Full project details here:

    First, lay out all of your supplies. The screens will be built inside out, so start by building the interior frame. Once the inner frame is built, attach to the outside posts with screws. The posts are just two 2 x 6s with a 2 x 4 in between. Make sure everything is squared up before attaching. Now you can add the rest of the horizontal rails and the metal flashing. Weave the metal flashing (while wearing gloves) and screw them in with sheet metal screws. The last step is to attach the last two 2 x 6 posts. Stain the lumber to your liking.

    After the building is complete, think about the layout of the screens. Once you have marked the spots for the posts, dig the holes (check with your local utility locating service beforehand). You may want to use an auger to help dig the post holes. Consult with your local building officials to see how deep you can dig. Then, to prep the holes, add some gravel. Now you can place the screens into the post holes and add concrete. Adjust your screens until they are level and the concrete is still setting.

    Once the concrete has set, you are ready to enjoy your backyard patio screens!

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    Caitlin wrote up this step-by-step tutorial for her lovely outdoor privacy screen so you can see how it was constructed. This can serve a as a guide to building your own slatted wood screen.

  • The solution: a privacy screen for your outdoor area. A perfect outdoor privacy screen is one that gives you enough solitude and peace you need while also providing the good air and light we all love about the outdoors. They should also be able to protect you from searing heat if your outdoor space happens to face the sun during your leisure time.

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