If you want to enhance the look of your yard or garden, you can add a boundary that does not necessarily look like a boundary; you can place a green screen for your fence. This type of screen is not only attractive, it also comes fully established, and therefore provides an attractive and secure form of hedging for your garden or yard.
You can choose from various sizing options for this type of Swadlincote fencing – green fencing that is available in various types of installations. For example, screens can be installed in the following ways:
- On timber or powder-coated posts made of steel
- Planted into glass reinforced plastic (GRP) or aluminium, timber, or powder-coated steel planters
- Fixed to an established cabling system made of stainless steel
You can also make the screens higher by the use of blank extensions that can reach a height of 4.5 metres.
When you have this type of installation made, the labour, materials, compost (used to enhance the ground conditions), and fertilizers are usually included in the total price.
What you will receive is a sustainable, lovely, and secure “fence” and hedge. These types of green screens are planted and pre-grown on a framework made of 5 millimetre galvanised steel, which automatically provides a green and secure perimeter.
Installing this type of screen offers financial and space benefits when compared to erecting a traditional fence or a brick wall. This product is used for perimeter solutions as well as for bin storage and protection of areas such as roof terraces and smoking shelters.