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A garden privacy screenhelps to provide that freedom of non interference either from interrupting neighbors or just for privacy.
Balcony screens and garden privacy screens come in different shapes and forms like fixed or portable and also partitions with slats, grids, lattices and translucent fabrics which helps in blocking prying eyes—while welcoming sunlight and shadows into a garden.

There is nothing more important than privacy and intimacy in our lives. The sole feeling that someone gazes is intrusive regardless of its nature, the apparent reality more often than not make us feel like on a theater scene, with thousands watching where there is none. Most residential projects today tend to overlook the privacy issue, densifying population users struggling to find privacy and intimacy in their own homes. To escape from such horror where you feel there is no air to breathe, these are some low-budget privacy screens that can act as a saviour to such crisis.

The different types of garden privacy screens available to you that serves your needs are sliding screens, 4-panel screens, hornbeam screens, trellis screens, vine screens, lattice screens, grid screens and hedge screens. All of these serve the same purpose but vary in their structure and built. You can choose from the variety that suits all your purpose and fits your personal style.

Balconies are excellent spaces to take in fresh air or sit and enjoy the view. Unfortunately, insects and animals can make your balcony a bit uncomfortable. There are some quick and easy fixes you can do to enclose your balcony. Balcony screens are great for bug control, and netting will make your balcony pet safe. More permanent solutions include premade screen panels or a screen porch awning. Adding a screen or netting which includes staple screen material along the top and bottom edges of the balcony is a significant option. The material can be stretched tight along each side of the balcony, then stapled it in place at the top and bottom in roughly 6-in (15.2-cm) intervals. Put up netting to make your balcony pet safe. These nettings are long enough to hang to the floor and wide enough to extend to both ends of each side of the balcony. They provide ultimate protection from sunlight and also prevent entry of annoying insects.

l Screen material can be bought at most hardware stores and home centers. Tight weave screens work best at keeping out insects.
l Staples can leave unsightly holes behind when the screen is removed. If you have expensive woodwork, you might not want to use this technique.
Along with beautification, balcony and privacy screens hold more value to ones pockets. Go and fetch your house that perfect screen!