Screens fences and select vegetation are great ways to introduce some privacy into your outdoor space. They can also add an interesting design element to your landscape and enhance its beauty. However, most property owners hesitate to invest in fences and screens and consider them unnecessary. They don’t want to be owners of a ‘fenced property’ or spend too much money on them. However, natural screens can give you all the privacy and comfort that you need at a relatively low cost. We have installed several of these in our hometown of Excelsior and the surrounding areas of Minnetonka, Hopkins, Eden Prairie, Chaska, and Edina.
Most of our clients are charmed by them and like how they blend in with their landscape design. We have also installed them in residential and commercial properties in Chanhassen, Mound, Shakopee, Plymouth, and Saint Louis Park with great results. Natural screens are very versatile and can be used to achieve many different results.
What is Natural Screening?As the name implies, these screens are made from natural materials, usually of wood, reed, bamboo, heather, or willow. Of these, bamboo screens are particularly popular because they’re resilient, sustainable, eco-friendly, and durable. These screens come in different shapes, sizes, and forms and can be tailored to your needs.
For example, if you need a screen with a small gate for a private garden, we can easily build one for you. These natural screens are highly customizable and versatile and that’s why they’ve become so popular.
How Do We Install Natural Screens?Natural screens are very easy and quick to install and the project can be completed in a matter of days. However, they should be positioned well and allow free flow of movement. Our designers follow the installation strategy listed below:
- You’re Requirements – Our first priority is to understand why you need natural screens and what you aim to achieve with it. Do you want to create a private garden, a small concealed patio, or even a reading nook? We’ll ask you a select set of questions and the answers to these questions would act as guidelines for us during the planning process.
- Landscape – Our next step is to understand the landscape. Like all fences and screens, these structures need to be anchored well in the ground or than can tip over and fall. For that, the ground should be relatively even and firm. We study your landscape carefully to make sure we install the fences in the right place.
- Design – Once we have all the information we need, we plan the design and purchase the materials. We design the screen to be a natural and organic part of your landscape and that enhances its beauty.
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