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Privacy screen installation methods will vary depending on where you’d like your screen installed and what kind of screen you want. Whether you’d like a patio, deck, garden, caravan, balcony, or indoor privacy screen, your installer will bring their own tools to get the job done Here are the most common services and what you can expect:
Timber post systems are popular outdoor privacy screens for gardens, townhouses, caravans, and apartments with shared spaces. Your contractor will first measure the width of your screen panels and mark the corresponding position for the posts on the ground. Next, they’ll dig the holes deep enough to hold a third of your posts before placing the posts and filling the hole with concrete. Once the concrete has set, the holes are covered with dirt. For aluminium screens, your handyman will then hold brackets up to the screen’s frame, pre-drill holes on either side of the frame, and screw the brackets on. Finally, they’ll attach the screen to the brackets and secure it with screws.
Adding a privacy screen to your existing rail is ideal for decks, patios, balconies, and verandas. Your installer will first measure the width of the screen panels and add any additional posts that are needed to support your screen. Then they’ll hold the brackets up to the frame, pre-drill holes on either side of the frame, and screw the brackets on. They’ll attach the screen to the brackets using screws.
Bamboo privacy screens are normally hung off a fence or wall. Your installer will start by installing screw eyes horizontally across the area where the bamboo screen will be installed. They’ll use three screw eyes for each individual bamboo screen. They’ll run wire through the screw eyes and tie the wire off, removing any kinks in the process. Next, they’ll roll out the bamboo screen along the wall and use a crimping tool and netting clips to clamp the clips along the wire fence and secure the bamboo screen.
Caringbah NSW 2229, Australia
6th Oct 2019
I need a 2200w x 2400h privacy slat screen/fence made up and installed in woodland grey.
Gymea Bay NSW 2227, Australia
15th Mar 2017
Secure aluminium privacy screens to colour bond fence
Sylvania NSW, Australia
9th Feb 2019
Wooden lattice privacy screen has fallen down in storms last week. I would like the old one remounted or if that is too damaged new lattice would need to be built. This may require a trip to Bunnings (10min drive). I will pay for additional lattice if required. Also securing handrail to brick wall as part of privacy screen. You will need to supply own tools and ensure work area clean after job.
Caringbah South, New South Wales, Australia
8th Feb 2017
About 15 metres wide and 3 metres high. Product provided.
Como NSW, Australia
22nd Jan 2020
have an existing fence that needs a gate / privacy screen attached to the existing fence.
Oyster Bay NSW 2225, Australia
28th Mar 2017
Hi - I would Like privacy screen installed in these two windows. It can be by either tinting or standard screening. I don't want people to see in as it's a bathroom and changing area
Oyster Bay NSW, Australia
19th Jan 2016
Hardwood deck and screen are almost 1 year old and needs a new coat of stain. Materials provided.