HCDS most popular product offers a cost effective solution for gardens and homes. They’re decorative and design options are limitless. HCDS garden screens
are custom size to suit the project. Panels are housed in various frame systems for easy installation. Screens available in:
• Powder coat Steel
• Powder coat Aluminium
• Clear acrylic laser cut panels with powder coat Aluminium frame
• Toughened glass with frosted decal
Please ask HCDS team for advice on which material best suits your needs. Not all materials are suitable for outdoor use.
As building lots shrink, our necessity for privacy grows. Uniform rows of fencing are a dreary, if effective, barrier to prying eyes, but more ingenious options exist. Think outside the box for your patio, and build an outdoor space that shows off your character while ensuring your privacy.
Trees and Shrubs
Ever widely held, living evergreen screens such as western red cedar add privacy and beauty. Narrow forms are often called fustigate forms, such as hogan cedar. Space the plants appropriately for their developed sizes, and give the plants ample room to grow. For a natural, informal look, it is advised to plant varied groupings of evergreen and deciduous trees with bushes. If the yard is big enough, create privacy by staggering the bushes and trees rather than creating a lone border. For example, a large tree at the property line balances a smaller tree or large shrub nearer to the home. Together, the plants screen unsolicited views even though they are planted in distinct locations.
Bamboo is a fast-growing, dense screen that sets your house at a distance. Be careful when selecting a bamboo, as running forms are intrusive and nearly difficult to control once they escape a root barrier. Clumping bamboos spread sluggishly, but may reach fence height and even higher within weeks. Many bamboos are robust, and the foliage is elegant and beautiful.
Etch older, wooden-framed windows and suspend them between two posts as a practical piece of garden art. If digging through vintage stores isn’t your style, create your personal stained-glass window, or even a framed medley of wrought-iron scrollwork, hard-pressed metal or patterned tin to conceive a view. Make sure any wood is sealed appropriately from the elements.
A metal, vinyl or wooden trellis doesn’t require a wall for support. Anchor the base of a robust trellis with concrete and cultivate vining flowers or plants as an out-of-doors room divider. Climbing clematis and roses grow well together, and red roses peeking among blue clematis flowers will entice passers-by to take another look.
Fencing is frequently uninspired. Nevertheless, you can dress up fences with a tad of creativity. Anchor eye hooks alongside the top and bottom of cement block walls, run wire over the anchors, and grow grapes, Virginia creeper or flowering vines to generate diamond patterns. For wooden screens, use a puzzle to cut multi-sized circles, letters, leaf shapes and other schemes into cedar fence boards afore nailing them to the cross rails.
HCDS furnishes you the best garden screens if you wish to save yourself the trouble of making your own. We provide you robust, high quality and attractive garden screens that would surely wow you and your guests.