How to Choose a Balcony Screen
A balcony screen is an excellent choice for balconies, patios, and open spaces.
Its high-density polyethylene construction makes it the perfect choice for privacy, yet it still allows a breeze to pass through. This product is easy to install because two ropes are attached to the frame and thread through the eyelets. If you have a smaller balcony, you can choose a flexible screen that can be cut to fit.
One type of screen is made of wire mesh. These screens are typically used for screen doors and windows, but can also be used as balcony screens. If you choose wire mesh material, be sure to buy one that is metal-framed. Although wood screens are more expensive, they are durable and suitable for many design styles. Another option is lattice, which is often mistaken for a trellis, but is great for privacy screens.
A screen made of fabric is more durable than metal and can withstand strong winds. It is also easy to install, since most are made with grommets. The downside to a mesh screen is that it is difficult to install on glass balconies or walls, but they provide the best compromise between visibility and privacy. A mesh screen can provide up to 90% coverage and can be customized in height and length. There are many different options to consider when installing a balcony screen, so make sure you research your options and choose wisely!
Another option for balcony privacy is to install a tall potted plant in the balcony. Choose plants with lush foliage and different colors or styles. Keep in mind, though, that balcony wind can easily blow over a plant and cause a mess. Also, it's a good idea to purchase planters that are made from fiberglass, since these are lighter than terra cotta planters and less likely to break if they get blown over.
A retractable balcony screen can be both functional and decorative. They can block out glare and sunlight, and protect you and your family from sunburn. They can even be motorized to retract. Motorized screens are another great option, as they can be operated with a remote. They are durable, and will complement any condominium or apartment's exterior color. They're an excellent choice for sun protection and a barrier for small pets.
If you're looking for privacy, you can opt for a trellis or planters. These products can be installed in your balcony and will provide privacy. They can also serve as a balcony divider, especially if you've installed them on one side. They'll also attract butterflies and birds to your balcony. Besides, you'll have access to fresh produce and other fresh-from-the-garden vegetables without having to leave your home.
. Material: HDPE ( High Density Polyethylene )
. 80~95% u.v. protection
. At least 5 years u.v. resistant
. Different colors and sizes are available
. Aluminum eyelets at the corners and along the edges
. Packing: Each piece is packed in a handle bag with ropes and a color label inside, and several pieces packed into an export carton.