Chain Link Fence Slats – Robert Frost’s phrase “good fences make good neighbors” may not be correct, especially if the wall in question is a really ugly chain link fence. Chain link fencing is used for enclosure in dogs and as security fences for swimming pools and is popular because it is relatively inexpensive. Made of galvanized steel links and held by steel poles and frames, a link chain nearby can make a yard feel like a prison yard. Turning the visual monstrosity into a beautiful and serene addition to a patio is an easy task to carry out with a little planning.
Install privacy slats, in the coupling chain link fencing, to create intimacy and add color. The slats slide through the upper part of the binding fabrics in the mesh and locked with a top or bottom closure system. Plant growing strains such as morning glory or natural ivy hide the ugly fencing. Morning glories are annual plants that are very fast growing. They can reach heights of 10 feet in height.
Paint chain coupling to update. Painting a rusty fence can make the ugliness fade away. Scrape the metal oxide with a wire brush, then wash with household vinegar. Install rolled bamboo fencing to hide the unsightly chained link. In fencing, it is usually rolled in 8-foot sections and can be purchased in heights of up to 7 feet.