If you have a very wide yard and have too much space to spare that everything in it looks very small or your fence may be too short and you’re worried about your nosy neighbors taking a peek at everything that goes on in your backyard.
A good solution is to build a privacy screen. You can simply separate spaces within your backyard, add some needed privacy and at the same time, make decorative accents to suit your furniture and your plants.
WHAT YOU NEED
- 4pcs. – 1 x 3 inches lumber cut to 6 ft.
- 2pcs. – 2 x 2 inches lumber cut to 6 ft.
- 8pcs. – 2 x 2 inches lumber cut to 42 in.
- 3pcs. – 2 x 2 inches lumber cut to 22 in.
- 3pcs. – Wood Screws 7 inches wide G.I. sheets
- Concrete Mix
- Wood Screws
BUILDING THE FRAME
- Layout the inner frame on a flat surface according to the diagram below. Check the measurements and make sure that everything is squared.
- Weave the G.I. sheet through the bottom pillars in an alternating pattern and afx on the frame.
- Affix the wider 1×3 inch wood over the legs to hide the edges of the GI sheet. Finish with paint of your choosing.
- Dig an 18 inch hole for the legs and position the frame parallel to the ground.
- Make sure to stand the frame straight and firmly to the ground before you pour the concrete and leave it to dry.
- Fill the hardened concrete with soil to cover the foundation and enjoy the shade.
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