When you are relaxing in your backyard, you don’t want to feel like you are on display for all of your neighbors to see. If you have valuable outdoor equipment like bikes or a grill, you don’t want to advertise it to everyone walking by. And if you have kids, you want them to be able to play outside safely away from the eye of everyone. Unfortunately, not all yards come with privacy measures. If your yard isn’t as private as you would like, here are some things you can do to make your yard more private

Add a Privacy Fence

This is the most obvious solution. If your yard doesn’t have a fence, adding a fence that is designed for privacy can do a lot for your comfort and security in your backyard. There are many styles of fences that provide privacy, so you can find one that matches your style. Just be sure to choose a fence that offers enough privacy. Sometimes, fences like wooden fences don’t feature planks close enough to not see through.

Add Privacy Slats to Your Existing Fence

Maybe your yard already has a chain link fence and you don’t want to tear it out and install a whole new fence. However, you know that chain link fences don’t offer a whole lot of privacy. Luckily, there is an easy solution: install slats in your existing fence. These slats slide right into the chain link to provide a decorative and effective privacy barrier. These slats come in various styles and colors to suit your taste.

Consider Your Plants

Sometimes, you have a fence and it just isn’t enough. Perhaps your neighbors can see in your yard from their second-story window and you’d like to avoid that. One way to do so is by strategically adding trees and bushes to your yard.  A large tree will not only add beauty to your yard, but it can help block the view your neighbors have.

Build a Pergola

A pergola or other covered enclosure in your backyard can add privacy to a space such as a patio. These structures can be constructed to offer minimal or maximal coverage to suit your desires. You can also use decorative features such as curtains or climbing ivy to add more coverage to a barebones structure.

Get a Shed

If you have valuable outdoor equipment you’d like to protect, adding a shed can help. Store your valuables such as bikes and tools in the shed so they aren’t out in the open. This will protect them from both the elements and from people looking into your yard. Adding a lock to your shed adds another layer of protection if you’re worried about theft.

 

There are many ways that you can creatively and beautifully add privacy to any yard. If you are looking for a fence to help you create a more personal outdoor space, PrivacyLink can help! We offer a large selection of privacy fence options!

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