Bottom-Locking Double-Wall SlatsLearn about our bottom-locking privacy fence slats
Bottom-locking slats are one of the easiest slats to install and assure a clean level finish. They are also an economical and attractive way to enhance any chain link fence.
Bottom-locking slats provide about 75% privacy for your chain link fence and are an economical choice when you want easy to install, good-looking privacy slats. Because they lock at the bottom, these slats are sturdy and not going anywhere. The bottom-locking feature also makes these slats easy to install and walk away.
General Features and Specifications:
Design – Flat tubular shape with an inside reinforced “leg” for extra durability. The locking channel provides a “snap-in” locking effect for security and deters vandalism.
Installation – Insert the locking channel horizontally through the bottom of the fence, then simply slide the slats vertically from the top towards the bottom channel and they will automatically lock into place.
Standard Heights – 4 ft., 5 ft., 6 ft., 7 ft., 8 ft., 10 ft. and 12 ft. (Special heights available upon request)
Slat Length – 3 1/2” shorter than the overall height of the fence
Wind Load and Privacy Factor – Approximately 75% (Based on wire/mesh used-stretch tension)
These color swatches are only approximations. Please refer to actual color samples for final matching.
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