Apalachee Metal Trellis/Privacy Screen
The apalachee metal panel is a unique design that makes an excellent privacy trellis. If concealment is your top priority, this particular panel has a large amount of metal coverage that will block out your desired area.
A privacy trellis can be used to conceal almost anything from trash cans and debris to junk piles laying around your home. A trellis is a great way to add style while eliminating unsightly eye sores.
This privacy trellis can also be used as a "fence like" structure, concealing patios, porches and sitting areas around your home. A great way to eliminate a neighbors prying eyes!
The apalachee metal trellis/privacy screen can serve many functions. Our customers have used the panels as garden art, window/door screens, and wall art.
We can add holes and standoff spacers can be ordered to give your panel that modern stylish look for wall mounting. If you have questions regarding sizes and custom designs, please feel free to chat with us by clicking direct messaging tab below. You can also email us at Support@coastalmetalart.com for more information.
GROUND STAKE OPTION INCLUDED
-- WHAT CAN THE APALACHEE METAL TRELLIS BE USED FOR?
• These Metal Trellis Designs have several uses!
1. Free-Standing Metal Trellis (With Ground Stakes)
- Ideal for gardens, yard art, flower beds, lawns, and vine growth.
2. Wall Art (We can add holes upon request)
- Ideal for mounting on brick homes, walls, concrete, wood and other areas for decoration.
3. Privacy Screen (With Ground Stakes)
- Ideal for those who want to add a little privacy and style to their outdoor setting.
*** Size: Please contact me if resizing is needed. Prices vary based on size.
Standard Sizes: Dimensions (inches) 52X26 - 48X24 - 36X18
Material : Steel
Thickness: 14 Gauge
Paint: No (We can quote you a price for painting)
All Products Made-To-Order
Proudly Made In U.S.A
Ground Stakes: The 1/2" solid steel ground stakes are welded to the backside of the panel in a fixed position. You may notice a small "heat spot" on the front of the panel, opposite of the tack weld. This ensures that the weld has penetrated the steel and that the stakes will not break off. We try to keep these heat spots to a minimum but they aren't completely avoidable. This is rarely an issue but I feel it should be addressed.