In order to divide a location from the outside many people install chain linked fences around the location's perimeter. This is a cost effective solution that is easy to install, maintain and also to uninstall but unfortunately it does come with its downside. While it is easy to keep people out it is impossible to keep their eyes out as well. This causes a major problem in some construction sites, sports clubs and even private homes since privacy is a must. Having unwanted eyes around the property can become a nuisance if not dangerous, and for individuals it is impossible to enjoy the comforts of the home in his/her own backyard when you're open to the public.
The privacy screens
available at Tennis Universal's
online store is a very cost effective solution to the above problem. These privacy screens are made from green knitted polyethylene film with a reinforced selvage edge, offering rugged durability while being easy to install. In fact they can be installed simply with plastic ty-wraps.
There are three different heights available at 44”, 68” and 92”. A typical roll is 150 feet long so you can choose a roll that is the right height for you and simply cut as you install them. If you require hems and grommets at the top & bottom of your privacy screen you can also order them at a customized height to fit your exact needs or order from the pre hemmed/grommetted rolls. The grommets are placed 12” apart which you can use to reinforce the screen's connection with the fence or even connect two or more screens vertically for larger coverage.
Although a cost effective solution, Tennis Universal's privacy screens are a high quality solution that will not become an eyesore after installation unlike other alternative screens.
Tennis Universal also comes with reliability backed by their more than 30 years experience in the field of tennis related equipment. Aside from awnings and cabanas you can find virtually anything related to tennis courts that you'll ever need including nets, posts, windscreens, lighting
, domes/bubbles and "Do-It-Yourself resurfacing materials with a unique interchangeable color chart for tennis and basketball courts and "repair & resurfacing guidelines" for asphalt & concrete courts. Please visit their website today at www.tennisuniversal.com and take a look at their online catalogue. You'll be impressed by the large selection of products you can purchase from a single "one-stop-shopping" online tennis equipment store.