Choosing the right privacy screens for homes

Urban centres across
Australia, especially the suburbs are getting crowded with the prolific growth
of apartments as well as houses with two or more storeys, all built to
accommodate the ever-increasing population.

Often this vertical
growth creates privacy issues for the residents; while some may seek to protect
their private spaces, others may be required to provide screens by their
neighbours as well as municipal councils.

Allplastics Engineering offers a wide range of aesthetically pleasing options that can be
easily installed as privacy screens in backyards, apartment balconies, along
border fences or even in commercial applications such as childcare centres and
car wash centres.

Homeowners, builders
and swimming pool contractors can choose from material options such as Perspex Frost,
Plexiglas Satin Ice and opal polycarbonate in a variety of colours and
translucency shades. The satin surface has the added practical advantage of not
leaving finger marks due to the surface texture. Being translucent unlike
metal, timber or steel fencing, these materials do not block light

Privacy screens are available
in sheet sizes of 3050mm x 2030mm with 10mm thickness, giving the user the
option of designing the screens with minimal joints and gaps.

Colour options
include Glacier Green, Arctic Blue and Orange Crush as well as the neutral
range of Crystal Clear Frost and Polar White. There are more than a dozen
colours to choose from without compromising light transmission through the

Both the Plexiglas
and Perspex brands offer a written warranty of 10 years against discolouration
in the outdoor environment.

Allplastics can also
provide privacy screens with custom cut-outs, geometrical shapes or slots.

Additionally, Allplastics
offers unique translucent composite panels in PEP-CORE, available in multiple colours
and satin finishes. The panels are 19mm thick with a rigid yet lightweight

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