A privacy screen to protect yourself from view

A privacy screen to protect yourself from view

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A balcony too close to the building opposite, a garden that all passers-by can see from the street or simply two spaces that one wishes to separate, the privacy screen is useful in many circumstances. Arnaud Bouillon, manager of the company Bouillon Sarl, which markets technical textiles and privacy screens, explains the advantages of this product.

What is a privacy screen?

A screen or screen is a panel that allows you to protect yourself from view, partially or completely. There are natural screens, based on heather, woven wicker, rush, straw or bark. There are also artificial screens, the most popular today. They are made of synthetic material - PVC or polyethylene - woven or knitted. In PVC, they imitate for example hedges of thuja, canisses or wood. Made of polyethylene, they look like a canvas, which is sometimes printed. Another type of screening, metal or wrought iron products, which are generally high-end products.

When do we use a privacy screen?

To be separated from the neighborhood, not to be seen from the road, the sidewalk, a path, or to detach from a place you do not want to see. On a balcony, a screen is often a decorative element, which can also be used to protect yourself from the wind.

Does a screening allow the eye to pass?

There are different levels of concealment. A light shade screen obscures about 70% (we can still see the silhouettes). It is rather a blurring of vision. Depending on the product, the blackout can be up to 100%.

What is the price of a privacy screen?

For a basic blurry PET product imported from Asia, it costs 3 to 4 € per m². For a quality privacy screen with total blackout, the price goes up between 10 and 15 € per m². With us, a privacy screen printed with a "bamboo", "laurel", "wicker" or "meadow" decoration, for example, costs € 31 per m². For wood or metal products, prices soar there.

Where can you buy a screen?

A privacy screen can be purchased in DIY stores, garden centers, fencing and some hypermarkets.

How can you be sure that you are buying a quality privacy screen?

To date, there is no standard. The best is to favor products of French or European manufacture. Some products also offer a multi-year warranty. This proves that the manufacturer has confidence in the quality of his product. To purchase a privacy screen: