Wood lattice fence is a lightweight material design to provide partial shade and privacy at the same time allowing air and light to continue to flow. Provides support for vine plants and shelters for small birds, such as finches. Vine flowers, like morning glory, clematis and sweet pea, attract hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. Lattice fencing or bad weather, so when it is properly sealed.
Repairs consist of replacing broken tablets instead of entire sections of the fence. Because the sections are light, the wood lattice fence can use shorter, lighter poles. You can buy ready-made latticework or make your own structural sections. Place two strips of wood stock trellis about 3 feet apart. Lay the miter grating strips through the top and bottom strips of your lattice section at a 45 degree angle, with the miter ends of each piece flush with the top and bottom edges.
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Use carpenter’s staples and a staple gun to hold the strips in place of hammers and nails. The hammers are too heavy, and most nails will cause lattice to crack, part or break. Hang the sections horizontally for border fences or vertically for privacy fences, depending on the height required. The number of wood lattice fence required for this project depends on the amount of space you want to cover.