Lattice is a great option for lots of projects! It enhances any outdoor area. It allows airflow and the sun to shine through while providing privacy.
You may not realize in the many places and ways you can use vinyl lattice. Learn how to beautify decks, fences, and gazebos with Permalatt Vinyl Lattice.
Yes, you can choose the lattice you want to use for your vinyl fencing! Vinyl lattice comes in several types, let’s look at the benefits of each so you can decide which is best for your project.
Want to enclose the area under your deck? Here are the 3 different materials you can use … vinyl skirting, board skirting and lattice skirting.
Two common questions we get are; what do we use to attach your lattice and what are the installation instructions? We realize there can be several ways to install and fasten our lattice as each project can be unique. While we do not have printed installation instructions, we are always here to help by listening…
We thought we might share frequently asked questions about Permalatt’s vinyl lattice specifically our DuraShell® and Decorative 3D lattice products.
A trellis is a structure made with framework and lattice intersecting the frame. The purpose of a trellis is to support and display climbing plants and flowers. Additionally, your trellis can be used as an accent or decorative piece in a garden or yard area.
Got a project you want to use lattice in? Have you considered what color you will use? The most common color for vinyl lattice is white. However, you are not limited to just white. There are great color options for your lattice project.
The vinyl lattice you installed last year still looks awesome. It was a good investment for your property and you couldn’t be happier. How will it look for the next season? Depending on the kind of vinyl lattice you installed, it may be considered maintenance free or low maintenance. We have a few suggestions…
When it comes to lattice there can be a bit of confusion as to what one is the best for your project. You may want to research the lattice types available and find out just what makes one better than the other. It can be hard to get information regarding how certain lattice types are…