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Suncast is headquartered in the company's 600,000-square foot Batavia plant, which houses more than 90 production lines and converts over 100 million pounds of plastic annually. The combination of injection molding and extrusion processes is used to manufacture more than 1,000 different products.
Connie from Sandy Hook, CT– Verified Buyer
This screen enclosure looks okay. Up close you can totally see that it's plastic. The anchors that go into the ground bend easily and over time rust. The screens themselves are difficult to keep upright at 90 degrees. They always seem to lean due to wind or whatever. Luckily they were not too expensive. They serve their purpose and in the right spot all the above doesn't matter.
laura from lusby, MD– Verified Buyer
This is a light weight plastic screen enclosure that looks great and is adaptable. It MUST be put into the ground or attached in some way to not blow over, and no you cannot have it in a straight line. But, if that fits your requirements- it looks fine and I am pleased.
Just what we needed
Marilyn from Golden, CO– Verified Buyer
This screen is perfect for what we needed to divide two small areas. It is easy to assemble and is sturdy when arranged per instructions. The only drawback is we did not realize it cannot stand in a straight line as we had planned. We zigzagged it and it works, just not the way we had envisioned it.
Sarah from Hudson, FL– Verified Buyer
I like this a lot and bought it to ride my AC unit and now thinking about telling the neighbors so I don't have to look at theirs! Lol
A little flimsy
Trish from BOCA RATON, FL– Verified Buyer
I got it to use for some privacy on my front porch but it's just not sturdy or tall enough. So I used it to make an area to keep my trash cans hidden which is working out great.
Outdoor Screen Enclosure
Elizabeth from Wall, NJ– Verified Buyer
Purchased the screen enclosure to hide our air conditioning unit. We get lots of compliments on what a great idea it is!
Karen from lock Haven, PA
The material is of good quality. It does not stand up under any wind. I need to find a better way to secure it to be able to use it.
virginia from Springfield, NJ– Verified Buyer
I liked the enclosure, but it would be better if the panels were wider-it wasn't deep enough to cover the sides of my air conditioner units so I need another one. They don't really stand on their own-they need to be secured.
matches the description
dianne from Chevy Chase, MD– Verified Buyer
This is bit flimsy and what you would expect for a plastic screen. We used it to hide an ugly AC unit in a rental home. The white plastic looks a bit cheap but we knew what we were buying. It held up well for our specific purposes for a year. We did not purchase this for long term use.
Attractive and Practical portable fence
Jack from Lake Stevens, WA
We like the appearance of this screen and use it as a small fence barricade between us and our close next door neighbor. It is pretty stable, but did blow down in a big wind. But it can be reinforced with larger steel stakes.