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Margaret from CLARKSTON, MI – Verified Buyer
Found this for a great price. Study and pretty. I'm using it on my patio to add privacy and as an accent. Assembly was not difficult. The quality, especially for the price is good... it will hold up.
Anna from Driftwood, TX – Verified Buyer
I use this screen to hide my outdoor AC unit. It works perfectly. It was easy to assemble and has held up very well against the elements. The wood is good quality and the color is exactly as it looks on the photo. I recommend.
Teresa from Covington, KY – Verified Buyer
I was very happy when I received this privacy screen. The wood is very sturdy and heavy and it is beautiful. I'm very pleased with this purchase.
great addition to the back yard
David from Cincinnati, OH – Verified Buyer
We're using two of these well-made screens to enclose an outdoor kitchen off of our patio and they look fantastic.
Excellent quality and great looks.
Joan from San Mateo, CA – Verified Buyer
We are very pleased with our privacy screen. It stands by the front door and hides garbage cans. It was easy to assemble, is very sturdy, attractive, and does the job! Thanks.
teak wood privacy screen
Duane from Bonita Springs, FL – Verified Buyer
Very nice product, wish it were taller. very good quality and easy assembly
Brent from Corinth, MS – Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
Would highly recommend, super functional, looks fantastic, we're very happy. Good value too.
Sturdy and Attractive
Randall from Abbeville, SC – Verified Buyer
Sturdy good looking and durable. Only wish it were a foot or so taller.
Peymaneh from LOS ALTOS HILLS, CA – Verified Buyer
Beautiful screen it covers my garbage containers. The color is much darker than it appears.
Darleen from Frostburg, MD – Verified Buyer
Excellent quality and workmanship, plus it's a green item as it comes from a sustainable plantation. I would like it to be a little taller and am trying to figure out how to build a one to two foot base for it.