The biggest advantage of vinyl lattice screens is that they don't deteriorate over time like wooden ones do. With exposure to the elements, wood lattice can split, warp or twist. The plastic construction of vinyl siding can better tolerate extreme heat and cold as well as moisture.
Another advantage is that many designs of vinyl lattice are impact-resistant. Children, pets or lawn-mower debris are less likely to damage it.
Consumers can buy vinyl lattice panels in a variety of colors. Wood lattice may require painting to achieve the same look. Custom vinyl lattice is available in a number of patterns and styles.
Homeowners incorporate vinyl lattice in a variety of ways. Some use it as a privacy fence, arbor or as a trellis. Others use it as privacy screening around a hot tub. It can also work as deck skirting or railing.
Although most people relate vinyl lattice to outdoor decor, it can be incorporated in interior design to create wainscoting, room dividers, creative headboards, decorative door panels or wall decorations.
The easy-care aspect of vinyl lattice makes it a low-maintenance choice for office or retail environments.Learn more about Doors, Windows, & Locks