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What is lattice used for?
Lattice is often used to provide support for climbing plants, for skirting at the bottom of porches and decks, and to fence off utility areas. People also love to use it purely for decorative purposes.
What is the best way to cut lattice?
Perhaps the best way to cut lattice is to use either a jigsaw or a circular saw with a carbide-tipped blade.
Is wood or vinyl lattice better?
Both wood and vinyl lattice have their own pros and cons. It's easier to nail things to wood lattice, it's environmentally friendly, and it can match your existing fencing and decking. However, vinyl fencing won't crack or rot, it's sturdier, and it doesn't need staining or treating.
What can I put under my deck besides lattice?
Some people choose to put solid materials like composite trim, skirting boards, or wood siding under their deck as an alternative to lattice.
How do you put lattice on a deck for privacy?
One way to put lattice on a deck for privacy is to make a structure with 2X4 lumber and 4X4 posts. Then using 2X2s and a Brad Nailer, add lattice windows to make an effective yet attractive privacy screen.