Trellis screen


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We supply and install a wide range of trellis and partition screening in gardens in and around Carlisle, Wigton, Brampton, the North Lakes, the Eden Valley and along the Solway Coast, as well as parts of south-west Scotland and east-Northumbria.

We provide free quotes with no obligation for garden trellis and screens.


Trellis has many potential uses in gardens, but it is most commonly installed to create and pattition separate enclosed areas and as a framework to support climbing plants, fruit and vegetables.

Trellis (sometimes also referred to as lattice) is available in a variety of shapes, sizes and styles - all allowing natural light to filter through.The benefit of this attribute versus, say, sold fencing or walls, is it can accentuate views around and through a garden rather than blocking it - making a garden space more open and expansive instead of claustrophobic.

Overall, trellis is a simple, cost-effective yet classically beautiful way to enhance any garden, regardless of its intended purpose.

Trellis Screens

Trellis panels are commonly used as screens in the garden, to partition its space into multiple funcional areas.

Trellis Fencing

Depending on the view and outlook on offer beyond, trellis can be used to fence a garden boundary.

Wall Trellis

Trellis can be used to transform bare and sometimes defective walls.

Wall & Fence Top Trellis

Trellis can be added to the top of garden boundary structures such as fencing and walls to add extra height and increase the sense of privacy and security.


While trellis is a popular choice for screening a garden, there are several other fencing solutions suitable for achieving the same outcome. By its very nature, most fencing offers a more solid, opaque structure to provide extra protection and privacy. Examples include horizontal and vertical slatted fencing, as well as woven and cross-hatch - all of which are semi-solid.

Woven fencing tends to provide more privacy then slatted fencing. Like trellis, screens constructed from fencing can be used as a platform for plants to grow up, adding an extra sense of natural beauty to a garden.


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Fencing & Gates

Stylish & secure solutions to mark out borders

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Walls, Terracing & Gabions

Contemporary & traditional structures in gardens

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Living Walls

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