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Flex Fence White

Looking for more privacy in your gazebo, pergola, or porch? Wovar's flex fence louver systems are a great solution. These louver systems consist of two rails between which you install boards. You can adjust the boards at any time. Open them to let in the sun or close them to create shade and privacy, or block the wind. The louver systems are incredibly versatile. From fence panels to pergola roofs to wind screens, you can create something unique with Flex Fence. The white flex fence louver systems are available in the lengths 50 cm, 95 cm, and 165 cm.

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Wovar flex fence white

Our flex fences are incredibly versatile. They are often used as windows and walls for a patio, gazebo, or porch. Having a (partly) louvered wall or roof creates a unique and modern appearance. Added to that, you can adjust the amount of light and wind that comes in, as well as the level of privacy you want. This also makes flex fences great as a privacy screen. You can even use these frames indoors to section off certain areas in a room.

Assembling a flex fence

In short, this is how you install a flex fence.

  1. Determine where on the post you want the rail.
  2. Attach the rail to the post with the long screws that come with the flex fence.
  3. Measure the distance between the rails and cut the wood to size. Note: the boards cannot be longer than 180 cm.
  4. Use the small screws to attach the wood to the rails. Make sure to secure them all in the same position, this gives the best result.

Are the rails too long for the project you had in mind? Or are you using two rails on top of each other and need to shorten one? You can easily shorten the rails yourself with a hacksaw. It is also possible to only cut the guide rail between the wooden planks to allow different sections of the flex fence to move independently.

Buy flex fence white

Build an amazing patio roof, wind screen, or flexible fence panel with these white flex fence louver systems. Do you own a construction or landscaping business? Sign up for a free business account and enjoy all kinds of benefits, including a business discount and access to a detailed order history.

Prefer a different colour? Take a look at our flex fence stainless steel or flex fence black.