Whether you want to show off artwork, advertise, or just block the eyesore next door, this slat’s for you!
Custom Printed Chain Link Privacy Fence Slats
Questions about how to order Chain Link Fence Slats
How do I measure my fence?
Measure how long each side of your fence is and how tall. Just give us those measurements and we can take it from there.
What kind of artwork can I use?
We can create something for you, or you can send us your high resolution images or logos and we can mock it up for you. You can also send us print ready graphics. Keep in mind that the length of the final graphic will be printed a little bigger overall than your fence, so any critical logos or messages should be kept towards center, a few feet from any edges. Background photos or images can bleed full length.
Privacy Slats for your chain link fence
Unlike zip tying banners or panels to chain link fencing, custom printed plastic inserts are stable and not suseptible to wind damage. Privacy slats are outdoor durable and can be used for advertising as well as a decorative way to create privacy outside your business or home.
When you have a personalized message added to your fence, whether it’s a landscape or seascape, logo or children’s drawings, it makes an attractive visual for both sides of the fence. When you order custom privacy slats, Signs for Success provides the printed sheets of corrugated plastic, a specialized cutting tool to cut down the slats, and edgecap for a bottom track so the slats stay level.
Why do we send the sheets whole?
Printed corrugated plastic slats are a bit thicker than standard privacy slats; if the pieces are cut off-site, we risk cutting the wrong width. Besides that, it’s just not effective to cut the individual slats off-site because you’d have to assemble a jumbled 250+ piece puzzle (give or take).
How easy is it to install?
Corrugated plastic is easy to cut with the provided tool. We recommend having two or three people installing the slats, and, starting in the center, moving out in two directions. To begin, weave a piece of bottom edgecap into the chain link where you want the base to be. Then weave the first cut slat into the chain link from the top until it rests in the edge cap.