Privacy Structure Gallery


Privacy structures provide a peaceful place to relax while adding value and visual appeal to your home.

Greenwood International’s meticulous craftsmen have vast experience in creating garden structures that add interest, support climbing plants, provide accents and even shelter, and are welcoming resting places. Examples include:

  • Arbors, pergolas and trellises
  • Espalier racks and privacy screens
  • Garden benches and open or covered decks
  • Gazebos, spa enclosures and tea houses
  • Animal shelters, storage sheds and tool sheds
  • Raised planting beds

While we primarily use wood in the construction of garden structures, we employ metal, stone, plastic or even recycled materials where appropriate.

Fencing, a particular form of garden structure, runs the gamut from symbolic property definition to high-security obstacle or animal enclosure. Whether serving as a privacy screen, wind break, artificial horizon, light filter, plant backdrop, sun stopper, host to vines or bird rest, a well-executed fence can be a welcome asset.

Treated wood is usually the material of choice, but we have the skills and experience to deal with whatever is best for the task at hand: woven wire, glass, plywood, chain link, plastic lattices, “New Zealand” fence or simply a line of carefully selected plants.

Moreover, we have the knowhow and equipment to conduct a careful survey prior to any perimeter fence installation. Accordingly, Greenwood International installers can confidently locate a fence directly on the property line (rather than the popular “foot or so” inside the supposed line), heading off the unintended forfeiture of a valuable strip of land through “adverse possession.”