We have some important updates to share with you. LWO
is relocating it’s operations.
Beginning Sept. 1, LWO Corp. will shut down operations and begin preparing to relocate. During the move, our products will remain available through our distribution partners, – please visit our dealer locator for locations where product is sold.
We have set a target of mid-November to be up and running again.
Production may then be limited for the first 6-8 weeks while we bring
systems back online in the new location.
Keep in mind that our restart plans are subject to change, and are
still being determined.
We are grateful to have earned your business up to this point, and
we look forward to doing so with renewed vigor after the dust
Lattice can be extremely beneficial in landscaping. As a fence, it provides privacy from neighbors, marks property lines and can also help camouflage unsightly necessities such as an air conditioner. When it comes to lattice materials, the two most common and readily available choices are plastic lattice and wooden lattice.
At Woodway, we’re partial to the benefits of natural wood lattice. Wooden lattice and fencing – specifically Western Red Cedar – can be painted or stained any color desired. Wooden lattice and fencing tend to be affordable and renewable. Because it is also a natural product, wooden lattice is more environmentally friendly than plastic lattice. We also offer treated lattice, to extend even more the life of our products.
Plastic or PVC lattice can be made to mimic the look of real wood. It is commonly available in many neutral shades including white, green, clay colors and wooden hues. Plastic lattice does not require regular sealing to protect it from moisture, and is rot and insect resistant.
Left untreated, wood lattice can become aged from the sun or other elements. Wood materials are also prone to damage from insects, mold and can rot away or warp, requiring replacement. If not stained or sealed, wooden lattice can “silver” (turn gray), which some people view as appealing.
Unlike wooden lattice, plastic lattice may not hold onto paint as well, making color choices limited unless a special spray paint that adheres to plastic and is specified for outdoor use. The spray paint can make the overall cost of installing the plastic lattice more expensive. Though plastic lattice is rot resistant, mildew and mold can grow over the top, requiring regular cleanings and additional maintenance. Over time, plastic lattice can become damaged and crack. Damaged plastic lattice is virtually impossible to repair and replace – meaning a cracked or broken piece of lattice requires complete and costly replacement.
So why choose Woodway lattice?
Quality lattice and screen are Woodway’s most reknowned products. As former contractors, our founders have always insisted on durability, style and craftsmanship in every lattice panel sold.
Glue-coated stainless steel fasteners in all Clear grades; 18 gauge, electroplated, galvanized and glue-coated steel fasteners in all other products
Fasteners set flush or countersunk, parallel to the grain for additional strength
All 4’ wide lattice panels are glued along at least four joint lines with industrial adhesive
Our founders’ ideals have resonated with contractors nationwide, making Woodway Lattice the best selling premium grade lattice panels in the United States.
Choose the Right Lattice for your project Woodway Lattice is available in Clear, No. 1, and Select grades and a variety of wood species. Western Red Cedar, Redwood, Douglas Fir and Mahogany lattice offer natural rot and pest resistance. Treated lattice panels are also offered in a number of styles. Most styles of Woodway lattice are sold in 4’ x 8’ sheets, while smaller sized sheets are also available.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in an urban environment, or surrounded by acres of land – you’ll eventually find the need to define an outdoor living space.
What if your home is settled amongst 100s of other houses, in a subdivision or urban location? Suitable vegetation often isn’t an option to create a fun space around that hot slab of concrete we call patios!
Introducing the Highland Park Panel Screen – the first extension to our panel screen line. Much like our popular Moderna panel, the Highland Park features prominent directional lines, heavy duty kiln-dried, sanded and rot resistant Western Red Cedar. Glued and stapled at every intersection with stainless fasteners for maximum strength and durability, the Highland Park panel is perfect for privacy screening, space definition for outdoor living, decks, patios, fencing and more.
Available in 4′ x 6′ and 4′ x 8′ sizes, the Highland Park functions equally well as screening, or even as light-duty fencing.
Save time on the job site with Woodway’s pre-drilled posts for stainless steel cable installations. Our posts have 5/16″ pre-drilled holes at 3″ on center, reducing installation time with straight and accurate hole placement. Designed as a structural line post, they can be clad with wood, composite, PVC or vinyl, or used as a finished post.
Introducing Highland Park, the first extension to our panel screen line. Much like our popular Moderna panel, the Highland Park features prominent directional lines, heavy duty kiln-dried, sanded and rot resistant Western Red Cedar. Glued and stapled at every intersection with stainless fasteners for maximum strength and durability, the Highland Park panel is perfect for privacy screening, space definition for outdoor living, decks, patios, fencing and more.
Today, we said goodbye to Ying Seng Saetern – a 35-year employee at LWO. Below are photos from our lunchtime BBQ celebration – attended by many former employees, as well as the entire current LWO crew.
With more than 1,400 suppliers and 160+ education sessions, the Builders’ Show is the place to see the latest in home innovation and the newest products, plus get high-quality education and business building networking opportunities.
Kristina G. sent us before and after pictures of her weekend project – resulting in a long planter box backed by Woodway’s square lattice. What a great way to cover up some metal fencing with an attractive and useful are for backyard gardening. Hope your climbing veggies enjoy the space, Kristina!