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05:53PM | 02/13/20
I have neighbours that moved in and their house is higher then mine and can see everything
We lost all our privacy. We even share a fence together sadly. Planting trees will take lots of time to grow, any other alternatives? PLEASE HELP!!
Thank you so very much


04:38PM | 02/14/20
First of all, Bob does not answer any questions, I doubt he even reads the questions. Curtains would do the job.


10:28AM | 02/15/20
Member Since: 02/10/20
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To plant a new privet hedge, create a trench two feet wide and two feet deep, space individual shrubs about 12 inches apart, and bring soil up to the branching trunk. Water deeply and frequently the first year, using drip irrigation. To thrive, these deciduous shrubs require a temperate climate and a homeowner willing to wield sharp shears as often as needed. take some time ..


02:32PM | 02/15/20
Use decorative privacy window film. I have it in my bathroom halfway up the windows so the neighbors can't see in. It still lets in plenty of natural light & the one I have makes rainbow colors when the sun shines on it. There are a myriad of styles. I also put it on my clear glass shower door. I'm very happy with it. Easy to install and you can take it off anytime.

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