Yardistry is the first building components system packaged for the retail market that allows Do-It-Yourself (DIY) and Professional customers to build Structures, Screens and Fences...easily and affordably. This unique modular system -- the only one of its kind in North America -- allows for the creation of hundreds of designs with only fifteen basic components.
With Yardistry components, customers can create Structures that provide shade or define outdoor living space;
Screens that bring delineation to an area of interest or filter a view; and Fences to create privacy and further enhance the garden`s natural features. With fifteen SKUs, the designer is provided with ultimate flexibility, style, quality and craftsmanship that is sure to enhance any landscape.
What is Yardistry made from?
Yardistry is a wood-based product made from exterior grade cedar (C. lanceolata), finished with a water-based stain for lasting enjoyment. Yardistry’s Post Top Connectors, Post Caps and Panel Clips are powder coated, marine grade aluminum and include stainless steel hardware. Materials and manufacturing methods ensure the long-term durability of the product.
Yardistry's quality furniture-like finish (offset dado and half lap lattice construction) shows true product craftsmanship. Yardistry's components come pre-finished with a factory-applied water-based stain. Customers can customize the colour of their Yardistry project by simply applying a semi-transparent stain over the factory finished product. Alternatively, they may wish to paint an existing structure to match their new Yardistry project by using one of Yardistry`s color
The Yardistry product line offers designers, contractors and home owners infinite possiblities to solve their landscaping challenges. Whether creating garden features, a shaded escape from the sun or a simple treatment for hiding an air conditioner or recycling bin, Yardistry provides the flexibility to design and build the perfect solution for each. We recommend that consumers, designers and builders refer to their local building code for post anchoring methods suitable to their respective application, surface and soil conditions.