There is however one difference that may influence choice. Otherwise, it comes down to aesthetics, garden design and personal preference.
The clue is in the name…
The word ‘vento’ is Latin for ‘in the wind’ and, as the name implies, Vento Panels have a ‘hit-and-miss’ design which allows the passage of air through the fence whilst maintaining total privacy. Accordingly, if your land has a windy aspect, or lacks the sort of shelter from the environments you might find in an urban location, Vento Panels may be a good choice.
In general, the design of Vento Panels brings a more traditional ‘cottage garden’ feel when it comes to creating your outdoor rooms. Normally installed vertically it provides a strong structural line against an herbaceous border or perhaps an espalier trained fruit tree with lateral leaders – the composite panels happily takes eye-bolts and espalier wire.
At the same time, on a longer run, the hit-and-miss structure gives the fence itself light, shade and texture against any gaps in the planting or during winter.