Bamboo fencing, reed,
willow and fern fencing are the most commonly requested fencing
types by our customers.
Excellent for both indoor or outdoor use.
survive the outside elements. Install over existing fences, posts,
or hide those ugly chain-linked fences (or neighbors! just
These rolls are
generally 6ft Height by 15ft long. There are made from
different materials but are usually wire wound.
They are used to
cover existing fencing to give a jungle look. You can staple, glue
and wire tie these fencing to your existing fencing. There needs to be an
existing solid fencing/wall/posts spaced every few ft. to use this
option. This type of fencing cannot stand alone without solid
Use over a framed patio, instead of thatch, for shade. Can be
stapled to plywood. Great for tiki bars and a low cost alternative
to actual bamboo poles.
You can use this option for wall
coverings and ceilings. Same idea you can staple, or glue the
rolled fencing to the walls or ceilings. A normal staple gun or
tacking glue from your local hardware store will work. Cut the roll
to size and glue and you are done! This is an easy do it yourself
project that has been one of customers growing favorite because of
its low cost per foot pricing.
Very versatile. We love this stuff!
wire, twist around poles or existing chain-link fence to
Staple gun works well when installing to
When using outdoors, keep the rolled
fencing from touching the ground directly to prevent water rot.
The fencing can be
cut to size, both the height and the length can be trimmed.
Use a sharp pair of pruning shears to cut.
The fencing is
a HANDMADE natural product and subject color, texture, and size
variations. We have found the length to be plus or minus 15 ft. Err
on the safe side, and consider the rolls will be slightly less than