Putting up a bamboo fencing roll as a windbreak or for privacy screening can bring the best out of small areas. They are quick to set up and provide the instant cover you need.
It can cost £150 - £180 to get it done for you. Find out how to do it yourself.
Use bamboo rolls to build fence screeningHere are steps for building a standalone bamboo screen or attaching bamboo rolls to fences and existing structures.
- Measure the length and width of the designated privacy screening area (Take note of bends or any adjustments).
- Order bamboo fencing panels and treated posts (according to how many you’ll need from your measurement in Step 1)
- Dig the soil and set the posts in place (You may have to cement the posts to provide additional strength).
- Build a strong frame connecting the treated posts.
- Cut to length and width of the screening area (Some DIYers prefer to cut the bamboo splits after the bamboo splits are in place).
- Tie the bamboo rolls with cable ties or wires to the mainframe (in Step 4)
- Tidy the edges of the bamboo fence screening rolls and clear up.
Use treated posts with bamboo fencing rollsIdeally, the round-treated posts tend to match the roundness of the bamboo stick, unless the bamboo screens are splits.
An interval of 1 metre or 1.5 metres between the pillar posts is ideal.
Select the best bamboo fence roll
The bamboo fencing screen is quick to set up and lasts longer.
The bamboo fencing rolls, splits and splits are great products for fencing screens.
The main problems with these products are mould and rusty weather.
These problems are easily avoided when you do a good check of the bamboo fencing products prior to buying them.