Bamboo Privacy Fence – He does not like wire fence around his backyard. It’s time for a privacy fence. However, you do not need a professional to tear it out of the fence and install a new privacy fence. Bamboo fencing is an excellent choice for a outdoor privacy fence. You can “go green” and add an attractive design element to your landscape. Bamboo is durable and relatively inexpensive. And you can install a bamboo privacy fence on an existing wire fence yourself without the expense of hiring a contractor. Measure the length of the wire fence to be covered. Then determine the size and number of bamboo fence rollers you need.
Bamboo fencing that comes in rolls is much easier to install than panels. Available lengths and height tend to vary. However, rolls generally come in 10-foot sections and are 5 to 8 feet high. Roll out the bamboo privacy fence wire mesh and start placing on a fence post by wrapping the bamboo around the pole. Use long pieces of 12 inches of high strength galvanized wire to secure the bamboo fence. (Of course, you can adjust the length of the wire to the fence). Using the tongs to pull the cable through the bamboo fences, attach the fencing bamboo to the top and bottom of the existing wire fence. Twist the wire together at the back of the fence. Do this every 4 to 6 feet.
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Attach the other end of the roll to the fence using the heavy duty galvanized wire as in step 1. Secure the bamboo near the existing wire fence with the 12-inch wire. Do this with each rolling roll until you have finished covering your existing wire fence. Connect the next roll of bamboo privacy fence for the previous roll with its tough galvanized wire. At the end of the fence, wrap the end of the roll in the end post and secure it with the sturdy galvanized wire as you did at the beginning.