Reed Screening Comparison

We compared our screening to a few of our competitors to see how their quality really stacks up.

Are the canes peeled?

Papillon only uses peeled reed in their screening. Unpeeled canes have a messy and dirty appearance that defeats the point of adding decorative screening to your garden. The bits of the plant left on unpeeled canes drop off gradually over time, so you have to constantly sweep up around the screening.

Toolstation

    • Not all canes have been peeled - will cause screening to discolour unevenly and turn black due to mould when left outside.
    • Includes parts of original reed plant.
    • Untidy and some unfinished canes.
    • Inconsistent cane height.
    • Inconsistent widths of canes.
    • Untidy wiring.

Evershine

    • Not all canes have been peeled.
    • Includes parts of original reed plant.
    • Untidy and some unfinished canes.
    • Inconsistent cane thickness.
    • Inconsistent widths of canes.
    • Untidy wiring.

Papillon™

    • All canes have been peeled.
    • No traces of original plant.
    • Tidy canes.
    • Consistent cane thickness.
    • Consistent widths of canes.
    • Neat consistent wiring.

How consistent are the canes?

Papillon screening is made to the finest standard to ensure the canes have a consistent width and are neatly wired together so every roll looks exceptional. This is crucial so that you can place multiple rolls next to each other and have a tidy appearance overall.