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Bamboo is good, quite easy for this 'little old lady' to work with. Beautifully disguised a scruffy wooden fence. I put black weed control fabric up first for a more solid look.
Bamboo Slat Fencing Screening - 4.0m x 1.8m
This robust and eco-friendly bamboo slat fencing screening roll will make a perfect practical addition to your garden. It is popular as a way to improve existing fencing and frame flower beds. The bamboo is strong enough to increase the height of existing fences. It can be used on its own or attached to an existing fence.
This excellent screening really brightens up the garden and has covered an unsightly brick wall perfectly. Garden has been tranformed...
These bamboo slat fencing screening rolls can be attached to existing garden fences, stone walls, chain link wire fencing, arbours and many other areas the garden which requires screening or shade. It can be easily attached to wooden garden fences by the use of galvanised garden staples securing top and bottom of the bamboo slat fencing screening. This bamboo screening is Ideal for disguising existing walls and fencing, it can also be used over arbours and pergolas, creating a soft shaded area beneath. It is made from full height bamboo canes, each held together by the use of galvanised wire.
Each roll of screening is made of individual vertical bamboo slats cut from a large cane (each vertical is a complete slat - there are no breaks). The average width of each slat is 15mm (0.6ins), varying from 5mm to 20mm. The slats are tied together with horizontal galvanised wires.
The versatility of this product allows you to use it for a variety of applications around the garden. These include providing shade and privacy, disguising less attractive areas of the garden, such as compost heaps, or to simply add a bit of decoration to your home. This screening has been constructed from completely natural bamboo, which gives the product strong and durable properties that enable it to resist different environmental conditions, including strong winds and heavy rain.
Whether you are going to attach the screening to an existing fence, wall, or arbour, you will need to make sure it is fixed securely. To achieve this, we recommend using our galvanised wire and ratchet strainers.
Dimensions Height: 1.8m (5' 10") x Length: 4m (13' 2")
This product is supplied as a 4 metre roll with a choice of five heights, please see the links at the bottom of the page:
PLEASE NOTE: This is a natural product and there will be variations from roll to roll and slat to slat . We cannot guarantee each roll or slat are identical as colour, width and length will vary. For example, the width/thickness of each slat in the same roll will vary between 5mm and 20mm. The average width is approx 7mm.
The Roughneck Fencing Pins have a top hook for securing the screening onto the pin. They can also be used to hold rope or hazard tape when marking off areas where work is in progress or where general access is restricted.
"Thanks for the very fast delivery of the two bamboo slat screens I ordered a couple of weeks ago. They look really good now they're in place on the patio." - D Cooper
Thanks to Mr A for these great photos of the screening in his garden.
"Quick and easy order, good item and price,would recommend"
Reviewed Sunday, 13 May 2018
"1st class service. Screening is perfect as listed well packed and speedy delivery."
Reviewed Sunday, 6 May 2018
"Their service to me was impeccable. Would use them again and again. Also their prices are most afordable. Thank You"
Reviewed Thursday, 3 May 2018
"Fast delivery bamboo arrived well packed and excellent quality . Very happy customer"
Reviewed Thursday, 26 April 2018
"I had a problem at check out and the online staff were amazing. They helped me ou."
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 April 2018
"First rate delivery"
Reviewed Monday, 9 April 2018
"yes prompt delivery"
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 April 2018
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 March 2018
"Next day delivery - excellent service. Would certainly recommend to others."
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 March 2018