Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 68
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Giacomo Fast delivery and looks great
Easy and fast delivery. Arrived in secure wrapping and unblemished.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by travellinjack very nice product
Using plastic ties, I attached this to a chain link fence for privacy Looks great! Seems quite well made, with heavy duty wire connecting the bamboo together. The spacing is pretty good, with maybe 1/8 to 1/4 inch gaps between some of the bamboo, which is the spacing we wanted. I've only had them up for a month, so I can't attest to the longeivity, but it looks promising. Very attractive fence now
July 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Tropics Decorate Pool Area
I purchased this bamboo because it looks well made and I felt it would last longer than the reed fencing. It took 2 adults to left and secure the fence. We used zip ties to attach the fence around our pool. I rate the fence at 3 stars because it is not protected from UV rays and funguses. I purchased outdoor water sealant that proclaims to protect from uv damage and funguses. The spray application just ended up beading up on the fence. So we used paper towels to spread the sealant. The fence did come with some dark spots and gaps in between which is ok with us. I just want the fence to last years and not one season. The fence has been up a couple of weeks.
July 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moab302 Excellent quality building material
We used to buy our bamboo from Cali Bamboo directly. It was much more expensive than Home Depot and they didn't offer a freight program. Home Depot's material comes from Cali Bamboo in the end, at a better price and freight paid on $250 orders. Yay!
We had to go elsewhere for the redwood, as Home Depot no longer carries it in my area.
September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CEP Great for privacy and pleasant appearance
We purchased this to put up against ~ half of our existing fence on our apartment porch to add some privacy. Initially, I was concerned that it would block too much light but it doesn't! We finished it with a warm, golden color and it seems to enhance the lighting rather than diminish it and it gives the entire porch a more outdoors-y feel, especially when paired with plants.We fastened it to our porch fence with zip ties. We are now enjoying our moments on our porch- in privacy and in warm glow of bamboo in sunset.
May 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Elvis Not bad.
I purchased 4 rolls of fencing. The color varied from roll to roll. There were also some imperfections with the metal cable that held them together. (ex. The cable did not go thru the bamboo stalk but missed and was exposed. ) Some of the stalks were bent and not as straight as they could have been.
May 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by pat5208 Very rustic and inconsistent color.
This fence is made up of bamboo poles tied together, the length, with three pieces of wire. The only way to secure it to your frame is by screwing it in. Bamboo is hollow. If you screw in too tightly you will split the bamboo which is undesirable. You must pre-drill each hole before screwing it in and don't screw in too far. Use tan colored decking screws, at least 2" long, so you can attempt to hide the fact that you had to use screws in the first place. I bought two rolls of natural bamboo fencing, each 8 feet long. The first roll was nice looking with hints of brown and green highlights. The second roll was plain colored bamboo. The color distinction is evident. Otherwise a nice product.
April 9, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BottomLineBeth1 Pretty good product for landscaping use
Had an old ugly chain link fence that offered very little privacy between neighbors. Used the existing chain link fence to provide the support for the new bamboo fence. I did quite a bit of research after reading numerous reviews which pointed out hidden problems and challenges. Here's what I learned: must install a couple of inches above the ground; must install using galvanized wire that is thick enough to provide stability but thin enough to bend. Do not use 24 gauge since it is too flimsy. Do not use plastic ties: Install each section with the side up that will not let water sit in it, I believe it is called the knuckle side up; Make sure you cut away as much vegetation as possible from your existing chain link fence before you begin the project or you will be sorry; have a wire cutter and needle nose pliers ready; use a power washer with a bleach solution to spray down the entire fence after installing; let it dry for a day or two and then paint the fence with a very expensive product called TWP ( total wood protectant); make sure your neighbor allows you to go on their side of the yard so that you can easily attach the fence using the galvanized steel gauge wire and finally make sure that you have 2 people to install this fence since it is too heavy and cumbersome for one person to handle on their own.
April 22, 2015