Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 217
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Horsesgoldie Reed fencing
This fencing is very easy to attach to a chain link fence with zip ties. It goes up very fast and with two people you can get it done with little effort. It helps to hide our neighbors yard from view which is why we purchased it. I do wish i'd have gotten the heavier one as i'm not sure how long this will hold up. Otherwise for the money it was a good buy. It does not totally block the view, but now it's not the first thing I see when I look out my kitchen window. Gives an illusion of privacy. I am looking at some climbing vines that will attach itself to the fencing so eventually it will block the whole fence so if the reed fencing comes apart later on the vines should finish doing the job. Over all i'm satisfied with it.
May 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Doreen This is a miracle product!
We installed a stockade fence to the outside of our existing chain link fence, but the inside of the fence made our backyard look like a true "eye sore". We were looking for a product that was attractive yet durable and reasonably priced, so we could cover the area. The reed fencing was so easy to work with and we attached it to the existing fence with clear cable ties. It not only covered the ugly pieces of wood and chain link, but it added more privacy and gave that particular area in our yard a lovely appearance. It took less than 4 hours to complete the entire job and are thrilled with the end result. We love this product and would certainly recommend it.
April 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dave Great product.
Fence was easy to install and attach to each other. Light weight so it's easy to work with. Gives needed privacy without the cost of a permanent fence.
January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MAMAJ A BEAUTIFUL FENCE TO KEEP MY CATS IN THE YARD!
One of my cats, Stevia, kept going over the wooden fence, so I searched and found this. It was so easy to nail the reed to the wood fence. I had some left over so cut it into sections of 2 feet, and put it the other way on top, so it kind of curls as you can see in pic. She still paces around, plotting another escape, but so far so good. I may not know how to change the date on this camera (still has last year's date when I got it) but thank God I can out smart a cat!
November 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MsLA Found a Different Use
Was looking for something inexpensive to cover the back deck. While browsing the garden department at Home Depot, found this privacy fencing that was the perfect size and very light. Laid 2 1x4s across the top beams, stapled one side with a heavy duty stapler. Kept rolling the fencing across the top, moving the 1x4s until got the fencing to the other side...all 16 feet....perfect size and stapled it in place, Put the cover up first and spent the rest of the day working in the cool shade.
August 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rizzo Bamboo reed fencing
Been a vision of mine for some time.. Easy to put up, simple zip ties. Installed over concrete wall. The wife loves it and so do all my friends.. recommend this product to anyone looking to improve over all look to their back yard and add some privacy.. Nothing worse than taking a little skinny dip in the pool to have your neighbors peeking over your wall.. hehehe
September 1, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Grumpy Looks good
Built a tiki hut and attached this fence to a solid wall. I don't think it would work very well as a stand alone fence because the reeds are kind of flimsy but it worked great for my application. Easy to work with. Only thing I didn't like was the measurements. You would really have to stretch it to get 16 feet
July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Roger Great Product!
Several years ago I bought a Pergola to shade my deck. After just a few seasons, the fabric ripped and could not be replaced. I was left with just the metal frame. As I was searching for alternative ideas, I found this product available from Home Depot. Other customers had used it as a shade roof, so I decided to try it. Installing it was easy with just a few cable ties and some wood screws. I'm already finding other places I could use this.
April 9, 2014