A: Hello Lizz, Thank you for your inquiry. Install reed fencing by using staples this will be able to secure the fence. Hope this was helpful. Best regards, Backyard X-Scapes.
A: Hello AmyL, Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend you use a standard 1X3 or 2X4, attached to the concrete/ cinder blocks then attach the fencing to the wood slabs. Please take a few minutes to look at our installation video. https://youtu.be/G1OKTf8vDww I hope this was helpful. Best regards, Backyard X-Scapes.
A: Hello, Customers mainly use this product for fencing. You may be able to use it for your project. I would recommend getting with a contractor to inquire about installment as a roof shade. I hope this was helpful. Best regards
A: Hello MissAnnaHere I would not recommend attaching this product to a screen, as the weight of it may damage the screen. You will want something that is sturdy and inflexible to attach it to. You can use tie wraps to attach it to any posts that are available to attach it to. I hope this is helpful. Thank you, Backyard X-Scapes, Alaina
A: Maybe. Yes as a screen but not as a wrap
A: Not sure honestly. We use it over our chicken coop area for shade. It's thin but I'm sure with it being nit right up against the unit it would work fine.
A: Hello, Yes, it can be used to cover an HVAC unit. This lightweight material is perfect for easily covering unsightly structures such as old fencing, etc. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns. Best Regards, Backyard X-Scapes
A: The short answer is, yes. That is what I used my reed fence for. The screen is rather flimsy so you’ll need to build a frame. I used 2x4s. Keep in mind access for maintenance. Additionally, after two years I needed some additional wire support as threads are breaking on one side from constant wind, but still looks great.
A: No.Very see thru.
A: Hello Sean, I'll be glad to assist. No, we do not recommend cutting this fence down, There are wires that hold the product together. Hope this was helpful. Best Regards, Backyard X-Scapes
A: I don't see why not. It's held together with horizontal wires, so you could cut between them and still have the bamboo stay together. However, you'd need some sharp snips because the bamboo is thin as straws and breaks easily. As fencing attached to a chainlink fence lasted about 1 year in my back yard.
A: It can be cut but it won’t be that easy. You can by it 3ft x 15 or so feet.
A: As long as you have a really sharp tool, and you avoid the wiring, I imagine it could be cut.
A: Yes it is. It is quite heavy as well
A: Yes however I used staples to attach it to a wood fence.
A: Yes, that's exactly how I did mine.
A: Yes, but make sure they are strong and long for easier and lasting installation.
A: YES. I ZIP TIED SECTIONS TO BAMBOO POLES AND IT LOOKED GREAT.
A: Yes. I attached zip ties and have had the privacy reed fencing since 2018 ties still good and fencing looks great.
A: hello there, Installation is easy with staples, zip ties, or wires. Simply run a wire into the fencing galvanized wire and then twist it onto your existing chain-link fence to hold it up
A: I left mine up all summer and winter and somehow got two years out of it. But realistically, I think a year is more reasonable if you want it to look pristine as it will gray up as any wood product left outside will, and storms/wind will can damage if not in a protected area. It needs to be supported good. I used small tie wraps to hold it to our chain link fence. When it finally wore out, I replaced it with the thin bamboo slat fence HD also sells. More durable, and you can pressure wash it the next season to bring back the brightness.
A: depends if it's free standing or leaning against a wall, exposed to rain and wind or in a protected area. I bought it over 3 years ago in FL and had it for approx. 2 years covering a wire mesh fence in the backyard. I put 2 layers one over the other to make it sturdier, but Floridian rain and wind chew on it. I finally replaced it with real bamboo fencing.
A: High heat shouldn't impact this at all. The larger concern is high humidity. The material is held together by wire that will rust over time. That said mine is going strong after 10 yrs in the rain and high winds.I use it as a decorative wind break. The natural reeds show little sign of wear.
A: Five years minimum
A: Hello Jess, Thank you for your interest in backyard X-Scapes products, I will be glad to assist you with your question. With proper instillation and well placed depending where it's also located, I believe there shouldn't be any issues with the product not lasting five years minimum, it's also held together with wires in between the bamboo fence. Please let me know if I can assist you with anything else and don't hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions. Thank you!
A: I have had mine up 2 years so far. Mine are used for two things. One as a fence around my Bamboo and the other as a roof over my pond to detract Eagles and Blue Heron from my 22 foot long 16 foot wide 3 feet deep Koi Pond. They had 4 inches of snow on them last year and held fine. They are still doing well. I imagine without a problem mine will be good for another 5 years at least but they are laid out across some 1 x 6 pine wood arbors for support.