Bamboo fence roll are decorative outdoor structures that provide privacy in the form of a strong and durable fence. This type of fence will last up to 20 years if well maintained. Treat it like a wood product with stains and protective coating to prevent the bamboo from drying and cracking. There are several bamboo fence roll options including light to heavy fencing. Hot rolled bamboo fence need rigid support when you install them.
Dig a hole 36 inches deep with a fence post whole digger or shovel away every 4 to 6 feet apart. Use a carpenter’s level to check that the holes are straight up and down. This improves drainage around the fence post so water does not pool around the post.
Set the pressure-treated 4-inch by 4-inch entry holes. Posts must be as long as bamboo fence roll plus 24 inches more. Use level to ensure that the post is straight. Pack soil or gravel around the posts to the ground around the wood is compact.
Use a tape measure and mark the cutting line on the rail. Rails must move in the middle of the post. Attach the top rail of the first two posts with a nail gun. Place the bamboo fence roll to fence and seizures at the end of the track starting at the bottom and work your way up. Line up the bottom of bamboo fencing with the bottom of the lowest rail. Place staples over the top of the cable holding the bamboo pieces together to hide the staples.