Rolled Bamboo Fencing – First, dig a hole 36 inches deep with a fence post whole digger or shovel distributed every 4 to 6 meters apart. Second, place two balls of gravel in the bottom of each hole with a shovel. This improves drainage around the fence post so that water does not pond not around the post. Too wet and soft ground leads to fence posts to loosen and fall over, which destroys part of the fence. Third, set pressure treated 4-inch by 4 – inch posts in the holes.
The bars need to be as high as it rolled bamboo fence plus 24 inches more. Use level to ensure that the posts are straight. Pack soil or gravel around the posts as the ground around the tree is compact. Fourth, cut pressure treated 1-inch by 2 – inch wooden rails with a saw. Use a tape measure and mark the cut line on the track. The rails must touch in the center of the posts. Attach the top rail to the first two posts with a nail gun. Nail the bottom rail 2 inches from the ground and fasten the center rail. Add the other guides to the rest of the rolled bamboo fencing frame sections.
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Last, place rolled bamboo fencing against the fence and the staple end rails starts at the bottom and work your way up. Align bottom of bamboo fence with the bottom of the lower rail. Use galvanized powerful staples and a staple gun. Place staples over the top of the wire holding bamboo pieces together to hide the staples.