Bamboo makes a great fencing material because it is a fast-growing, renewable resource that is extremely hardy and structurally strong. We follow in the footsteps of traditional Asian designed fences from over 500 years ago. Then we add our own modern-day elements to create a product that will withstand the test of time.
Originally a bright manila, the color of our fences softens naturally over time into a light gray. This natural aging acknowledges the passage of time, an important facet in many traditional gardens. As bamboo can split in random spots, we pre-split our poles, keeping our panels looking gorgeous for years to come. We utilize tan-colored screws, brass wire, and durable plastic ties to bring these ancient designs into the modern moment. All of our fencing is made in America.
Height and Running Length: Standard height is 4 or 6 feet depending on the style of fencing. Anything over 6 feet may require a variance or agreement from neighboring properties.
Footers: For some fences, metal is inconspicuously installed within the bamboo poles for structure. Otherwise, traditional lumber posts are used.
Black Ties: Ties are available either in traditional (black hemp palm rope) or modern (black woven polypropylene plastic).
Polyurethane: We suggest our time-tested protective layer of polyurethane be added before the fencing leaves our workshop.