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Now your fencing is eco-friendly too!

Being safe and shaded has never been so stylish. 

There is really no limit to what you can create with bamboo. Our bamboo rolled pole fencing can be used for so many things around your space but a favourite amongst our Bamboo Warehouse fans are pergolas, fencing and screens/modular fencing panels.

You might be asking why you would want a bamboo fence when there are so many other options available. The answer really is that beyond the bamboo’s natural beauty and ability to blend into the landscape, it holds many real advantages over other traditional fencing options. These include:

Environmentally friendly 
We've said this many times and it's not bragging if it's true that bamboo is the most environmentally friendly wood product on Earth! It takes a record-breaking 3 years to be sustainably harvested vs the 50 years for a cedar tree to grow back after it is cut down for wood fence construction.

If you look at vinyl fencing which is a common alternative to wood fencing, this is a petroleum-based product, we really don't need to explain why bamboo is better in this instance.

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Bamboo fencing an excellent durable option.

Bamboo's natural beauty can blend into any landscape.

Durability and strength
Unlike cedar or pine, bamboo is naturally termite resistant, great news if you want your fence to last! Termites have difficulty digesting bamboo due to a naturally high content of silica in the wood fibres. It is also able to withstand gale force winds because of its rounded cane structure. The winds just pass through between the poles, rather than push against them. 

The price!
It would be difficult to find a fence, screen or pergola that has all of these benefits at such an affordable price.

Your bamboo fencing, pergola or screen/modular fencing panels can come in two colour variations:

  1. Natural - light natural bamboo colouring
  2. Carbonised - natural bamboo that is taken through an additional heating process which caramelises the sugars in the bamboo, darkening the colours.

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