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How Long would my bamboo Panels last?

Bamboo fencing is renowned as an environmentally friendly and attractive option. It is an excellent option for fencing and construction. If you have chosen the Bamboo as your fencing material, you already know it can be a long-lasting. You’ve done your homework and discovered that with some upkeep and maintenance, bamboo fences can look good for years to come.

 

Bamboo fences are long lasting and durable. They require minimal maintenance and care. You can achieve a naturally aesthetic and exotic look around your home by installing a bamboo fence which you can purchase at Nice Backyard. It is also usable in a variety of climatic conditions. It is resistant to excessive heat, ultraviolet rays, rain and snow. It will also reduce pollution because it absorbs carbon dioxide and other toxic gases.

 

 

How to Maintain your Bamboo Fences:

 

Maintenance varies depending on how you installed your bamboo fence.

 

  • If you attached it to an existing chain link fence to cut down on labor, do a yearly check on the fasteners to make sure they are tight. Tighten or replace them as needed.
  • If you affixed your bamboo fence to posts, check the posts every year to ensure they are securely planted in the ground. Rain, animals, kids and high winds can loosen the posts, so pack more dirt around the base or pour in some cement to eliminate air pockets.
  • If the bamboo fence was adhered by metal brackets, check for rust or any corrosion. If you see any corrosion, simply grab a wire brush, this should brush away easily. Treat the brackets with a bit of lubricant.
  • Sometimes poles settle into the ground. If the bamboo fence is now touching the ground, you’ll want to inch it up a bit. The less contact it has with the soil, the better.
  • After your inspection of the bamboo fence, you’ll want to examine the condition of the bamboo itself.  If you didn’t stain or seal the fence upon installation, you’ll want to do that now.
  • Natural bamboo has a waxy outer layer that may fade when exposed to the elements. When this happens, you can add sealant to bring your bamboo back to life. If you’d like, before you install a bamboo fence, you can also lightly sand and stain it with a finish of your choice for a beautiful look.

 

 

By regularly maintaining bamboo fences, you will lengthen its life and keep it intact for years to come.  Our goal from Nice Backyard is to help you get the most benefit out of the Eco-friendly and dollar-saving fencing material.

 

Please click this link to see our Bamboo Panel Products: https://nicebackyard.com/nice/product-category/bamboo-panels/

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