How To Cover Your Colourbond Fence
Colourbond fences are a convenient fencing solution but their industrial look is not for everyone. Whether you prefer an organic or contemporary finish, there are several natural materials you can consider to cover your Colourbond fence, starting with bamboo rod screens and slatted bamboo timber screens.
One of our clients had a few issues with his Colorbond fence and needed to find a solution that addressed all of them.
For this project, the owner had spent a lot on building a new pool and then tiling the surrounds with travertine.
As the project developed, the unattractive Colorbond fence started to become more and more of an eyesore.
They did not want to replace the fence.
They also had to raise it slightly due to the tiling.
The fence then did not meet pool certification regarding height.
House of Bamboo solution
The black rod bamboo fencing was a perfect, relatively inexpensive solution whereby the customer could use the existing fence yet clad it so it complimented the beautiful surrounds and also meet pool requirements.
AFTER: The same fence clad in our natural, sustainable black bamboo
How to install bamboo rod fencing
It’s so easy to install by fixing batons to your existing Colorbond fence and screwing our black bamboo rod screens to those! They come as a 1200 mm roll with either 1800 or 2400 mm height and are joined with quality stainless steel wire.
See our video for more detailed installation help, or call us on 1300 665 703 for a quote to install yours.
Organic black bamboo fencing contrasts beautifully with light coloured pavers but if you prefer a more contemporary look, slatted bamboo timber fencing could be the perfect solution to get your pool certified while giving a modern finish to your pool area.
To view more contemporary fence transformations, click here and see how engineered bamboo fencing can help you improve the look of your outdoor space while getting your pool certified.