Making A Bamboo Fencing
Bamboo fencing can bring a semblance of Oriented to your backyard. Bamboo is durable and weather resistant; color and natural texture complement almost any landscape. The best part is you can do a bamboo fence in an afternoon simply following these steps. Cava holes that measure 0.3 m deep and at least 1.21 m away, using a post whole digger or swords. Bamboo poles inserted into the holes. Use a string to ensure that the caps are properly balanced. Compresses post holes after filling.
Marks the part inside of the posts at intervals of 15, 30 and 61 inches from the top. Drill pilot holes through the posts at each mark to prevent the bamboo fencing splits. Attach your jigsaw to a drill and drill the holes. When the bit is in the whole increases energy slowly and makes a complete hole through the post.
Hammers posts about 60 cm below and along the ground to secure them. With each post on the rod pushes down firmly until the rebar through the diaphragm remains of bamboo. Short straight stems for cross tables to match the internal dimensions of the panels of bamboo fencing. 54 cm should be permitted additional bamboo to be inserted into the post 1.27 cm.