30 Asian Fencing & Gates

Whether you’re seeking decorative garden fencing or trying to keep your kids and dog in (and your neighbor’s ghastly affection for backyard junk out), a fence and accompanying gate are great additions to any property. At some point or another, most homeowners with any sort of outdoor space will seek to add some fencing. Knowing which fence style and material will provide the biggest benefit to your home is a must, so here are some things to consider before you set up your new asian boundary: More 
Bamboo Slat Fence, 180"L x 72"H
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Our bamboo slat or split bamboo fences are woven together with black nylon coated wire, as oppose to other split bamboo slat fences in the market that usually tie their fences with bare metal wire exposing unsightly metal and rust. The fence is semi-opaque, which provide some privacy (not as much as a privacy fence). The unique color of the bamboo slats makes it one of the most...More
“6' H bamboo fence” — billblessing
Unlevel Regular Bamboo Edging, 96" wide
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These self- standing bamboo edgings are great as accents in your garden. These are made of 1.5 diameter bamboo poles for visual enhancement. It is flexible and can be bent to different shapes, such as a circle. The top of the poles are cut just above the notch so water will not accumulate in the bamboo poles. The bamboo is drilled and strung together using heavy galvanized wire...More
“Pool pump” — silvanarec
Bamboo Fence Panel, Prebuilt Panel, 40"W x 72"H
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These pre-built bamboo fence sections can be installed easily indoors or outdoors. They add structural beauty and can function as a privacy fence or as dividers in your home garden. Bamboo fence panels are usually placed near the doorways around the corner, and used to seal off certain areas for providing privacy. Our contemporary bamboo fences are creatively designed to pr...More
“possible privacy fence” — evag1
Unlevel Black Bamboo Edging, 12"H x 96"L
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These black bamboo edgings are great as accents in your garden. These are made of 1" diameter black bamboo poles for visual enhancement. It is flexible and can be bent to different shapes, such as a circle. The top of the poles are cut just above the notch so water will not accumulate in the bamboo poles. The bamboo is drilled and strung together using heavy galvanized wire but...More
“bamboo” — Artistic Gardenscapes
Bamboo Fencing 13'x3'3"
$36.99 $47.94 · More Sizes
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BAMBOO FENCING 13'0" LONG x 3'3" HIGH. Ideal cover for fencing and unsightly areas. Simple to attach to fence uprights with ties or staples. Pre-cut size for consumer convenience. Great value! - Weight: 15.5 lbs.
“create privacy” — Maria Hunt
Split Bamboo Fencing 13' x 3'3"
$27.53 $41.30 · Only 1 Left
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Features: -Split bamboo fencing 13'0" long x 3'3" high. -Ideal cover for fencing and unsightly areas. -Simple to attach to fence uprights with ties or staples. -Pre-cut size for consumer convenience. -Great value! This item cannot be shipped to APO/FPO addresses. Please accept our apologies.
“small” — billoscar
Expandable Bamboo Trellis with aluminum rivets
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These bamboo expandable trellis fences are flexible and can function as trellises, fences, gates, border dividers, or for decorative purposes. They are perfect for training climbing vines and vegetables, supporting tomatoes, and more. Place them vertically or horizontally for various uses in the garden. Excellent for the indoors as a divider or gate for pets. Use them in out...More
“bamboo trellis” — elcarrizo
Expandable Bamboo Trellis with aluminum rivets
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These bamboo expandable trellis fences are flexible and can function as trellises, fences, gates, border dividers, or for decorative purposes. They are perfect for training climbing vines and vegetables, supporting tomatoes, and more. Place them vertically or horizontally for various uses in the garden. Excellent for the indoors as a divider or gate for pets. Use them in out...More
“One more trellis option, because it's just so versatile and I love that it's made of bamboo.” — Alli Michelle
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Is there anything I need to do before installing a new fence?


As with any addition to your yard, you’ll want to check your property’s zoning codes. These will tell you whether you can install fencing in your yard, the maximum height it can be, and how far it needs to be from your property line. Historic districts, homeowner’s associations and new developments may also mean further restrictions. It’s also a good idea to consult with your neighbors before a new picket fence appears. This will avoid any tension due to an unpleasant surprise, and they may even offer to contribute to your project financially if it will add privacy and a border to their property, too. It’s also important to confirm property lines with them so no disputes arise — if an agreement can’t be reached, you may want to have your lot surveyed.

What types of fencing are available?


If you’re looking for a little privacy while you enjoy your backyard, a privacy fence is your answer. Yours should be at least 6 feet tall so most people can’t see over the top, and should feature tightly spaced boards or panels. If your privacy fence is going to provide security as well, look for a smooth outer surface and pickets or spiky points at the top to deter people from climbing over. For safety, especially when children are at play, look for a style that’s sure to be safe for your kids as well as one that will prevent them from entering the pool area or other spaces you want to keep out of bounds. A lockable gate is also a great addition to pool fencing. For ornamental or garden fencing, consider decorative fence posts and a matching rail and gate.

What material is best for my fence and gate?


Your options range from metal and wood to vinyl and plastic varieties that are usually designed to resemble the aforementioned materials. Here’s a roundup of each material’s qualities:
• Metal: This is your optimal choice when it comes to safety and security. For a more decorative choice, consider wrought iron. Although more expensive up front and requiring some maintenance to prevent rusting, it’s a beautiful choice. Aluminum and stainless steel provide excellent security at a more affordable price. Consider growing vines or implementing a modern and minimalist design that features architectural details.
• Wood: Extremely versatile and able to mimic a variety of design styles, wood comes in a variety of choices. You can opt for a traditional look with a picket fence or add a modern spin with horizontal slat paneling.
• Vinyl: Maintenance free, light and with the ability to mimic other fencing materials, vinyl is a popular choice. Surprisingly, it may be more expensive initially, but the fact that you’ll never need to paint or worry about weathering makes it an affordable option. Vinyl fencing is often sold in kits and is easy to install.

What features should I consider for my gate?


Garden gates and driveway gates provide a heightened sense of home security and privacy, but they can also be used to complement the beauty of your home’s exterior and landscaping. Gates come in the same material choices as fencing, so it’s easy to find one that matches. However, a gate can have extra ornamentation, so be sure to pick one that echoes the design and colors of your fence as well as the exterior of your home. When choosing your gate, consider its function and the amount of space you have. A simple 6-foot-high gate is perfect for privacy, but wide double wrought iron gates that open with the help of a motor will be better for your driveway.
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