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privacy fence

Posted by suzan30 5b (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 20, 14 at 9:13

I just took down a row of 6 foot high scraggly bushes. It really opened up by small backyard but now I can see the write plastic panels my neighbor's have put up for privacy. The two yards are separated by a wrought iron fence. I'm wondering what I can do to regain my privacy. I thought about using bamboo fencing, linked below.

Has anyone used these? Or do you have other suggestions?

Here is a link that might be useful: bamboo fencing


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RE: privacy fence

You don't say how long the row was. Do you have a photo?


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RE: privacy fence

I don't have a photo (will try to take some), but the wrought iron fence is about 15 feet long. The back fence is a brick wall and there are wrought iron fences on both sides that separate my yard from those of my neighbors. These are urban townhouses in Chicago built in a mid-century modernist style (think: grey rectangle) so I thought the bamboo might be in keeping with the minimalist look.

Thanks!


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RE: privacy fence

I don't have a photo (will try to take some), but the wrought iron fence is about 15 feet long. The back fence is a brick wall and there are wrought iron fences on both sides that separate my yard from those of my neighbors. These are urban townhouses in Chicago built in a mid-century modernist style (think: grey rectangle) so I thought the bamboo might be in keeping with the minimalist look.

Thanks!


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