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How to Join Synthetic Reed Fencing

Hello everyone, I'm Marco from Fenceshop, and today we will show you how to join synthetic reed fencing. This tutorial is part of our "From Saying to Doing" series. We will see how to correctly bind two rolls of synthetic reed fencing to achieve a robust and aesthetically pleasing joint.

Necessary Tools

For this job, we will need:

  • Binding Wire
  • Pliers
  • Tenax-specific fix-ties for reeds, with plastic washer
  • Electrician fix-ties (preferably from Tenax and UV-protected)
  • Cutter
  • Scissors
Preparation of the Reed Fencing

Before starting, it is important to check the condition of the last wire of the roll. Often, the wire of the last reed may be detached. In this case, it is better to remove the defective first reed to avoid future problems. Using scissors, cut the excess wire without damaging the rest of the reed fencing. For added security, you can lightly burn the last part of the wire with a lighter to prevent fraying.

Joining Procedure

A perfect joint that is invisible is impossible to achieve. However, we can minimize the visual impact by overlapping the last reed of one roll with the first of the new roll. This overlap will allow for a stronger binding.

Binding the Reed Fencing

To bind the two rolls, we can use the binding wire or the specific fix-ties from Tenax. Proceed with a fix-tie: insert the wire into the washer and overlap the last reeds of the two rolls. Make sure to have a support base, such as a mesh or a railing, on which to fix the reed fencing. Pass the wire to the other side and tie it well.

Repeat this operation for the entire height of the reed fencing, performing a binding every span. This will ensure a stable and aligned joint.


We have completed the joining of the synthetic reed fencing. Although the joint will be visible, we will have an aligned and robust reed fencing. The final result will be aesthetically pleasing and functional.

I hope this tutorial has been useful to you. We invite you to subscribe to our channel for more tips and to share your joining methods in the comments. We are curious to read your experiences and compare with you. See you soon and in the next video!

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