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3-1/2 ft. H x 8 ft. W Cedar Spaced French Gothic Fence Panel

  • Cedar is naturally resistant to rot and decay
  • Comes pre-assembled for easy, DIY installation
  • Spaced gothic picket panel allows for free flow of air and light

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You can use this 42 in. x 8 ft. Cedar 2-Rail French Gothic Spaced Picket Fence Panel to build a boundary-defining fence, or to add visually-appealing ornamentation to your yard. This sturdy cedar panel can provide an aesthetic and a functional solution. The spaced-picket design allows the free flow of air and light over and through the fence. The French gothic pickets can lend your outdoor space an architecturally-interesting element.

  • Made from cedar
  • Cedar material is naturally resistant to cracking, splitting, warping, rot and decay
  • Unfinished wood is paintable and stainable
  • French gothic pickets can add a visually-striking element to your yard or garden
  • Spaced pickets for wind tolerance
  • Preassembled for easy, above-ground installation
  • Can be used to define boundaries or for ornamental purposes
  • 2 backer rails for support
  • Recommended to fasten with screws (sold separately)

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Are there metal brackets that assist with installation. ? Cost?

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July 24, 2015
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No, You just need 3 arms. 1 to hold the panel against the post and 2 to screw in the deck screw. You will want to use at least a 3 inch galvanized or plated screw. Box head or Torx seem to work better than a phillips head screw. You absolutely will need a power screw driver and sometimes it is easier if you pre drill the rail
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Yes. Simpson fence brackets are available for around 25 cents each, four required per panel.
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October 21, 2014
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Metal brackets can be used, but are not necessary. If you decide to use metal brackets, it will cost several dollars extra for each panel. It's easy to line up the ends of the panels with the posts, covering half the face of the post and using 2 1/2" screws to secure the panels to the post. These panels look better without the brackets.
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July 16, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is only available in Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our many specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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what can I use to hold these picket fence panel up

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I am going to just use two of them (8 ft each) as a separation between my yard and my neighbor's yard. They don't have to be hooked together, but I don't know what to use to keep them standing up.
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I used the matching 4x4 posts
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I would set 4x4 posts in concrete or use metal posts.
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how much space between pickets

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On my fence panels, the pickets are 3.5" wide with 3.75" spacing between pickets.
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Is this French Gothic picket fence panel as the one sold in the store? (Seems inexpensive for cedar.)

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by outstanding budget-saving product We chose this fence to replace a dilapidated 6' privacy fence. At the store (Sequim, WA) the very helpful rep suggested using the matching cedar posts and brackets, as opposed to face screwing it to basic 4x4 posts, as I had planned. As other reviewers complained about the surface finish, I belt-sanded them with 80 grit lightly as I unloaded them. They installed easily, and took one quart of oil-based primer (to lock in the cedar) per panel segment. I am perfectly happy with the appearance. It looks like real wood, and has mill marks still visible (some bandsawn, some circular-sawn). For less than $600 and elbow grease, I did a $3k job. Thanks, Depot. March 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the money. Real time saver. Most panels turned out pretty good. Had a few minor imperfect pickets, but overall, they look really good. Easy to stain, which I would highly recommend versus painting. Stain actually is absorbed into the bare wood and weatherproofs it at the same time. Paint just covers the wood, and is prone to cracking, flaking, and fading. Solid stains work great with these panels, especially in our Colorado climate. Hard lessons learned, but happy to pass along the knowledge to help you in your decisions. Good luck!!! October 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good fence but there is a catch. I have used literally 100's of these fence panels over the years. One caveat: the rails are not cedar and will rot out much sooner than the cedar pickets. To prolong the life of the fence DO NOT PAINT THE FENCE. Rather, use a good hi particulate STAIN. The stain will soak into the wood whereas the paint will form a surface seal that eventually cracks between the pine (?) rail and the cedar picket. The pine rail then rots because of trapped water. If you do as I have indicated, you will get many years of service out of the fence (some are still in service after 20 years). If you paint it, you will begin to see the rail rotting in as little as 3 years. July 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks Great!...However.... We love the finished project - panels were easy to work with and install However, we made a really BIG mistake by installing first and then attempting the staining/sealing - real pain to do it that way! Also - we were surprised at how quickly the wood deteriorated and cracked. It was installed for about three weeks before we started painting and the damage is substantial August 6, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Great for level ground The pre-assembled panels are easy to install keeping in mind that it works best if the ground is level. If the ground your fencing has a incline, then it probably best to build your own at site. June 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Cheap & fast fenceing I must say that the home depot has really come through with the right materials for me every time. And compared to the competitors, Home Depot comes out on top in priceing and overall customer service. If your looking to buy fenceing and need the cheapest price and good quality materials, I highly recomend that you use This type of fenceing the work is already done for you. So remember, "You Can Do It, We Can Help" March 4, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy day I put up about 50 feet of this pre-built fencing. I first cemented 1.5" metal polls 10' apart, stained all the fencing to make it maintenance free. Bolted it up to the polls and installed a gate. November 19, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the price! This product appealed to me since it's all put together and ready to go, and really costs about the same as it would to get the lumber and do it myself! I did have to sand it, the wood was very rough, but other than that no complaints! July 17, 2011
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