Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 12
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Kat Pressure Treated Pine Picket Fence Buyer beware
Very poorly made piece of fence. The pickets are splintery and some are spilt, have knots that have fallen out leaving a hole and one even looks rotted and needs to be replaced. Choose the panels you buy carefully as there are many possible defects. Mine were delivered so I didn't get a chance to inspect them before buying. They are inexpensive for a reason.
Also after reading more on the product I see that it is treated with very intense chemicals.
March 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Roofy Solid Product
Good, solid product. Was used to make gates. I just cut the panel in half, added a support bar to each, along with hinges and latches and had two very affordable, sturdy gates. Only con was that the actual panel only had 13 vertical slats spaced apart across the 8 ft. , while the picture implies it has an even 14 slats.
September 17, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JKEM easy to install
These panels are easy to install with another person. really the hardest thing is drilling the holes and the setting the posts. once that is done - as long as you measured correctly these panels go up in a jiffy! pre-drill all holes though or the wood will crack! I used Behr premium stain after to get that white picket fence!
August 12, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by twiggsnfla yard looks great love it
Had to add extra screw two on each boarding top and bottom make sure it was attached real well used 1-5×8 coaded screws. Love the fence also we put the post 2foot down in ground with concrete. Pound pound down level the post each time love the gothic. Fence.it only gets a 3Star because we had to screw extra srcews in EACH BOARD.4 SCREWS ON EACH BOSRD 100.00 EXTERA MONEY &LABOR. SOME OF THE NAILS MISSED THE BOARD AT THE FACTORY!
April 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RagnarB Pretty good with some cleanup
I purchased this same fencing 13 years ago, but with the brutal winters I have, I needed to replace it. My posts were still in good order, so I just bought the panels. I had them delivered by the store, a great deal. Like when you pick lumber, I suggest you pick out your panels before having them delivered. They are pretty rustic. They need some prep before putting up, whether you leave natural, or paint. You need to take the time to sand off the rough edges, particularly the top design. After that, it looks good. This fencing is a good value. Similar can cost much more.
May 3, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by rstarr34 Great price and easy to work with
We just recently purchased our new home and this fence was in our back yard. It is great for keeping our little dog inside the fenced in area as the pickets are close enough so he can't get out. I had to replace 3 sections, with broken pickets, as the previous owner installed the fence 17 years ago and did not upkeep the fence. The replacements I purchased went right up with no modifications to the original fence sections. A good coat of paint and everything looks like new again. Very glad Home Depot still had this fence as it does match my old existing fence. Quick, easy, and low cost installation makes this a good bargain for someone wanting to install a fence at minimal cost. It also ensures a 7 pound dog does wander around the neighborhood.
July 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Alib Good for the price
You get what you pay for. These are good fence panels but don't expect the highest quality. Install is what it is. You'll need 4x4's and screws. I like these panels because, simply, they're already put together and makes install faster. The only downer is that the pickets are not super secure. I just add more nails to the pickets that come loose. I recommend doing this sooner than later as they tend to crack or break off if not secured tightly. I was looking for an easy install and a temporary fix. I got what I bought:)
July 25, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JRMc Barely adequate
The fence had a split in one of the rails. But it was the best piece available at that store that night.
Also not all rails were fastened with two nails. Some nails missed the rail by a eight of an inch. We had to removed those hazardous nails and reattach the rail to the stile before we could work with the fence section.
These problems can be overcome by a skilled buyer, but novice beware.
December 17, 2013