Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Deepsouthresident Nice looking, assembly a challenge.
I put two panels up at the end of my driveway whereas the rest of my yard is enclosed w/ wood fence. They do look attractive and I installed them by concreting in pvc pipe to a few inches above ground level and then slip the posts into the pvc. This will allow me to completely remove them should I need vehicle access into the back. Three of the picket bar's holes were not lined up accurately and one of the posts were just enough off to be a pain. Stripped a few screws but it comes w/ extras. Keep your power drill handy. They do serve my purpose to date and are attractive-had them up about 1 month.
November 16, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Captain Easy to Assemble But Flimsey
I bought three of the 60 inch by 72 inch sections. Each comes in a long rectangular box. The were shipped as three boxes taped together. The shipment arrived via UPS with two of horzontal rails bent. I called customer service and they sent one more box via UPS which arrived OK, replacing the two bent rails and then some. The fence sections are easy to assemble and mount, but I think that they are far from child proof. I fear that they are too flimsey to withstand being climed on by children without bending and thus becoming unsightly. The light gauge aluminum plus the design that allows them to be used on slopes of different angles makes them very weak. We don't have children so hopefully they will be OK for us.
June 19, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bellanca Lightweight Fence
Excellent value...requires assembly, the fence pickets start as sticks in a box. It's very labor intensive that way. But the nice thing is that whole fence panel can be articulated so that it follows a sloped grade. (the pickets remain vertical while the horizon pieces are sloped) This was an important factor in my application / installation. I am very happy with the final result. Keep in mind that it is very lightweight. Also HD sells hardware that allows you to attach the end of a panel directly to a fence or wall etc. and it articulates to allow angles. Take your time putting the order together as attention to detail will help minimize mistakes. There are end posts, corner posts and line posts. You will need two end posts for a gate...etc.
April 9, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LoriTC Not assembled
They really should state that the fence sections are not assembled and you have to put them together. If you were putting up a lot of fence it would take you a lot of time. We bought one piece to add to our existing fence which we bought assembled off the internet for almost half the price of this one but with shipping on one piece it was cheaper to buy it here. We were also missing screws because the box was damaged and UPS just left it on the porch.
September 8, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by hcaadoc Good looking fence
I used them to enclose outdoor airconditioner units/heat pump. They were very easy to assemble. The most difficult part was to place end posts about 2 feet under ground. Once it was done they look great and I plan to plant wisteria on it , which would work as a great support for any crawling/climbing vines .
May 15, 2010