Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 14
Rated 5 out of 5Â by potatoe53 Did exactly what I wanted it to do.
For the price, these easy to use and assemble fencing units are the best around. Delivery was prompt. I simply laid the units out on a flat area near where I wanted to install them, and assembled them as instructed in the enclosed printed pamphlet. The fencing effectively screens a huge, ugly green electrical transformer box installed many years ago right in the middle of a flower bed. Due to electric company requirements, no plants could be placed within three feet of the box. The fencing units not only screen the box from public view, but can be pulled out of the way in an emergency to gain access to the electric box by simply sliding the fencing units off the metal stakes that are in the ground. The fencing rinses clean with a simple spray of the hose and can be done daily when watering flower plants. These units are installed in a public area on a rodeo grounds in Oregon State. I highly recommend this product.
July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DIYgentleman Perfect fencing solution!
We required a decorative fence which would also keep our pets from escaping into our garden. The Resin Garden Fence was the perfect solution! The previous metal fence not only rusted but was dangerous since the dogs could crawl under and possibly be harmed by the rusted decaying metal fence. This fence solved all our problems!
July 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jodeanne Pictures of Fence
For Those who wanted to see the inside of the fence.
March 31, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Boots a good product for the money, don't let the instructions limit you!
The fencing was delivered very promptly and in good condition.
When we first unpacked a box I was instantly disappointed by the fact that it is one sided! Like a stage set. It doesn't look good from behind!
When we started to assemble according to the directions, I thought we were going to be out of luck for what we wanted to do with it, which was to keep our two small dogs from escaping the yard and/or getting stuck in mangroves beside the canal. So it involved long lengths of fencing.
The instructions tell you to assemble all the sections connected together flat on the ground, to raise them all up simultaneously with the stakes precariously in place, and then hammer in the stakes (which are almost inaccessible by hammer) one by one till they are all in the ground. Just about impossible unless you are only using 2 sections per side or you have many helpers. Our plans involved long strings of MANY sections.
So here's how you do it: first stretch a line or hose or something to keep you straight, (tho curves and corners are possible too), then hammer your first two stakes into the ground 28 inches apart. Slide your fence section onto the two stakes. 7 inches from the last stake, hammer in another, and another 28 inches from that. Slide on another fence section and connect the two sections together, sometimes they pop together very easily, sometimes they need a tad of persuasion with a hammer on one side and a board behind. Carry on in this way for as long a run of sections as you like. You can take corners too, outside corners pop together easily, inside corners require a tiny bit of surgery to the joint pieces.
We have also made gates out of two sections sandwiched with wood pieces between, screwed together. you have to be handy and resourceful, but there's lots you can do with these pieces.
December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Chickenmom Very please with this fencing, economical, shipped quickly
I have city chickens & needed fencing. Was going to have about 200 feet of fence installed, a fairly expensive undertaking. I saw this online & bought 12 sections, about 36 feet. This is sturdy, assembles quickly & easily (ignoring the blood blister) and is very attractive. I have cancelled my plans to fence in my entire yard, saving me probably close to $4000. I will probably buy a few more units, at the price they are a good investment, they will store easily when not in use & will completely fulfill my fencing needs. It works well for my chickens, my husband approves and I am thrilled. The only one who isn't happy with it is my fencing contractor.
June 24, 2013