Model # 153149

Internet #203464524

Veranda 6 ft. H x 6 ft. W White Vinyl Fence Panel


6 ft. H x 6 ft. W White Vinyl Fence Panel

  • Panel style provides security and privacy for your yard
  • Panel snaps together in minutes with no glue or fasteners
  • Made of durable, low maintenance vinyl-no need to paint or stain
$58.93 /box

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Product Overview

Discover the many benefits of Veranda vinyl fencing. From innovative design to durable construction to a neighbor-friendly appearance, Veranda is the perfect solution for a fence project. Made of low-maintenance vinyl, Veranda fencing is built to last for years of enjoyment.

  • Glue and fastener free construction
  • Neighbor-friendly design
  • Minimal upkeep - no painting or staining required
  • Lifetime limited warranty
  • 2-sets of brackets required (model # 131171)
  • Panel ships unassembled as an kit
  • Learn how to install:

    How to Install
    Vinyl Fence:

    A DIY Video Guide

    How to Measure and Lay Out Fence Posts
    How to Dig Holes for Vinyl Fence Posts
    How to Install a Vinyl Privacy Fence


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Customer Questions & Answers

I need to cover 16'. Can I clip them together continuous without using any posts?

Can I keep clipping them together past 6'
Asked by: CC
I wouldn't advise trying to cover that area without posts between the 6' sections which they were designed. I will say that I don't think it would be impossible to modify the panels to a longer length by staggering the horizontal pieces that click into the vertical "boards". If it makes sense, you could use one horizontal piece but on the other side make the ends connect where it only goes half the length of the opposite side. I dont know how sturdy this would be but I just wanted to note that it may be possible.
Answered by: CLove
Date published: 2016-09-27

Are there any posts included per section.

Asked by: Quint
Posts are sold separately.
Answered by: Veranda
Date published: 2016-09-26


Asked by: johnjo
Just to expand on Gorgio's answer - when using a circular saw, a (ripping) blade can be flipped for cutting the panels. This way the teeth are reversed and will not tear chunks out of the vinyl. A smaller tooth blade can also be used, but I would suggest that any circular saw blade be reversed.
Answered by: Puppaterry
Date published: 2016-09-27

Can I not use a lightweight hinge and latch on the cross member to open and close? There is a plastic post already here

Asked by: Betsy
I would not recommend that.
Answered by: lefty
Date published: 2017-03-21
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Customer Reviews

6 ft. H x 6 ft. W White Vinyl Fence Panel is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It seemed flimsy. I glued the heck out of it hoping it would survive the first big wind. It seemed flimsy. I glued the heck out of it hoping it would survive the first big wind.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great alternative to wood fencing The appearance of wood fencing degrades in just a few years and I was considering lower maintenance alternatives when the cost of this panel was reduced temporarily. I was hesitant to purchase it because some reviews questioned the structural integrity of the panels, but I had already installed extra fence posts when I thought I'd be building with another material and I knew the extra posts would keep it rigid. But when the pickets and rails are installed correctly, the panels are very strong. I don't understand how the reviewer had an issue with wind blowing it apart. Since I had my posts already installed, I had to improvise the installation slightly. That is, I screwed the panels directly into 2 x 4 rails that I had attached to the posts instead of using the brackets. This method worked out well and I covered the screws by removing the rails from one side, attaching the panel to the rail and re-installing the rails over the screws. My daughter helped me assemble the panels and it was a great project for us to do together. We finished about 60 feet of fencing in a couple of hours. She got a good sense of accomplishment. Of course, I haven't mentioned how many more hours I spent digging post holes, attaching the rails and everything that was complete before the panels went up.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not assembled It would have been really nice to know that these were not fully assembled on delivery!
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible product, does not hold up against wind As many of the other reviews state, if you have any wind, these plastic brackets crack and break and the panels won't stay up without the brackets. We installed four posts and three panels, and two panels have broken, four brackets have broken, and this is only in the course of 6 months! Some brackets held on but the panel itself broke where the bracket slides in. The installation was a nightmare because of the way the panels slide down between posts and are not attached in any way except the brackets which slide into the horizontal "boards" (before sliding down onto the other half of the bracket part that goes on the fence ) but are only 2" long which is not much length to hold the entire panel in when the wind blows the panels flex and pop off. Also,due to the flush mount hanging style vs screwing in from front or back like a traditional wood fence, there is not a millimeter room for error which is easier said than done when you're talking about digging holes and installing posts perfectly plumb. I am working on a refund from Home Depot and/or the manufacturer. Poor design, and there is no way to solve it short of severely customizing the panels to make them longer so they screw in from the fronts or backs, now that our posts are already installed at a distance to hold them flush mount. Don't waste your time with this fence.
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Looks Great - Don't buy for security Not the same quality of fence that the store used to carry. Extended the back yard fence - Fence install was pretty easy and looks great. Not a secure fence though, very easy for my dog to push through the slats and create his own flap doggie door.. Fence pops right back, so still looks good - but would never purchase this again.
Date published: 2016-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks perfect, but Delicate! I had bought this exact panel years ago at the HD Store but it was a fully assembled panel ready for installation. This item, once assembled by me, looks IDENTICAL to the original, so if you are needing to replace a panel etc, it is an exact match! HOWEVER! The original product was glued together / pressed / heat bonded and very sturdy even though it was light weight. This item is held together by popping it together, making it much less sturdy. If it is never touched, that is fine. If ran into or stressed in any way, it will reveal it's delicate nature, and possibly break. Not the best example but, if you were to really want to, you could literally bust right through this panel and keep on running. Bottom line, it is identical to the original product (no longer avail at HD store), but not near the sturdiness.
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do Not Recommend Although this product may work for some, we have not been satisfied. Due to the appearance of the product and recommendations from a Home Depot associate, we purchased over $5,000 worth of this product to fence in our backyard for privacy and for our large dog. We had it installed by an independent contractor. Within one month, a couple of the panels fell down during a relatively light wind. We could hear the panels "creaking". We are in an open area and started to question the durability of this product. During the next weather event, more panels fell down and one broke. We called Home Depot and were advised that we had one year to return the product. We decided that since it was now fall and it was such a big job, we would wait it out and see if we changed our minds. Not only did it get worse, but our dog realized he could push through the "weak" gate and get out. We called Home Depot and were told not only did we receive incorrect information as far as the return period. We talked to a manager and he said he would talk to the store manager to see if they could "work" with us and he would call me back. We waited a week and did not receive a call back. Called back and talked to the same manager and he said he lost our phone number but they could "unfortunately" not do anything for us. We have contacted the vendor.
Date published: 2016-04-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value My first attempt at installing vinyl fence. Each panel needs assembling so beware if your knees are bad! Wasn't difficult, just tough on the knees.
Date published: 2016-03-26
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