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Veranda

Model FNS PKT D H 69 WC

Internet #203352900

7/16 in. x 4-5/8 in. x 69 in. Heartwood Composite Dog-Ear Fence Picket

$5.25 /each
  • Privacy, strength and durability
  • Look and feel of natural wood that never needs paint or stain
  • Resistant to splitting, decay and insect infestation

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Veranda 7/16 in. x 4-5/8 in. x 69 in. composite pickets are used in conjunction with composite cross rails and posts in an attractive low maintenance fence system that will provide long lasting beauty to any yard. These pickets have a milled dog-ear top and can be used to build any 1 of 3 styles: Board on board privacy, good neighbor shadowbox or traditional one-sided dog-ear. Use these pickets with color matching 67-1/2 in. Veranda composite cross rails and 96 in. all-purpose posts.

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  • Look and feel of real wood
  • Color families are multi-chromatic like real wood
  • Low maintenance, never needs paint or stain
  • Install using Veranda composite posts to match
  • Matching heartwood rail brackets for side-mounting rails to posts available
  • Gate system available
  • Contains up to 74% recycled material
  • Primarily from recycled wood flour and high density poly-ethylene plastic (HDPE)
  • Limited warranty
  • Exclusions or substitutions of any fence component could potentially void the warranty as well as failure to install the material per manufacturer’s instructions



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7/16 in. x 4-5/8 in. x 69 in. Heartwood Composite Dog-Ear Fence Picket
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Can these be sawed and drilled?

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December 6, 2014
I would like to use these to replace the wood in a metal gate, but they would have to be cut to size and drilled for mounting screws.
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Yes. Easily sawed and drilled using common woodworking equipment.
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December 10, 2014
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Thank you for your question. Yes, the material can be cut using standard woodworking tools, and a 32 tooth circular saw blade will provide a clean cut. Pre-drill your screw holes 3 times the size of the shank of the screw, or slightly smaller than the screw head for the middle and lower rails to allow for thermal expansion and contraction of the material with heat and cold.
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I have to replace a small section of fence. Can I attach the composite pickets to my pressure treated 2x4 rails? If so would I still use a nail gun?

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If attaching to pressure treated 2x4s, make sure to use stainless steel nails since the chemicals used to treat lumber is corrosive.
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August 28, 2014
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Yes, you can. However, please see the attached key points. In addition, our installation instructions specify that staples need to be used for fasteners, not nails. The staple gun should be set at 100 to 102 psi. The required staple size is 1 ½ inch leg length, ¼ inch crown size. The staple leg length is the most important. They can be 18 or 16 gauge, stainless or galvanized.
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I see some reviews that say many boards come warped. Is this a big issue I should worry about?

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None of mine came warped.
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July 13, 2016
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Thank you for your question. We take every step possible to ensure pickets do not arrive warped but if the units become heated during shipping to the store, the banding can create a slight wave to the material. If this occurs, the pickets can be stapled to the top rails only and allowed to "hang" to straighten back out in the sun. They can then be attached to the two lower rails after a day.
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Can this be installed on wrought iron posts and horizontal bars?

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I already have wrought iron posts with 2 horizontal bars that wood pickets are currently installed on. I would like to replace the wood pickets with these composite pickets. Is this recommended or should I stick with the wood pickets?
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If a third rail were added, would you recommend using the composite pickets?
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June 8, 2016
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Thank you for your question. We would recommend using the wood pickets with this application because it only has two rails. The composite pickets are flexible and must be supported to prevent bowing. Two rails are not enough support to hold the material secure.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent material for custom projects I needed to build a cover over a space used to store a hose in my garden. I wanted something good looking and durable. This material was perfect. It is easily cut and shaped as I needed. It looks great and will probably last forever. (Click the photo to see full view) July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful fence My boards came perfect, I live in an HOA townhome community, I have the most beautiful fence here !! It's really stunning to look at, very happy. July 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Quality Easy installation & should provide a lifetime of service !! July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good fences make good neighbors. The negatives: Very heavy weight material meant gates required extra hardware to support weight. Pickets were not straight, almost every one was bowed along the sides which meant a large amount of force was needed to straighten it and alignment was not as intuitive as it could have been. The positives: The fence looks amazingly like wood and should never require maintenance. The fence is strong, a wind storm hit right after the fence was installed with 100mph gusts and the fence was unaffected. All in all, over 100ft of this fence was installed and it turned out great. I would recommend this product to anyone who is planning on owning their fence for a long time and doesn't like to spray stain. January 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor purchase The material was inferior. It was twisted and warp. I would send it back but have it already installed. I am afraid that when the sun hits it will become even worst. I believe that the material is too thin (less than 1/2 inch) for fencing. May 29, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by My fence Product was delivered in a timely manner. Deliver was free to my home. Product was easy to install and overall looks good. Only complaint is that a lot of the boards are not straight. This is a manufactured product so I don't understand why some are bowed one way or another. Makes the install a little more difficult. You have to plan on leaving a gap between the boards. June 24, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Glad I could still get this composite fencing This was basically the same composite fencing I bought several years ago. But it seems to have less of a coating now, looks dryer. Seems like it might not wear as well as the original composite fencing. Otherwise, all good. August 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Alternative to Wood in Hot and Humid Climates The boards are a tad flimsy (won't support their own weight when held horizontally). Otherwise, I've had these for four years and they are holding up well, save two breaking off at the top screw (out of a 300' fence on chain wall). I used schedule 40 galvanized pipe posts rather than 4" X 4" wood. They do not recommend anything other that wood posts. Don't hold up in South Louisiana. June 2, 2015
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