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

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

  • Low maintenance fence panel - will not need sanding or painting
  • Easy fence installation - panels are pre-built, ready to install
  • Vinyl fence panels can be stepped along the slopes in your yard

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Product Overview

With an exceptional variety of different styles, Veranda's Windham 6 ft. H x 6 ft. W White Vinyl Fence Panel has do-it-yourself friendly styles to professional grade fencing. Supported with a transferable limited lifetime warranty, this vinyl fence offers the perfect combination of high quality and low maintenance you have been looking for, and the lightweight construction makes installation fast and easy. The white finish and ornamental design make it simple to add a touch of elegance to your home projects.

  • Made of durable, low maintenance vinyl
  • White finish adds elegance to your home
  • Unlike wood fences, it does not require sanding nor painting
  • Lightweight design for easy and fast installation
  • Solid vinyl panels eliminate gaps and knot holes common in wooden privacy fences
  • Withstands the impact of rain and moisture better than wood fences
  • 6 ft. H x 6 ft. W with a privacy panel pattern
  • Materials needed - panel kit, posts, post tops, post clips, concrete and pea gravel
  • Seamless look built for various terrains
  • Easy to install for the do-it-yourselfer
  • Post, post tops and brackets are sold separately
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Complete your project:

    privacy bracketed vinyl fence

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this just be screwed to posts without having to use brackets?

I can also insert wood into cross pieces so it has more stability.
Asked by: RNR52
That may NOT be the best way, however, It can be done the way you are speaking of. Over time the panels may crack at screw points and may NOT hold up to high winds.
Answered by: chief57
Date published: 2016-07-12

can full panels be used as a gate?

my customer wants me to make a gate with 2 full panels so he can drive his vehicle thru without taking panels down. where do i find a gate kit to stiffen up the panels to make this happen? i cannot find it on the website, even though it talks about making a "custom gate".
Asked by: hill53
I purchased 2 Windham panels and made a custom gate. At first the gate was great and looked fabulous. Then a wind gust and a few storms, destroyed the panels and latch assembly. The panels are too thin and flimsy to withstand the slightest wind gust. I am in the process of finding thicker, stronger panels to replace my Windham Panels. Good panels for a fence, just not for a gate. My advise, spend the extra money in the beginning!!
Answered by: Cortez
Date published: 2016-09-17

I have a customer that wants to replace a wood fence with vinyl,

The existing fence is 1x6 wood boards nailed to 2x4 rails. I am considering removing the wood boards & screwing the vinyl panels to the existing wood rails. Your thoughts? Thank you.
Asked by: woodman
If that person really wants a VINYL fence steer them away from this CHEAP garbage one like this because for a fence this is the cheapest made one and its NOT really worth the money they are asking for it even though its half the money of another brand name. It has NO security features and even an average size dog could push the inserts to one side and get through because there is NO Tongue & Groove to give its frame any support
Answered by: zxhwk
Date published: 2016-11-28

Cutting the width?

Can you cut down the width of the panel to use? If I come up with a 2' section needed at the end, will this be a problem?
Asked by: AllenBean
It can be cut, its not the easiest but can be done. For the straightest cut I would remove the individual upright panel that needs to be cut, rip it down cleanly with either a rip saw or a table saw, then cut the cross members with a sawzall or chop saw then reassemble. You will leave an empty edge, so plan on hiding it (face away from the street or sidewalk). If possible it is way easier and looks better if you are able to remove full panels and just cut the crossmembers.
Answered by: Black117
Date published: 2017-02-14
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Customer Reviews

Windham 6 ft. H x 6 ft. W White Vinyl Fence Panel is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Read the reviews I really like how this product looks once it's installed. I don't find it to be flimsy, considering it's basically a large piece of plastic. You want something sturdy, build a wooden fence. Installation was easy enough, but that was because I read the reviews that said you have to be really precise; which you do. If you can handle the exact measuring then it's no problem. Also had to cut down a panel and it was a breeze with a table saw.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fence I had no issues installing this fence and it looks great! I set 4X4X10 PT Posts under frost line and the fence has stood up to high winds and stormy weather! I dont reccomend any fence system without using wood post, a vinyl sleeve set in concrete is not sturdy enough. Great fence if you install it the CORRECT way!!!!
Date published: 2016-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fence looks good I put this fence up to replace a wooden one that was shot and the panels look good but the plastic brackets are junk. Had 30mph wind gust the other week and the plastic brackets broke on a couple panels. Had to support the panel with wooden stakes. Don't recommend the plastic brackets,
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not impressed I would not recommend this style of fence. I have had to fix panels about 6 times in the year that i have had it installed. Im working on replacing it with stronger and more reliable panels.
Date published: 2016-11-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from using the panels as doors for a shed For my use, they are perfect... could be more rigid, but really not an issue for a shed that will be opened only occasionally. Look great too!
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Flimsy I purchased and installed two panels to create a privacy screen next to my garage. I would not purchase these again, and certainly would not construct an entire fence with them. The vinyl panels are very flimsy and prone to breakage. Indeed, I sorted through several panels in Home Depot just to find some that were not already broken. I then had to wait 45 minutes as store personnel retrieved unbroken panels from stock. I suspect a dog or child's ball would easily crack a panel. The hangers, which are sold separately, are entirely plastic. I do quite a few projects on my house and property and consider myself more handy than the average homeowner, but I found installation of these panels to be tedious, to say the least. Tolerances for proper fit between posts are extremely close, as are the location of the four hangers you must install for each panel. If you are not capable of measuring in 1/16th of inches, you may have difficulty installing these. Such tight tolerances are something to consider as the panels attach to posts that must be anchored in concrete. Although I was able to hang each panel on the four hangers by myself, it was tricky and ackward. A helper would be a good idea.
Date published: 2016-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Decision we made using this instead of wood We purchased this product in 2004 & had it installed by a handyman. We have loved the look of it & the privacy it gives us, & it still almost looks like new. We had a Tornado go through our area in 2010 & while a lot of fences were down we were very surprised to find ours all in one piece with no damage whatsoever. We power wash it at the beginning of each spring & except for spraying the dirt off it stays pretty good all summer. Unfortunately last week when we had very high winds one of the panels got blown down off the brackets, but no damage to the panel we just need to replace the brackets. Pretty good for 10 years of Winters, Tornado & heavy winds over the last few Summers.
Date published: 2014-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very hard to install Your posts have to be the EXACT distance apart for these to work. If you have too much of a gap they simply will not work. The directions, video, and concept make these seem like a good choice, but go with the aluminum ones and you'll thank me later.
Date published: 2016-04-12
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