Internet #203733689

Model #158083

Store SKU #897671

6 ft. H x 8 ft. W Pressure-Treated Pine Dog-Ear Fence Panel

  • Pressure-treated to resist termites and fungal decay
  • Panel comes pre-assembled for easy, DIY installation
  • Dog ear panel provides privacy and adds beauty to your home
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Product Overview

This heavy-duty, pine fence panel features a classic dog ear design. The pre-built panel installs hassle-free. Made from pressure-treated lumber, this panel is protected against termites, fungal decay and rot. For any outdoor projects where lumber will be exposed to the elements, pressure-treated wood is a smart investment. This wood fence panel may also be painted or stained to suit your personal preferences. Please note that posts are not included with this panel.
  • California residents
  • Limited lifetime warranty against rot and termites
  • 6 ft. x 8 ft. (1 in. x 6 in. pickets)
  • Treated with MCA (Micronized copper azole)
  • Compatible with aluminum and carbon steel (Black iron) fasteners
  • Pre-assembled panel for easy installation
  • Please note that posts are not included with this panel
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Find everything you need to complete your fencing project here






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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual backer rail length (in.)
96
Actual backer rail thickness (in.)
1.5
Actual backer rail width (in.)
2.5
Actual panel height (in.)
72
Actual panel thickness (in.)
2.25
Actual panel width (in.)
96
Nominal backer rail length (in.)
96
Nominal backer rail thickness (in.)
2
Nominal backer rail width (in.)
3
Nominal panel height (ft.)
6
Nominal panel width (ft.)
8

Details

Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft. )
.04
Color Family
Wood
Color/Finish
Wood
Contact Type Allowed
Above Ground
Features
Paintable,Pressure Treated,Stainable
Fencing Product Type
Wood Fence Panels
Includes
No Additional Items Included
Material
Wood
Nominal panel thickness (in.)
2.25
Number of pickets for panels
17
Number of rails for panels
3
Panel Assembly
Assembled Panel
Panel Pattern
Privacy
Pressure treatment chemical
MCA - Micronized Copper Azole
Product Weight (lb.)
130
Recommended Fastener
Nails
Structure Type
Ornamental
Top Shape
Flat
Top Style
Dog-Eared

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Questions & Answers

211Questions16Answers

do the fence have to be treated every year or stained?

Asked by renae October 21, 2020
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No you won’t have to maintain the fence that often. Every five or six years I use a good stain sprayer and a good quality stain.

how do i order this section of fence

Asked by al October 18, 2020
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Hi Al. The majority of the folks that provide answers on these forums are not employed with Home Depot. Please give your store a call. Your question is advertised nationwide involving H.D. having over 2200 stores. Your location is not disclosed to us and services vary from city to city. This forum involves folks with experience to answer questions about installing the product they’ve purchased Buying, ordering and scheduling deliveries are not within the scope of this forum to help you. :-)

Is this in stock at the store also is there delivery available or just pick up only at the store.

Asked by Ang October 15, 2020
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Hi. The majority of the folks that provide answers on these forums are not employed with Home Depot. Please give your store a call. Your question is advertised nationwide involving H.D. having over 2200 stores. Your location is not disclosed to us and services vary from city to city. This forum involves folks with experience to answer questions about installing the product they’ve purchased. :-)

I have 205ft. of fencing protect to do. how many panels and posts do I need?

Asked by ronacosta October 14, 2020
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You'll need 26 panels -- 29 posts and 30-40 lb. bags of Quickrete Two boxes of 3 in. decking screws. Try to get T-15 or square head screws in case a fence has to be removed/replaced in the future. Phillip head screws tend to strip over time when fencing maintenance is necessary. Be sure your posts are high enough to insure all fencing panels will be at least 2 inches from ground level. Home Depot rents 8" power augers. You'll need one with 29 holes awaiting you. Posts have to be set at least 2 feet below ground level. And finally, when setting the posts in concrete, set the 4 x 4's -96 inches apart to the center of each post. That will be 1 3/4 inches on center-on each post to assure each panel can be attached side by side on each post. Each panel should be fastened with at least 6 screws per panel on each end. Wait 24 hour hours for a complete set of the concrete. Another option is using metal fence brackets which holds the panels in place on the posts. If going this method, consult a H.D. associate since the post spacing and screws will be different from the standard method I've mentioned. Here is the other method is using steel fasteners. This video can get you going. Although the model may be different, the principle is the same. Just high-lite and right click on the url. https://youtu.be/fIIuhlcqSE0

I need 8 pcs 6 × 8 eardog pine wood fence

Asked by Mike October 12, 2020
1
Answer

Hi. The majority of the folks that provide answers on these forums are not employed with Home Depot. Please give your store a call. Your question is advertised nationwide involving H.D. having over 2200 stores. Your location is not disclosed to us and services vary from city to city. This forum involves folks with experience to answer questions about installing the product they’ve purchased. :-)

So there are 17 boards in one panel and 3 2x4s?

Asked by fency October 7, 2020
1
Answer

No on the support backers. They are 2 x 3's. Yes on the pickets for 17.

How do I install it? How much for 14

Asked by Debbi October 5, 2020
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I'm assuming you're talking 14 feet. If it's 14 panels-not specified, please rephrase.

How many panels for 270 ft?

Asked by Kilanna September 29, 2020
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You'll need 34 panels or 35 if installing a gate; at least 37 posts if installing a gate. If so, don't forget the handle and hinge combo pack. :-) 37-40 lb. bags of Quickrete At least 2-5 lb. boxes of 3 in. decking screws. Try to get T-15 or square head screws in case a fence has to be removed/replaced in the future. Phillip head screws tend to strip over time when fencing maintenance is necessary. Kilanna, since you have many posts that must be dug at least 2 feet to 30 inches deep-consider using a power auger/8 inch post hole digger. Many Home Depots rent them for a full or half day. Be sure your posts are high enough to insure all fencing panels will be at least 2 inches from ground level. And finally, when setting the posts in concrete, set the 4 x 4's -96 inches apart to the center of each post. That will be 1 3/4 inches on center-on each post to assure each panel can be attached side by side on each post. Each panel should be fastened with at least 6 screws per panel on each end. Wait 24 hour hours for a complete set of the concrete. Another option is using metal fence brackets which holds the panels in place on the posts. If going this method, consult a H.D. associate since the post spacing and screws will be different from the standard method I've mentioned. Here is the other method is using steel fasteners. This video can get you going. Although the model may be different, the principle is the same. Just high-lite and right click on the url. https://youtu.be/fIIuhlcqSE0

I have a 100' How many fence panels and post do I need

Asked by vic September 28, 2020
3
Answers

13 panels 104’ total the last one will need cut.

Do these include end posts?

Asked by CB September 27, 2020
3
Answers

No, You have to buy them separately

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It's a beautiful fence, the more the sun hits it the darker and more beautiful it turns out. Litt...
It's a beautiful fence, the more the sun hits it the darker and more beautiful it turns out. Little fingers can't go between the slats so it's a safe fence. The price for safety beauty and long lasting, equals priceless and a piece of mind.
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I would not recommend this product. There was partial thickness in tops and bottoms of pickets in the panels. There were large knot holes and uneven gaps between pickets. I would not recommend this product unless hand-picked. I ultimately canceled the whole order.
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good deal, and very happy
The quality was good, the panels i got where in good shape and i was able to put up a very nice fence for under $1000!
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Easy to install
The panels are decent quality. They are easy to install on you have your posts in. Some variation in the panels and they were wet upon arrival so as they dried in the heat, there is approx 1/4-1/2" space between the planks which still provides sufficient privacy. I would by these panels again.
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Purchases these panels at the store. They are very VERY wet and heavy. Left them standing up for ...
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Purchases these panels at the store. They are very VERY wet and heavy. Left them standing up for a few days and as they dried up they started to warp a bit. nothing extreme but its noticeable. They also are not uniformed in length. some are 97" some were 95" and some were 96" so cuts had to be made to get them on center with posts. That being said its still a nice product when they are dried and stained.
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The product is well building and this is strong for fencing around the yard, I like how look in m...
The product is well building and this is strong for fencing around the yard, I like how look in my yard.
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Quality of wood slats on fence panels was poor at best. Many slats have cut back edges n small bu...
Quality of wood slats on fence panels was poor at best. Many slats have cut back edges n small but noticeable recesses or voids ,along top of slats that are trimmed to be "dog eared" are rough cut n should been finished better! It's an ok fence!
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Good quality good price and prompt delivery. I would recommend this to anyone
Good quality good price and prompt delivery. I would recommend this to anyone
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The quality of this product is poor to say the least . I have 275 feet of fence that i have to lo...
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The quality of this product is poor to say the least . I have 275 feet of fence that i have to look at for the next 20 plus years that I can honestly say not one single panel doesn't have something wrong with it , bark still on the boards
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These fence sections are heavy. But that's a good thing. The dog eared tops look great! Because i...
These fence sections are heavy. But that's a good thing. The dog eared tops look great! Because it's pressure treated, it should last longer then the cedar fence sections it replaced. Time will tell. I also slipped PVC 4 inch fence posts over the 3.5 x 3.5 pressure treated post and sprayed them beige.
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