Yes. All you have to is ask. And make a time when they can cone out.
Call and see.
Hello Elcallao1, This seems like a nice fence. To determine the number of panels needed, you will need to know in advance how many gates you intended to have. We would recommend a minimum of 2, but 3 always gives you more options for entering/exiting the area, without excess walking to reach a gate that might not be located near the direction that you are going. That being said, there is no matching gate that Home Depot has for this fence panel. You can contact your preferred Home Depot store or go in person to inquire about a special order. While we do not necessarily encourage cutting a fence panel, you will see in the question and answer section of this product's page, that people certainly do adapt panels to make matching gates. That decision is for you. Once you've decided on gates, you can begin the calculations. Panels - To calculate the number of fence panels needed, divide the lineal feet by the panel width (8ft.) As we do not know the gates right now, let's just forget about the gates, and divide the 4,769 linear feet that you need to enclose by 8 ft. This is 59.875 panels, or 60. Posts - Add 1 post per panel plus 1 to end a fence run and 1 for each gate. Again, we do not know how many gates you'll need, but you will need 60 posts for the panels, 1 to end the run, then add in 1 post for each gate, once it's been determined. Adjust the number of panels once you know the gate width, by subtracting the gate widths from the linear footage, then divide by 8. Don't forget your post caps, if you want to give the fence a finished look; that is 1 per post. Lastly, we recommend Internet #204126805, Model #162524, 4 in. x 4 in. x 9 ft. Pressure-Treated Cedar-Tone Moulded Fence Post. There are online fence calculators, if you would prefer a bit more help, that can be found with a keyword search, such as Outdoor Essentials Fence Calculator. Hope this helps you with the project.
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Depending if u paint it. Or get treated wood.
Depends on the interior measurements of the van
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Best to ask home Depot for the fence . I would get a the 10gallon