|Product Height (in.)||48 in||Product Length (ft.)||50 ft|
|Product Thickness (in.)||0.25 in||Product Width (in.)||600 in|
|Color Family||Orange||Fencing Product Type||Construction/Temporary Fencing|
|Material||Composite||Product Weight (lb.)||8.9 lb|
A: The fencing material is thin but not sharp, We always advise handling all fencing and gardening materials with caution and care.
A: you might want to consider a thicker plastic fence option. This one is not bad, but depending on the wind and how much fencing you are putting up and taking down daily, you might see a lot of wear and tear.
A: Hello John, this fencing can be cut with scissors or tin snips for faster cutting. We recommend wearing gloves while cutting the fence to your desired size.
A: 6 foot heavy duty T post
A: You ideally want to use 4 foot t-posts. they are simple to use and can be easily secured with zip-ties.
A: Go with a rope Stringer across the bottom and the top of the fence to hold it tight
A: Thank you for your question. For your temporary border, I would recommend using item 603403, Everbilt Green Plastic Fence. This fence is 40” tall and 25 feet in length. You can use SKU 1001653664, Step-In Fence Post to support the fence. This post is very easy to install and the plastic garden fence will hook onto the tabs of the Step-In Post. I would recommend one Step-In post every 5 to 7 feet of fence. Jennifer Customer Care
A: Why does Jennifer in Customer Care say the fence is 25’ long when it is advertised as being 50’ long?
A: This fencing would be perfect for blocking of your dogs. I used my fencing to keep teenagers away from a tree construction zone. You will want to use the thicker post to secure your fencing!