|Grid opening size (in.)||1.75||Product Height (in.)||24 in|
|Product Width (in.)||96 in|
|Color Family||Wood||Features||Paintable, Untreated|
|Lattice Framing||Framed||Lattice Opening Shape||Diamond|
|Material||Wood||Product Weight (lb.)||20 lb|
A: The math would work here, but i wouldn't recommend it!
A: Yes! I stacked lattice fences many times. Lay the fences on a flat surface, like a garage floor or driveway. Lay them together one next to the other (top and bottom). Then cut two pieces of 1/2" x 1" furring strips into two 3-foot pieces. Add Gorilla glue to one surface of the furring strip and position the glued side against the edge of the fence. Use a nail gun to tack the furring strips firmly in place. Let the glue thoroughly dry before moving the fence. Do the same for the other side of the fence. The two pieces of fence will be held firmly in place.
A: I did that in one area on top of a fence. I think it looks fine and it’s supported by posts so it is sturdy