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2 in. x 3 in. x 8 ft. Black Stained Pine Fence Panel Backer Rail (3-Pack)

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  • Use to build a new fence or repair an existing one
  • Stained black to complement 2x6 black framed fence panels
  • Use on 6 ft. or 8ft. fence panels
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About This Product

Use Outdoor Essentials versatile 2 ft. x 3 ft. to 8 ft. Black Stained Backer Rails for new fence builds or fence repairs. Or, add a unique accent to an existing wood fence. These backer rails are stained black to complement our Outdoor Essentials 2 ft. x 6 ft. framed wood fence panels. The black color also offers an attractive contrast to traditional wood fence color tones.

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Product Information

Internet # 307425558

Model # 323082

Store SKU # 1003837743

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)

96 in

Product Thickness (in.)

1.5 in

Product Width (in.)

2.5 in

Details

Color Family

Black

Color/Finish

Black

Contact Type Allowed

Above Ground

Features

Paintable

Material

Pine

Product Weight (lb.)

20 lb

Recommended Fastener

Screws

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

n/a

Questions & Answers

5Questions
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Q:How do you secure this to a cement wall like in the product images?
by|Mar 12, 2021
1 Answer
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A:  Hello CementWall, Although the backer rails are not visible in the image that you are referring to, they probably were used in a vertical fashion, functioning like fence posts, but without being sunk into the ground. You will need to drill into the wall to install the backer rails. This is not too hard of a project, provided that you have some tools, the most important being a hammer drill and drill bit to take on concrete. You'll also need a measuring tape, a carpenter's pencil, some masking or duct tape, a clamp, a bit for drilling-in the screws, screws that are approved for use with concrete, a level, and a timber or other bit of wood to use as a jig. Ask a Home Depot PRO for a suggested fastener to use with concrete. Examine the wall where you will be placing the first "post". Holding your post up to it, draw a short line alongside the post. You will use the line later as a guide for exactly where your post will be positioned. Determine that the spots where you will be drilling are not at joints (weak areas), then mark your wall accordingly. Wrap your drill bit with the tape at the depth you will not exceed for the wall. Drill your holes. Attach the timber to the top of your "post" with the clamp. The timber will sit on the top of the wall with the "post" hanging down below, aligned with the previously-drawn pencil line/drilled holes. Get a helper to hold the "post" once you start attaching the top screw into the concrete; the "post" will begin to pivot when the bit makes contact with it. Remove the clamp after the first screw has been inserted. Check that it is leveled-up. Adjust if necessary, then move to the lowest screw hole and insert another screw. Move up from there until you've got the "post" securely attached. Hope this explanation was clear and is a help to your on your project. If not, though, we know that there are videos online of exactly what you are asking.

by|Oct 28, 2023
    caret
    Q:What is the silver looking piece in the middle that the boards are attached to, the piece that makes it private?
    by|Feb 2, 2021
    1 Answer
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    A:  Hi Sis, The silver-looking piece in the middle of the boards is a fence that Home Depot used to sell but now does not. We apologize for this. The panel backer rail in a 3-pack does not contain anything but the 3 fence backer rails.

    by|Dec 7, 2021
      caret
      Q:Are these weather treated or would they be probed to rotting and need of restaining?
      by|May 23, 2020
      1 Answer
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      A:  The treating is terrible, this will probably rot out quickly

      by|May 30, 2020
        caret
        Q:How are they connected to each other.
        by|Apr 27, 2020
        1 Answer
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        A:  Same person

        by|Oct 15, 2021
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          The problem I experienced is the wood was extremely dry...
          The problem I experienced is the wood was extremely dry and fasteners split the wood while installing.
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          Response from UFPI RepresentativeJul 23, 2020
          We’re sorry to hear your expectations were not met. A representative will be in contact with you via email to discuss your issue. Thank you.
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          Some of the birds we split and they were unevenly...
          Some of the birds we split and they were unevenly cut. Good thing I ordered extra.
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          Response from UFPI RepresentativeJun 17, 2020
          We’re sorry to hear your expectations were not met. A representative will be in contact with you via email to discuss your issue. Thank you.
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          Making it easy to install in fixing my fence...
          Making it easy to install in fixing my fence
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          Complete junk, wood looked like a beaver chewed on it and the stain quality control is terrible.....
          Complete junk, wood looked like a beaver chewed on it and the stain quality control is terrible...not happy with this product and returned.
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