Mark, We suggest that you contact your preferred/nearest Home Depot location and inquire about Model # 245321. If that location does not have it in stock and cannot give you an estimated restock date, ask about having the product transferred to your preferred Home Depot store.
No, it's not. Cedar is rot resistant. I used clear Thompson Water seal, 2 coats and my fence still looks brand new. After 4 months of western Oregon rain and shine.
Double check. None of the stores in my area stock this. It has to be ordered online.
It comes complete. Rails,pickets and nails. I assembled mine in u derc30 minutes.
Not available for in store purchase, at least not in my area of Oregon
Please contact your local PRO associate to see which stores this item is stocked in.
Follow this example to determine the cost for installing this product if you are doing yourself. This example is for a 24 x 24 x 24 x 24 square fence for a back yard with a gate. This estimate does not include tax and is the ballpark average. 1. Fencing will be 87.00 x 12 panels = 1165.00 2. 4x4x8 posts will be 9.00 x 8 posts = 72.00 3. 4 x 4 x 8 posts for gate is 2 x 9.00 = 18.00 4. Concrete cement 60 or 80 lb. avg. = 30.00 for 10 bags. 5. Gate hardware is approx, 10-25.00 each 6. Screws/washers etc 30.00 7. Delivery charge 60.00 8. Power auger rental for 1/2 day 50.00 So at 96 feet of fencing, figure on $14.00 per lineal foot-not including items 6 and 7. If you're going with a qualified fence contractor, figure on an average of 30-35.00 per linear foot. Good choice and good luck!
26 pickets, they are 3.5 inches wide 7 pickets would be good for the extra 2 feet
Construction industry standard measurements for all lumber will be the same but never exact. A- 2 x 4 will always be 1 1/2 x 3 1/2. Another example is a 4 x 4 which is 3 1/2 x 3 1/2; so the pickets will be stated as 4 with actual width of 3.5 or 3 1/2...the industry standard. :-)
Kathy, the actual width of the pickets are 3.5 inches