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Pembroke 6 ft. H x 8 ft. W White Vinyl Privacy Fence Panel Kit

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  • Made from premium-quality vinyl for prolonged use
  • Bottom rail includes metal insert to prevent bowing or warping
  • Requires only soap and water for convenient cleaning
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Add style and security to your yard with the Pembroke vinyl fence from Weatherables. The Pembroke vinyl fence will add value to your home for decades to come. Fade resistant and built to last, the Pembroke is produced leveraging our exclusive, engineer-tested manufacturing process and the highest-grade materials to create the strongest, most durable, low-maintenance vinyl fencing anywhere. The tongue and groove pickets lock together creating full privacy and security for your property while also adding a stylish accent to your outdoor living space. Easy to maintain, you will never need to paint, stain or apply harsh chemicals to clean it. The Pembroke fence is easy to assemble, making it a perfect solution for the do-it-yourself homeowner as well as professional contractors or installers.
  • Fence panel comes unassembled but the installation video to the left shows just how easy it will be for you to install
  • Weighing 59 lbs., the Pembroke offers superior strength and impact resistance
  • 3rd party engineer tested to withstand wind gusts of up to 130 MPH when installed using the high wind installation process
  • Made from commercial grade vinyl that is 5x stronger than wood (based on 6606 psi tensile strength)
  • Low maintenance - no painting, staining or sanding required and only requires soap and water to clean
  • Neighbor friendly design looks great on both sides
  • Aluminum insert in the bottom rail helps prevent your panel from bowing or warping
  • Width can be easily modified on site
  • Posts sold separately: line post (LWPT-LINE-5X108), corner post (LWPT-CORNER-5X108), end post (LWPT-END-5X108), blank post (LWPT-BLANK-5X108), 3-way blank post (LWPT-3WAY-5X108), gate blank post (LWPT-GBLANK-5X108), gate end post (LWPT-GEND-5X108)
  • Gates sold separately: Pembroke privacy fence single gate (SWPR-T&G11.3-6X42.5 or SWPR-T&G11.3-6X65) and Pembroke privacy fence double gate (DWPR-T&G11.3-6X42.5 or DWPR-T&G11.3-6X65)
  • Fence panel can accommodate a slope (grade change) of 4 in. over 8 ft., if installed using the racking method, it can accommodate a larger grade if installed using the stepping method, refer to the installation guide for more details
  • While ordering multiple sections, your order must ship with a 3rd party freight carrier, the trucking company will call to set a date and time frame for delivery, you are responsible for the hand-off loading the product from the end of the truck, curbside, shipment is unsafe for lift-gate, the product is shipped unassembled and the individual pieces weigh no more than 20 lbs. to 25 lbs. so that they can be easily managed during hand-off loading, you may choose pick up in store if you prefer to have your order shipped to your local Home Depot store
  • Fade resistant limited lifetime residential warranty
  • Environmentally friendly manufactured from 85% recycled materials and is 100% recyclable, free of toxic VOC paint and preservatives used to treat and maintain wood fences
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Nominal panel height (ft.)6 ft6 ft6 ft6 ft
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FeaturesUV Protected,Water ResistantUV Protected,Water ResistantUV Protected,Water ResistantNo Additional Features
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The panels were thinner than the original ones I had, however they do fit the repair slots well. ...
The panels were thinner than the original ones I had, however they do fit the repair slots well. I purchased two sets because I had intended to fix two sections however I only ended up using barely one in total. Quality was good for the repair use but did not come with the post caps.
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Great Product, Superior Quality. Used to hide and protest my...
Great Product, Superior Quality. Used to hide and protest my pool pump. Currently shipping in 8 weeks for Covid but not taking stars away for that
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The Pembroke 6 foot high by 8 foot wide White Vinyl Privacy Fence Panel was the perfect solution ...
The Pembroke 6 foot high by 8 foot wide White Vinyl Privacy Fence Panel was the perfect solution for providing privacy from the street for our backyard. As you can see in the picture, we have recently relocated and have a plethora of projects in progress. The actual assembly of the fencing was pleasantly easy. The installation, while simple, was more of a challenge due to our soil that includes rocks and caliche and required heavy manual labor for the post holes. The quality of the fencing is comparable to the fencing we had professionally installed for $6,000 at our former home. The Pembroke panels have a great appearance and the semi-gloss finish is consistent and flawless. The matching support columns are made of a heavy gauge matching vinyl and are very strong. It was momentarily stressful when there were NO instructions included with the product, but they were easily downloaded from the Home Depot website. We look forward to enjoying the no maintenance and privacy this fencing will provide for many years.
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I obtained the Pembroke Weatherables privacy fence panel kit on a try-out basis. The kit included...
I obtained the Pembroke Weatherables privacy fence panel kit on a try-out basis. The kit included 16 slats, a bottom and top rail and an aluminum insert to make a 6 feet high by 8 feet wide privacy fence. I also obtained two hollow end posts (not included in the kit) and two end caps. The posts are 108 inches tall by 5 inches in diameter. All materials are made of heavy duty commercial-grade vinyl that never needs staining or painting. The panel kit, minus the posts, weighs less than 60 lbs. Installation: For the DIY-er without experience installing fences, this project of building and installing one privacy panel wasn't too hard, but you do need to take out at least one full day, and you'll need to obtain additional materials and have certain tools available. The panel kit doesn't come with any instructions, however, they can be found on Home Depot's website for this product. Here is the link: https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/32/3294d26b-42aa-4396-acaa-d8a3e9fcffc6.pdf. Be mindful that these instructions include installation tips for different kinds of Pembroke Weatherables fences, so be sure to follow the correct instructions. For one privacy panel and two posts, you'll need to dig two holes of up to 36 inches in depth and 12 inches in diameter. This may or may not be challenging, depending on the ground you have to work with. You can dig the old-fashioned way with various types of shovels, or you can use an auger specially made for drilling post holes. The latter you can rent from the Home Depot. We dug holes the old-fashioned way, which is more time-consuming and labor-intensive. The posts are hollow and you do not need wood insert posts. In order to install the posts, you'll also need to obtain at least four 80-lb bags of QuickCrete fast-drying concrete mix. At my local Home Depot, one bag of QuickCrete cost $4.62. We also obtained heavy-duty cardboard tubes (about $13 for one) as well as several bags of all-purpose gravel ($4.88 per bag). The cardboard tubes, we were advised, are put in the post holes and the fence posts are put in the cardboard tubes. The cement mix is then poured inside the tubes rather than in the post hole itself. The area outside the cardboard tube is filled with gravel. This makes for a more secure post. To make the cement mix, we used a heavy-duty electric paddle mixer for mixing paints, which we happened to own. You may be able to use a ready-made cement which can be purchased at the Home Depot, and which would eliminate having to mix your own dry cement with water. However, there's nothing in the instructions for the panel kit to allude to that. The instructions advise in what order to proceed with regard to putting the slats for the privacy panel into the rails, inserting this into the post openings (the bottom and top rail insert into the posts and are held in place with special clips inside) and securing the second post into the post hole. It took us a full weekend between digging the holes by hand, making the cement mix, building and securing the panel and posts, plus filling up the holes with gravel, followed by general clean-up. In my case, my privacy panel is built and affords a small measure of privacy between my yard and the neighbor's yard. I was sent and used two end posts, which will not allow any future panels to be added on either side. However, if you want to make a larger privacy fence, be sure to obtain the correct posts for this. It remains to be seen how well this privacy fence holds up over time and in bad weather. Being that the posts have to be secured in cement, I don't think it's going to fall over anytime soon.
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The Pembroke 6' H x 8' L fence is perfect for my patio privacy fencing project. The quality of t...
The Pembroke 6' H x 8' L fence is perfect for my patio privacy fencing project. The quality of the fencing was evident upon unboxing. The panels have a classic look and a consistent semi-gloss while finish. The support columns are made of a heavy gauge matching vinyl and are very strong. While no instructions were provide in the boxes, instructions are easily downloaded from the Home Depot website for this product. I look forward to installing and enjoying the no maintenance and privacy this fencing will provide for many years.
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This 6ft. high x 8 ft. long white vinyl pivacy fence is made by Weatherables and the model is cal...
This 6ft. high x 8 ft. long white vinyl pivacy fence is made by Weatherables and the model is called the Penbroke. I have installed other vinyl fences before but this is the first time I have installed this type,where the panel sections slide into the top rail and bottom rail. It was quite simple and took only about 5 minutes to put the section together. In my application I used an 8ft. section and a 6ft. section. I used the 5x5 vinyl heavy duty posts only. I used post hole diggers to set my first post 22" deep. This might not seem deep enough to most, but here in Arizona we have alot of rocks in the ground so it was deep enough. After setting the post, I used cement in the hole up to about 4 " from ground level. I wanted to give extra support, so I careful built a funnel type system and poured extra cement in threw the opening where the bottom rail slides in, making sure not to come up to high inside the post. The instructions explain how to do it. Then let this setup till the next day. The difference in this system is that you dig all your holes first, but don't set them! ( only the first one). The next day I was able to start putting the panel section together. Start by getting the bottom rail ( it has a very nice heavy metal piece that is inserted, to give the rail more support). Slide it into the post until you hear the little tab click. Now get your top rail and snap into post also, then begin to slide each panel into the top and bottom rail. This is the easy part! You will need 2 people for this step. Then take your second post and snap the other 2 ends of the rails into that post. This is when you set that post. This is the part that makes this system different... We used 2 sections for privacy in an area beside our patio. We really like the way it looks now! We are going to add a brick flower bed along the bottom of the fence next to complete the look my wife wants! This is the highest quality vinyl fence I have ever worked with, and I highly recommend it to anyone!
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This Pembroke 6 ft X 8 ft Vinyl Privacy Fence Kit is great, looks like it will last & puts togeth...
This Pembroke 6 ft X 8 ft Vinyl Privacy Fence Kit is great, looks like it will last & puts together easy . A 8 foot long kit comes with 8 tongue & groove pickets/ panels that are just over 11 inches wide each. Each panel is hollow but it has 6 interior chambers for support which makes it much stronger and rigid, more so than a single sheet panel. 2 end caps (U channels) that slide onto the panels sides to hide the tongue-in-groove ends. Bottom and top rails that pickets slot into. Bottom rail has a thick aluminium rod that reinforces it if your erecting this fence in a high wind area. The posts you have to buy separately, the 5 x 5 inch posts are thick vinyl and you have the option of pouring concrete into it up to 22 inches after you have concreted the posts in already. The posts come in different configurations so you can buy 2 end posts if your erecting 1 fence kit or if your connecting them to make a longer fence you can buy the joining posts as well. If your looking to make a right angle turn ( L shape) in your fence they also sell the corner post . I (50+ female) assembled this indoors and it was easy, however im digging 12 wide X 30-36 inch deep holes (required) for this 6 ft high fence but im hitting rock already so im having to employ a professional with equipment to do that part soon -apart from this set-back a novice can attain perfect results! It came with a booklet of the parts but didnt have assembly instructions but Home Depot has them on the items website page. Two last things to remember is to drill a small hole in the bottom rail to allow rain water to exit and to tape off the ends of the rail to prevent the concrete from the dug hole seeping in. 2 panels in the L shape can define an area/boundary or make a great shaded sitting area. I think this is a wonderful fence system, great quality & value and would recommend it. 5 STARS.
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There is no getting around it; installing fencing is labor-intensive. Digging posts holes and lugging around bags of cement is no walk in the park. What Weatherables fencing kits provide is a *less* labor-intensive means of installing fencing. e.g. The vinyl material is heavy-duty but much lighter than wood. There is no need for heavy pressure-treated 4x4’s. The kit comes disassembled so there is no lifting of heavy, pre-assembled fence panels. Still, I’m not sure that I would recommend a fence installation project for the average, weekend-warrior, Joe-homeowner. The project *can* require specialized tools and like I said, it’s hard work. My installation required the following tools: Posthole digger Gas-powered auger San Angelo bar Wheelbarrow Rake Shovel Level Leveling line Jigsaw (optional) If you need to cut in a new hole in a post for a particular situation, the manufacturer recommends using a Dremel tool. I used a jigsaw without any problems. A few other tips… Measure for the posthole placement with a tape measure. Double-check the measurement with one of the rails. If the ground is too hard to dig into, soak the ground, or whatever hole you were able to make, with a garden hose and let it soak in for a few hours. Drill a small hole through the lower rail to allow any water to drain out. The fence kit includes: 1 - 8-foot upper rail 1 - 8-foot lower rail 8 - 64-inch by 12-inch sections of tongue & groove slats. Each section ‘looks like’ 2 slats. 2 - 61-inch U-channels to fill any gaps where the slats meet the posts. The lower rail contains an aluminum I-beam to prevent sagging. The ends of the rails have two protruding tabs on each side to lock into the post. The quality of the material is top notch. The kit *does not* include posts; nor should it. The type of installation that you are performing determines the type of posts that you’ll need. Line posts, corner posts, end posts, even blank posts (no holes) are sold separately along with the various caps to put on top of them. My particular installation did not require a gate but those items are also available. For sloped yards, the fencing can be installed in a stepping or racking design. A 4-inch rack is permitted for each 8-foot section. Keep in mind that stepping may require longer post(s). When budgeting for your installation, don't forget to include Quickcrete. I use 3-50 lb. bags for each posthole. The manufacturer recommends 2-80 lb. bags but I’m too old to be lifting 80 lb. bags. My fence project involves 11 panels and 12 posts; so 36 bags of Quickcrete can run an additional $200 or more. There is no doubt that the results are worth the effort. The question is, do *you* want to provide the effort or do you want to hire someone else to provide it?
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