I am very pleased with how the fence turned out and the quality. If you're an army of one like I ...
I am very pleased with how the fence turned out and the quality. If you're an army of one like I am and installing it yourself, it's really not that hard to do unless you're on top of a retaining wall being scratched up by rose bushes and trying not to destroy newly laid sod as pets keep are below sitting right where the panel would fall. Here's some tips. Lubricate the brackets. They go in easy but they don't always come out easy if you need to make an adjustment. It was a huge time saver to install each panel with a line post already attached to it. Mine were bolted into a retaining wall and all I had to do was fasten one side. I looked locally to find a 3' metal fence like this but all I could find were 6' wide panels and they were a lot more expensive. These ship from California so you may have to wait a while if you're on the other side of the country like I am. It took about two weeks but it was worth the wait.
I wanted to like this product. It was easy to install and looks great, but all of the bottom welds rusted at about the year mark, with several rusting through. The rest of the fence is fine. It’s just rusting through at the lower weld spots.
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Nov 13, 2019
Very easy to install. I have small dogs and they...
Very easy to install. I have small dogs and they can get through the posts so I overlapped two panels staggering them. I also cut them in half with my grinder so it was only an additional $21 a section. I ordered black plastic plugs on Amazon for the cuts and it looks great. Very happy.
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Jul 4, 2019
Easy to install. Happy to report I was able to fit this lying flat behind the front row seats in...
Easy to install. Happy to report I was able to fit this lying flat behind the front row seats in my 2008 Honda Odyssey with the 2nd row seats removed and the 3rd row seats folded down flat into the floor. I could have stacked 3 or 4 flat without hitting anything critical on the back of the seat. There was about a half foot space to spare between the Honda Odyssey's rear hatch and the back of the fence section. If you have a different car, or are getting a taller fence, measure first or rent something to haul it/them with. Laying flat, this fence only used 32 of the 49 inch wide floor in my Honda, and 8 of the 8-1/2 foot space behind the front row seats.
The fence is solid and looks great. My local Home Depot in Redding had plenty of the fence sections in stock each time I visited. They also had the posts and other hardware needed. When I went to the other hardware stores, they seemed to not have the selection or availability that Home Depot has.
Great item, especially liked the galvanized undercoating, lighter weight than sections I had purc...
Great item, especially liked the galvanized undercoating, lighter weight than sections I had purchased years ago. Easy to handle. Unfortunately one of three panels I purchased must have been handled poorly when shipped to the store and was racked out of square with slightly twisted rail. Didn't notice it until I started cutting to length and too late to return, which Home Depot is always happy to accommodate.
Worked great! Set the posts in concrete and attached the fence. Did not really follow the direc...
Worked great! Set the posts in concrete and attached the fence. Did not really follow the directions and set the fence even with the top of the posts. Dropped the rails by about 2 " Also set 1st post, attached just the top bracket. Leveled fence, set and attached the 2nd post. Then attached lower brackets. Was simple and easy. Everything true, square, and level. Continued on for the nest posts and rails. Work much faster with 2 people.
We needed a dog fence on one side of our deck. A fence that was simple and easily cut in section...
We needed a dog fence on one side of our deck. A fence that was simple and easily cut in sections. After cutting the sections, I wrapped the ends of the rails with strong, black tape, allowing the tape to extend about 1 inch beyond the rail. I cut the extended tape up to the end of the rails so that I could tuck the extended tape pieces inside the rail. This protects the rails from scratching the wood posts, plus minimizing the chances of rails rusting. I designed and installed wooden U shaped hangers for the fence rails to drop down into. The out side of the U hanger is a bit higher than the in side, making the installation of the fence a lot easier.