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Fencing Guide

Premium Composite Fencing

The look of wood in a low-maintenance composite material. Each premium composite fence section is pre-built. Panel features clean picket-to-rail connections no exposed fasteners. Resists moisture and withstands exposure to the elements. No need to paint or stain again! No special tools needed; easy to work with.Walnut Traditional Stainless High Point with Walnut Base Mission Tiffany-style with Walnut Base

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Iron Fencing

Welded construction for strength and durability Galvanized for superior corrosion resistance Heavy 16 gauge horizontal rails for lateral strength Durable, powder coat finish Easy to install and maintain 3-year limited warranty on materials and workmanship 1-year warranty on powder coat finish Exclusive to The Home Depot

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Iron Fencing

Easy to take home and designed for quick and simple assembly Perfect for do-it-yourself installation Universal brackets allow for fast and easy installation to posts Heavy gauge galvanized steel and a polyester powder coat finish Available in traditional Aristocrat or contemporary Sterling designs Backed by a 5-Year warranty

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Aluminum Fencing

Attractive and durable powder coat nish for long lasting protection Adds elegance and beauty to your home Low maintenance Easy Installation Hinges, latch and fasteners included 20-year limited warranty Available in 4 and 5 heights Can be surface mounted (Base sold separately) or cemented in-ground For more information, visit peakproducts.com or see an in-store associate for more details.Available only in selected stores. Call or visit your local Home Depot store for more information on products available.

Aluminum Fencing

Easy-to-install pre-built panels in a variety of heights and distinctive styles Accessories available for gates, walkways and high-end latching systems Strong aluminum alloy provides durability and safety Low maintenance Transferable Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Vinyl Fencing

Moisture resistant Resists flaking and cracking Will not rust Will not yellow or change colour Low maintenance Made of recycled plastic Steel reinforced Easy to install AffordableImperial Cape CodSections: 66W / 36H Gates: 39W / 36H Sections: 72W / 60 and 72H Gates: 42-3/4W / 60 and 72H

ConstellationSections: 96W / 48 and 60H Gates: 39W / 48 and 60H

BelmontSections: 192W / 36, 48 and 60H

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TraditionSections: 96W / 48, 60 and 72H Gates: 40-1/4W / 48, 60 and 72H

OlympicSections: 96W / 48 and 60H Gates: 39-1/4W / 48 and 60H

MajesticAvailable only in selected stores. Call or visit your local Home Depot store for more information on products available.Sections: 72W / 48 and 60H Gates: 42-3/8W / 48 and 60H

Vinyl Fencing

Easy to install panels Low maintenance Durable Will not rust Transferable Limited Lifetime Warranty6'x6' Privacy Dog Ear Shadowbox Panel 6'x6' Windham Total Privacy Panel

For more information, visit homedepot.ca or see an in-store associate for more details.4'x8' Classic Gothic Panel 6'x6' Lattice Top Panel

3'x8' Classic Gothic 17-Picket Panel

6'X6' Windham Privacy Panel - Wicker

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6'x6' Windham Total Privacy Panel Wood Grain

How To Build A Wood FenceWestern Red Cedar

Before You StartBefore you start your fencing project, there are number of important considerations to keep in mind. You will need to determine how your fence will comply with local bylaws and municipal regulations regarding building codes and the location of your fence on your property. You should also be aware of the location of all utility lines, including water, gas, electric and sewage. Many communities have restrictions on fence height and design. There are also some limitations on the types of materials that may be used. If you are uncertain as to what is allowable, you may want to contact your local building officials. The building department can advise you as to what is acceptable and if you will require a variance to build your fence. They can provide lots of useful information free of charge. You should determine your property line before starting your fence project. This will help eliminate any ownership problems that may arise later. If you and a neighbour share in the cost and construction of a fence, you should put down in writing the location and type of fence and who has the responsibility for maintaining it. If you have no agreement in writing, then the fence should be wholly within the bounds of your own property, concrete footing included.

Exceptional beauty that alternatives strive to emulate Lightweight and easy to handle and install, offering enormous versatility Naturally occurring resistance to moisture, decay and insect damage Can be finished with paint, stain or water repellent, or it can be left to weather to a silvery grey

Pressure Treated Wood

Designing Your FenceIn choosing your fence design, you should consider your purpose for building a fence. Is it to mark a boundary or create privacy and security? Or is to shape your property and define certain space for certain activities? It may be for security and protection or you may just want to enhance the look of your surroundings. In considering the appearance of your fence, you should take into account the height, the materials it will be made from, the post settings and the gate locations, if any. A neighbourly way to build a fence is to make sure that is equally attractive from both sides.

Simple Fence PlansIf your fence plan includes a gate, youll have to decide where the gate will go and how it will be designed. Choosing the location is easy convenience is the primary consideration. As far as design goes, the gate can match the fence in appearance or it can be a contrasting size, design or material. Whatever you decide, the size of the gate will determine post spacing and location

Premium appearance lumber and accessories Pressure treated with copperbased preservative for long-term performance outdoors Lumber and wood preservative standards specially developed for residential projects Produced under independent third-party quality control Backed by a Lifetime Limited Residential Warranty

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Simple Board FenceSpace boards close together for privacy, or slightly apart for a more open appearance and better ventilation. List of Materials for a section 8 wide x 6 high Posts OR Rails Boards Hardware 2 4 x 4 x 10 2 6 x 6 x 10 3 2 x 4 x 8 17 1 x 6 x 6 6 fence brackets Nails or screwsTop View

Lattice Top FenceLattice adds an attractive finishing touch to the basic alternative board on board fence design.

A List of Materials Using Grooved Railfor a section 8 wide x 6 6 high Posts OR Grooved rail Rails Boards Lattice Hardware 2 4 x 4 x 10 2 6 x 6 x 10 2 2 x 4 x 8 2 2 x 4 x 8 22 1 x 6 x 5 1 1 x 8 panel 4 fence brackets Nails or screws

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List of Materials Using Nailing Strips for a section 8 wide x 6 6 high Posts OR Nailing strips OR 2 4 x 4 x 10 2 6 x 6 x 10 5 3/4 x 3/4 x 8 9 3/4 x 3/4 x 4 2 2 x 4 x 8 22 1 x 6 x 5 1 1 x 8 panel 4 fence brackets Nails or screws

Alternating Board-on-Board FenceWith boards nailed to each side, this fence looks attractive inside and out. Use extra boards on either side and overlap slightly for more complete privacy. List of Materials for a section 8 wide x 6 high Posts OR Rails Boards Hardware 2 4 x 4 x 10 2 6 x 6 x 10 3 2 x 4 x 8 22 1 x 6 x 6 6 fence brackets Nails or screws

Rails Boards Lattice Hardware

Top View

Top View

Laying Out Your FenceFirst locate the survey markers in the corners of your lot. These markers are usually made of pipe or concrete and may be buried a foot or two under the surface. Place a stake next to the marker and attach a chalk line to the stake. Pull the chalk line taut and secure it to a stake at the next marker. Continue until all boundaries are covered.

Setting and Aligning Posts

Fence Post

Spacing PostsThe first step in actual construction of your fence is properly locating and setting the posts so the footings are positioned inside the property line and in compliance with local ordinances. Setting and aligning the posts is the most important part of fence building. If the posts are not set firmly in the ground, the result will be an unsteady fence. If the posts are not plumb vertically aligned and located exactly in line, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to properly attach the rails and fence boards. In addition to the structural issues, post size and spacing contribute to the aesthetic qualities of your fence. Fences look best when interval