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Barrette - 3x8 Classic Gothic Panel Product Demo

3x8 Classic Gothic Panel Intro

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3x8 Classic Gothic Panel Features

  • View 1

    • Classic, timeless design:

       

    • Mark property boundaries:

      Great for marking property boundaries while maintaining landscape views

    • Low maintenance:

      Never needs sanding, staining, or painting - will not splinter

    • Pre-assembled panel:
      • Save time and labor
      • Light weight design
    • Transferrable Limited Lifetime Warranty:

 

3x8 Classic Gothic Panel Specs

  • Specification 1

      • 17 count – 1 3/8” pickets
      • 3 7/8” picket spacing
      • 36 1/8” H x 92 ¼” W x 3 1/8” D
      • Glued picket attachment

 

3x8 Classic Gothic Panel Gallery

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3x8 Classic Gothic Panel Installation

  • What You Need
  • Staking Your Fence Line

     

    Pre-determine the location of your fence line as illustrated. Locate corner, line, and end/gate posts. Determine all gate locations.

    To square up corners of the fence line use the 3-4-5 right triangle method (measure 3' and 4' from the corner and the diagonal from those points should be 5').

  • Locating Posts

     

    Measure the width of the fence panel (X) add the width of your post (Y) (This is the general post hole location).
    After installing vinyl fence section this becomes the final post location. It is highly recommended to dig enough holes to install 3-4 sections of fence at a time to ensure proper post hole placement.

  • Standard Post Installation

     

    a) Dig post hole 12" in diameter 30" deep.
    b) Add 6" of gravel for post drainage.
    c) Insert post in center of post hole.
    d) Level and plumb post.
    e) Fill remainder of hole with concrete according to manufacturers instructions.
    f) Recheck level and plumb. Always allow approximately 2" of ground clearance under your panel.

    – If frost line exceeds 30".
    Dig hole to the appropriate depth.
    Add 6" of gravel for post drainage.
    Add concrete until a depth of 24" remains.

  • Rail Bracket Location

     

    For correct bracket placement, measure down 2" from the top of the post, and make a mark. Then, measure from the top of the panel to the top of the first horizontal rail. Mark this measurement on the post for the first bracket placement. Next measure the distance from the top of the top rail to the top of the next rail. This is the measurement for placement of the next bracket. Repeat for any additional rails.

    Offset Bracket Options:
    On 1-3/8" pickets we recommend you offset the rail brackets. This will allow the panel to set inside the posts and not stick out. See top view diagram.

  • Installing Panel

     

    Set panel into the brackets on the first pre-set post.
    Place the next post on the opposite end of the panel ensuring posts are against the panel.
    Secure all screws into the center of bracket slots.
    Level and plumb post.
    Add concrete according to manufacturers instructions.
    Horizontally level panel.
    Recheck level and plumb post again.
    Continue installing all other panels using above instructions.
    The finished look shows the post cap 2" above the fence panel.

 

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