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Barrette - 6' x 8' Aspen Privacy Vinyl Fence Panel Product Demo

6' x 8' Aspen Privacy Vinyl Fence Panel Intro

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6' x 8' Aspen Privacy Vinyl Fence Panel Features

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    • Actual Dimensions:

      Actual Panel Dimensions: 91" x 108"

    • Seclusion and Privacy:

      We know that privacy goes both ways. Whether you're interested in hiding an ugly neighbor's house from view or want to make sure that you're protected from the eyes of the outside world, our Aspen privacy panel can help you maintain your privacy and seclusion.

    • Guaranteed Quality:

      We are so confident in the quality and durability of our products, that we offer a transferable limited lifetime warranty on every fence that we sell. With ActiveYards®, you have the backing of the nation's largest manufacturer of vinyl fencing.
       

    • GlideLock™ Technology:

      Unlike other types of fencing, our patent pending GlideLock™ technology helps lock every picket tightly in place without any gaps. This method provides added strength to your fence and helps it stand up to the elements.

    • SolarGuard™ Technology:

      The color and look of your fence should compliment the natural beauty of the landscape that you’ve worked so hard to achieve. In order to maintain that beauty, the Aspen Privacy panel is infused with our exclusive SolarGuard™ color retention technology, which helps protect it from the harmful rays of the sun. Where other fences can fade and become discolored over time, our fences retain their bright, like-new finish for years to come.

    • Aspen Privacy Panel is available in White for QuickShip:
    • Pool Code Approved:

      Pool code approved at the national level. 

 

6' x 8' Aspen Privacy Vinyl Fence Panel Gallery

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6' x 8' Aspen Privacy Vinyl Fence Panel Specs

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6' x 8' Aspen Privacy Vinyl Fence Panel Instructions

  • Getting Started

    Step 1: Mark the fence location using string and line stakes.

  • Step 2

    Dig post holes 12" in diameter 36" deep (when frost line is 30" or less).. Use the Center-to-Center measurements of the fence model being installed for the Center-to-Center Post Distance.


    If a fence panel is being used that is less than the width of a full panel, or if posts are being used other than 5" in width, measure the width of the panel and add the width of one post, that will be the Center-to-Center post distance of the holes.

  • Step 3

    *If frost line does not exceed 30", put 6" of gravel into bottom of both holes and insert posts. Add concrete to first post hole according to manufacturer's instructions. Ensure first post is plumb and level. Let concrete set making sure panel will be 2" above ground. Do not add concrete to second hole until later in installation.

    *Check local codes for frost line depth and regulations. 

  • Step 4

    If frost line exceeds 30" dig hole to the appropriate depth and then add 6" of gravel for post drainage. Add concrete according to manufacturer's instructions until a depth of 30" remains and let concrete set to create a footing. Set post in hole ensuring it is plumb and level. Fill hole with concrete according to manufacturer's instructions. Make sure panel will be 2" above ground, or check with local building codes on fence height requirements.

  • Step 5

    When present or included, insert aluminum into bottom rail, then insert bottom rail into bottom post route hole of first post only. Panels with 7" rails do not require aluminum inserts.

  • Step 6

    Next, attach U-Channels to boards.

  • Step 7

    Insert boards into bottom rail ensuring U-Channels are on both ends.

  • Step 8

    For full privacy fences follow Step 8 for assembly: Insert the top rail into the left side of the post route then guide over top of pickets/boards.

  • Step 9

    For lattice top fences follow Step 9 for assembly:

    9a: Add the lattice insert over the top of the lattice (May not be required for certain styles). Place into the middle rail followed by the top rail.

    9b: Finally, add the completed assembly into the route holes of the first post. 

  • Step 10

    For closed picket top fences follow Step 10 for assembly:

    10a: Attach middle rail into left side of post route then guide rail over boards.
     

    10b: Insert pickets down through middle rail.

  • Step 10c

    10c: Insert the top rail into post route holes of first post then guide rail over picket tops.

  • Step 11

    For open top picket fences follow Step 11 for assembly:

    11a: Attach middle rail into left side of post route only then guide rail over boards. Insert top rail into left post route holes of first post only.

    11b: Insert pickets down through top and middle rail. Note: Scalloped and Arched panels have pickets/boards that are numbered. Start from left side with the #1 picket/board first.

  • Step 12

    Insert the completed fence panel into the route holes of the second fence post. Plumb and level the post and add concrete according to manufacturer's instructions.

  • Step 13

    Check to ensure the second post is level, then measure panel plus add dimensions from center of second post to center of next and dig the third post hole accordingly. Repeat steps until completed.

  • Finishing Up

    Apply glue on inside rim of post caps then attach to posts.

 

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