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One Fence Panel, No Gate

Recommendation(s)Automatically IncludedPurchase Locally:
1 – fence panel and 2 – End Posts, or
1 fence panel and straight mount brackets.
Standard post caps for your posts and/or panel to post connection hardware, or none if your connecting panel directly to brick columns. Posts / Mounts sold separately.Cement for in-ground posts and/or anchor bolts for welded plated posts and/ or anchor screws for straight mount brackets based upon the material you’re connecting to.

Two Fence Panels, No Gate

Recommendation(s)Automatically IncludedPurchase Locally:
2 – fence panels, 1 line post and 2 – end posts, or 2 fence panels, 1 line post and straight mount brackets.Standard post caps for your posts and/or panel to post connection hardware, or none if your connecting panel directly to brick columns. Posts / Mounts sold separately.Cement for in-ground posts and/or anchor bolts for welded plated posts and/ or anchor screws for straight mount brackets based upon the material you’re connecting to.

Three Fence Panels, No Gate

Recommendation(s)Automatically IncludedPurchase Locally:
3 – fence panels, 2 line posts and 2 – end posts, or 3 fence panels, 2 line posts and straight mount brackets2 – fence panels, 1 line post and 2 – end posts, or 2 fence panels, 1 line post and straight mount brackets.Standard post caps for your posts and/or panel to post connection hardware, or none if your connecting panel directly to brick columns. Posts / Mounts sold separately.Cement for in-ground posts and/or anchor bolts for welded plated posts and/ or anchor screws for straight mount brackets based upon the material you’re connecting to.

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