360 Cap Composite Pre-Assembled Fence Panels
Our high-quality Cap Composite Pre-Assembled Panels are professionally designed and assembled to elevate the aesthetic and security of your outdoor living space. Each panel is expertly constructed using four WPC coated aluminum rails, ensuring exceptional durability and longevity. Frame it All Pre-Assembled Fence Panels area available in Dog-eared Picket, Flat Top Picket, Dogear Shadow Box, and Flat Top Shadowbox style. Each panel is also made with our proprietary Cap Coat technology, resisting warping, mold, mildew, color fading, scratching, and staining. Take the fuss out of picket installation with Pre-assembled panels. Frame it All Pre-Assembled Panels can be cut to size using a 60-tooth carbide circular saw blade. Eight T-Brackets are included with every panel for rail to post installation.
If you want to paint the top of the pickets, you can do so using acrylic paint. For best color match, pair these picket colors and pantone colors:
- Mahogany: SW 9183 Dark Clove
- Slate: SW 7069 Iron Ore
- Driftwood: SW 7046 Anonymous
- Sand: SW 7724 Canoe
Home Depot ProDesk Members
Frame it All fencing is also available at The Home Depot for ProDesk members. This is a great option for fence projects that are under $3,000 as Home Depot will extend free shipping for these smaller projects. This service is available for professional contractors and fence installers.
Square Post Assembly - 8.5ft
Included in each Square Post Assembly are 1 Galvanized Steel Square Inner Post, 1 Composite Post Sleeve color matched to your fence, 1 Post Cap, and 8 L-brackets with screws for rail installation. The Square Post Assembly is specifically designed for fence installations with a height of 6ft, but the Composite Post Sleeve and Galvanized steel inner post can be customized to suit shorter fence panels. The Composite Post Sleeve stands at a height of 6ft with a 3 1/4" outer diameter, while the Inner Steel Post reaches 8.5ft with a 2 5/8" diameter, with 2.5ft of the steel post extending into the ground. Serving as the fundamental support for Frame it All Fencing, the Inner Steel Post fortifies your fence against detrimental forces that would otherwise compromise conventional wooden posts.
Composite or Vinyl?
In recent times, there has been a growing preference among homeowners to opt for composite fencing rather than vinyl for their properties. This trend can be attributed to the rising demand for durable and environmentally friendly fencing solutions and homeowners discovering Composite as a fence option. While both types of fences offer security and privacy, composite materials have gained significant appeal due to their numerous advantages over vinyl.
Vinyl fencing is commonly chosen for its affordability and ease of installation. However, contemporary homeowners are increasingly drawn towards composite fencing to avoid the drawbacks associated with vinyl. One prominent issue with vinyl fencing is its tendency to experience significant color fading over time. Depending on where you live and the level of sun exposure, this fading can occur in only a few years. In contrast, our composite fencing at Frame it All is equipped with the 360 Cap Coat, which effectively protects the color from sun-induced fading, ensuring long-lasting vibrancy. Aside from its waning aesthetics, vinyl fencing production and disposal contribute to the release of harmful chemicals such as vinyl chloride, dioxins, and mercury into the environment.
At Frame it All, our composite fencing is crafted from sustainably sourced recycled plastic and wood fibers using ecologically mindful manufacturing processes. It offers exceptional protection against color fading, bacteria, mold, and pests, eliminating the need for painting or staining, thanks to our proprietary 360 Cap Coat. For those seeking a natural aesthetic and an eco-friendly fencing solution that will withstand the test of time, composite fencing is undoubtedly the superior choice over vinyl.
Composite or Wood?
Traditionally, wood has been the favored choice for American fences due to its natural look and affordable cost. However, homeowners have become increasingly aware of the hidden expenses associated with wood fencing. Over time, wood fences require frequent staining, painting, and replacement. To prolong the lifespan of a wooden fence, it should be stained and painted every three to five years. Depending on the type of wood used, fence replacement may be necessary every 5 to 10 years. As the fence nears the end of its life, its appearance can deteriorate significantly, leaving homeowners regretting not replacing it sooner.
In contrast, Frame it All composite fencing boasts a lifespan of over 25 years without the need for costly painting or staining. Our 360 cap coat ensures that you can enjoy the timeless and natural aesthetics of wood without the inherent drawbacks such as bacterial growth, rotting, fading, and pest infestations. Instead of cutting down trees for fencing materials, Frame it All repurposes millions of pounds of plastic, creating an eco-friendly composite material. The best part is that our composite fencing retains its beauty and quality for an extended period, without fading or deteriorating like wood does.