Fencing

Set it and forget it

When was the last time you thought repainting a fence sounded like fun?

If you answered, "Never," we have a fence for you.

Fencing in Action

Fiberon fencing looks like traditional wood fencing but performs likes a modern composite -- meaning you'll never need to paint, stain or replace a cracked, splintering fence again.

Featuring realistic wood grain textures and three natural-looking colors, every fence is designed to withstand weathering, decay and infestation and is backed by a 15/10-year limited warranty.

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Features and Options
  • Never a need to stain or paint

    Composite technology for long lasting beauty

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  • Never replace cracked boards again

    Warranted against splinters, cracking and rot

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  • Three popular fence styles

    Privacy, Ranch Style and Gothic Picket Fencing

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  • Three natural wood colors

    Coastal Cedar, Weathered Pine and Pacific Redwood

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  • Good for the environment

    Created from recycled content, our composites are toxin-free and produced using sustainable methods.

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  • FAQs
    Do the fence posts already come with a wood core?

    Yes, the posts are ready to install in the ground.

    How much do Fiberon fence pickets weigh?

    The Gothic pickets are 2.2 lbs, the Dog Ear pickets are 5.4 lbs, and the Square Top pickets are 7.4 lbs each.

    Can I order the fencing directly from Fiberon?

    No, we do not sell direct. Fencing must be acquired from an authorized retailer.

    Can I place the pickets side by side without any gapping?

    No, pickets will expand and contract with heat and cold so a minimum 3/16" gap is required between pickets.

    Can I attach the fencing pickets with screws or nails?

    Neither are approved fastening methods for the pickets.1 ½” staples are the recommended fasteners for the pickets.4 staples in a box pattern at all 3 cross rail locations.