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Old 05-03-2022, 12:15 PM   #1
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Default Composite fencing repair ?

Need names of companies that do Composite fencing repair ?
Have 6x8 ft panels

Companies in the Gilford, Laconia, Meredith Belmont area.

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Old 05-03-2022, 01:05 PM   #2
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Check with Matt McGonagle. He owns Lakes Region Fence in Gilford.

Email: LRFence@Metrocast.net

Phone: 603-524-6061

Hopefully he can help you out.
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Old 05-03-2022, 03:24 PM   #3
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Check with Matt McGonagle. He owns Lakes Region Fence in Gilford.

Email: LRFence@Metrocast.net

Phone: 603-524-6061

Hopefully he can help you out.

I called L.R. Fence and they said they don't work with Composite, at least that's what the lady who answered the phone told me......
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I recommend that you email Matt and ask him who he suggests if he is unable to handle the job for you......
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Default Fence Post Brackets

I spoke with Matt at Lakes Region Fence, he said he could not help me, as he does not specialize in 'composite' Trex fencing. Nor could he recommend a referral.

Here is a pic of the 'cross-beam' metal brackets I have installed, which I need about 10 more of these to add 'middle' 2x4 's in each fence section. Not that it matters, but these will be used with Composite 2/4's

I've looked all-over and cannot find anything similar I could use.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated !


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go to lowes/home depot or building supply store. Go into the decking section same place that will have the joist hangers and the like and there will be brackets like that of all shapes and sizes to use on decks/railings, and the like, Can paint to match
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Actually, we would all carry the Simpson fence post bracket - well, I shouldn't say all, as sometimes the hanger options are tiny.

Those hangers aren't Trex... because Trex uses a black high-density plastic for its clips and hangers; and Simpson hangers also look different.

If they don't have to match, or you're willing to change them all out, then there are several options.
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Actually, we would all carry the Simpson fence post bracket - well, I shouldn't say all, as sometimes the hanger options are tiny.

Those hangers aren't Trex... because Trex uses a black high-density plastic for its clips and hangers; and Simpson hangers also look different.

If they don't have to match, or you're willing to change them all out, then there are several options.

Thanks John ! Brackets do not need to match, but would like color to be black or brown. These are not flimsy brackets, I think maybe 16/18 gauge.

On my last visit there and employee showed me the regular construction hangers, not what I can use. Iíll make another trip to Lowes and look in Fence/Deck dept. this time.
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Best bet would be either ordering the Trex online...
Or finding an outlet with Simpson Concealed.
Do not use the normal fence brackets.

Problem is that Simpson Conceal... either galvanized or epoxy-coated Accents... would only come as small as a 2x6 configuration.
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