Not that I can see. You need to finish off the cut ends of the top and
bottom pieces, and you will need some sort of diagonal brace to keep it
for sagging. There are nice rods with a turnbuckle on them that are
used on screen doors. I've used them on a door that I fabricated for a
fence on a deck that had my spa on it in a previous house. Good husky
hinges, and the rod/turnbuckle like I mentioned, to keep it square.
I've always felt that turnbuckles were only used for doors that had
started to sag. At any rate, on one occasion I replaced two twoxfours
out of three (Z shaped) from my gate and a third of the pickets, and
the next time most of the rest of the gate, and it's good and doesn't
sag. I guess I could have made one from scratch just by copying mine
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