There are all kinds of materials and styles of fencing for you to choose from. One that has consistently stood apart because of its durability and ease of maintenance is vinyl fencing. Here is some more information to get you started.
On average, a vinyl fencing costs $17 per linear foot for a 4-foot-high fence, $21 per linear foot for a 5-foot fence, and $24 per linear foot for a 6-foot fence. For help purchasing and installing your fence, get a free estimate from a licensed professional.
Vinyl is considered one of the most durable fencing materials available, and will last the lifetime of your home. If for some reason it doesn’t, most manufacturer warranties will cover it.
In addition to being extremely durable, vinyl fencing is virtually maintenance-free. No need to seal or repaint this material; the only thing you may need to do is spray it down with a hose and use a cloth to wipe away tough stains.
Vinyl fencing comes in a variety of styles. You can choose from ranch, privacy, semi-privacy, picket, and pool fencing. There are numerous decorative accessories as well, including post caps, gates, and railings.
One potential drawback is color selection. To maintain its durability, vinyl fencing only comes in white, tan and gray. The darker colors are more susceptible to sun exposure and will deteriorate.
Yes, vinyl fencing is completely recyclable and is produced from non-toxic materials.
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