Vinyl Fencing Description
Apart from wood, vinyl is the most purchased fence material in the country today. Modern vinyl fencing has overtaken the classic wooden fences in terms of strength and durability.
Thanks to titanium oxide, vinyl gained exceptional stability while maintaining low toxicity levels. Vinyl is now protected from degradation, sun damage, and yellowing over time. As a result, it’s now widely regarded as one of the most durable fencing materials on the market today.
Depending on the location, installation quality, and your maintenance efforts, vinyl will easily outlast its wooden counterpart. Keep in mind that vinyl fences only require a garden hose or power washer for cleaning and you can do it once every 3-6 months.
Vinyl fences do not rot, warp, or splinter, making it one of the safest fence types for your family. Best of all, it provides lasting value since vinyl fence costs fall in the mid-range compared to other fence types.
An essential consideration in choosing between vinyl and a wood fence is your preference. Coming in second is the company that you’ll choose to supply and install your fences. You’d want to work with a company that provides reliable service and high-quality products.
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