|Vinyl is one of the most durable materials used in fencing today. It can mimic many wood fences in both style and color. The main advantage of vinyl fencing is its durability. It is virtually maintenance free and requires no painting except for periodic washing. Vinyl fences have the extra advantage of hidden screws and nails eliminating the possibility of splinters or other types of injuries. It is also rot and pest resistant.
Another advantage of vinyl fencing is the extended warranties available today. Many manufacturers offer lifetime warranties. Although vinyl fencing is known for durability it is also fire resistant. Vinyl is considered a self-extinguishing material creating a safe environment for you and your family or business.
VINYL FENCE TYPES
USES AND VINYL FENCE STYLES
- Wood Look
- Aluminum Look
Homeowners appreciate the versatility that vinyl fencing provides. Consumers have a wide variety of styles and colors to choose from such as manor, wind-resistant, cap and molding, shadowbox, lattice top, picket and privacy just to name a few. In commercial and industrial applications vinyl provides maintenance free beauty. It’s a great choice for restaurants, playgrounds, nursing homes, hotels and swimming pools. In industrial use vinyl is also used to hide waste or storage areas. The equine industry uses vinyl fencing because it prevents injury to horses and other animals due to it’s splinter free make-up. Vinyl fences are also more likely to kink rather than splinter if an animal falls or jumps on them preventing further injury.
- Shadow Box
- Cap and Molding
Vinyl fencing has a number of complementary outdoor applications such as decks and railing. It’s easy to install and can be embossed to prevent slipping. Vinyl will also stay cooler in the summer and resistant to cracking during the cold winter months. You can also adorn vinyl with cap and molding and finials to enhance the beauty of your structure.