Benefits of Installing a Vinyl Fence

There are a bunch of different materials you can choose from when you want the professionals from Anderson Fence to complete your new fence project at your home or business.  We’ve got ample access to supplies and materials of all kinds so you can pick the best option for you.  Each of the materials come with their own set of benefits, whether you prefer something metal like steel or aluminum, or vintage looking like wood, or perhaps you want that suburbia look… and select beautiful vinyl!  Let’s take a look at the 5 major benefits of vinyl to fit your fencing needs.

  1. There isn’t a material that’s more simple to clean than vinyl.  In almost all scenarios, pollen, dust, or dirt are the worst things to get on your fence.  With a vinyl fence, all you need to do is break out the garden hose and spray it down.  Whatever film you have plaguing you will come right off in seconds and you don’t have to worry about warping, rusting, or chipping!

  2. Vinyl fences are flexible.  Installation is much easier with a vinyl fence because they give just a little bit.  You have no flexibility when it comes to the steel fences and even wood provides less pliability, especially if it’s pressure treated.  Beyond installation, it’s nice to have some flexibility after the fence is up. If a child isn’t paying attention and runs into the fence, they’re far less likely to be seriously injured. If somebody accidentally hits it with a vehicle, lawnmower, or ATV, they’re going to break it but you only have to worry about replacing that section of fence while the driver, rider, or operator will likely escape serious injury.

  3. Vinyl is probably the most affordable option for fencing today.  Aluminum and steel fencing tends to cost considerably more than vinyl and wood, which are roughly the same. In most climates, vinyl fencing will last much longer than a wood one, making it more affordable as there will be no need for replacement boards and upkeep.

  4. Vinyl lasts for up to 30 years, which is well longer than any wooden fence.  Most rust resistant metals can last 20 years without having issues but when they start to rust and go downhill, they go downhill quickly. Vinyl will get brittle and start to break down after 25 to 30 years of cold winters but remains mostly unaffected by rain and sun.

Vinyl tends to be the material of choice for most homeowners. The average labor involved is less significant than the other options and the material itself costs less while lasting longer.  There is nothing like a beautiful white vinyl fence to wrap around your pool, patio, yard, or use as a property liner and separate your own personal fortress from the neighbors.

Whether you choose vinyl or one of the other materials, Anderson Fence is willing to come and give you a free estimate.  Give us a ring at (800) 722-0929 and we’ll be happy to help you learn more about vinyl and the other options so that you can make an educated decision that will improve your property for decades to come!