A stylish and durable choice is that of a lifetime vinyl fence. Vinyl fencing is a popular choice with Tangent homeowners, offering clean lines, ease of care, and durability. Contact our team of Tangent vinyl fencing contractors to get your fence solution started with a free estimate!
Despite being a durable material choice, vinyl fences still require maintenance to stay at their best. If you have loose or damaged vinyl slats or other pieces, we can get your fence looking like new. For more information or to get an estimate, contact us today.
Just had a vinyl fence put in by F&W Fence. They were great. Last week they set the post in concrete the two guys that came were very friendly and explain everything they were doing. Yesterday they came back and put in the panels. Again great work, friendly, washed the new fence and cleaned up everything. I highly recommend F&W. – Terry, Google Review
Amazing customer service, fantastic product. – Brian, Google Review
Well-maintained vinyl fences can last between 20 and 30 years.
Based on how long they last, if they are well-built and fit the design aesthetic of your area, vinyl fences are a great investment. They are reasonably priced and look good for the long term, adding privacy and value to your property. But a note of caution: make sure you get a quality vinyl fence. You get what you pay for, and if you try to cut corners, you will probably pay for it.
The best answer is neither, because they are practically the same thing. Sometimes people call them “PVC vinyl fences.” The only technical difference seems to be that PVC is an ingredient in vinyl.
Wood is cheaper up front (depending on the cost of wood and plastic at the time you are reading this), but will likely require staining, painting, or replacement earlier due to rot. Vinyl fence materials are not subject to the same degree of wear and tear, thus there are lower maintenance costs.
The answer to this depends on the quality of vinyl fencing in question. Quality vinyl fence material is UV resistant, and will remain flexible over the course of its life in high and low temperatures. This makes it resistant to breaking (though it will bend). But if your vinyl fence does break, the good news is it’s usually easy to replace the broken part.
The only thing you should need to do to vinyl fencing over the normal course of its life is wash it regularly (either by hand or with a pressure washer). This will keep your vinyl fence looking like new for a long time to come.
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