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Vinyl Fences - Cheap Backyard Fencing Designs and Ideas

By Edited Jan 24, 2016 0 0

Vinyl Fences: An Economical Choice
Vinyl fences can provide privacy, security, and the new look that home and property owners are looking for. Homeowners can rest assured that their young children are contained, while limiting the neighborhoods view of the yard. They are useful in keeping unwanted pests out of yards and in keeping pets in. It is often required by law to have fence around a swimming pool and there are vinyl fences designed specifically for that purpose. Vinyl fences are also nearly 100% recyclable so they save costs in creating other products. 

Vinyl Fences: There Are Many Options
Fences are constructed with many different kinds of material, but wood and vinyl are the most popular. That is good news for people looking to purchase vinyl fencing because it makes shopping around, and getting what they want that much easier, and more likely. Some types of vinyl fences commonly sold include:
Horse Fence
Privacy Vinyl Fence
Semi-privacy Vinyl Fence
Pool Vinyl Fence
Picketed Vinyl Fence

Vinyl Railing
Vinyl fences also come in a variety of colors and do not require painting or staining. Vinyl fences can be an economical choice in terms of the costs involved in installation, repair and maintenance. They are more durable than wood, having roughly 5 times more tensile strength, and up to 4 times more flexibility.

What is Less Expensive: Vinyl or Wood?

The simplest answer is that generally wood fences are less expensive. Vinyl typically costs more than wood. However the cost of owning a fence includes other factors aside from the cost of material. It is also possible to get quality vinyl fencing for about the same cost as premium wood fencing. Where buyers really save with vinyl is in installation and maintenance. Vinyl fences are generally easier to install as they involve the use of less fasteners. Furthermore vinyl fences are usually guaranteed to never warp, rot, peel or change color over time. Wooden fences rot as they age which can cost the owner money to repair. Buyers who do the repairs themselves will save time, and if they are hiring someone for the repair they will save money.

Fence owners can expect to paint a wooden fence several times to keep it looking great. Vinyl fences are sold in numerous colors and stay that color for life. There is no additional cost of painting, staining or treating the fence to withstand the weather or to get it back to the color it started as.
People get lured by the cheaper initial cost of wood fences. Remember vinyl fences can save thousands of dollars in maintenance and repair costs. Another advantage to vinyl is that it's stain resistant. Graffiti will stain wood, whereas with vinyl it may wash off with soap and water.

How to Purchase Vinyl Fences
There are many companies in the United States and Canada that manufacture and sell vinyl fencing. These companies sell sections of fencing of various sizes. For those who prefer to shop on the computer, there are several companies online to choose from. Some of these companies sell do-it-yourself kits with detailed instructions on how to assemble the fence. For those that are handy, they may be interested in a do-it-yourself package. Online companies sometimes offer free delivery, or cheap installation in their pricing schemes. It should not be difficult to shop around for different options in vinyl fencing.

What Does a Vinyl Fence Cost?
Vinyl fences vary in price depending on style, color, and size. The most commonly sold type of vinyl fencing is probably 8 foot privacy fencing. It's sections are six feet in width in most cases, and can cost up to $200. A 100 foot perimeter can be fenced for well under $3,000. When looking at prices buyers should also read the warrantee carefully. A quality vinyl fence should come with a life-time warrantee on all parts of the fence.



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