Our team at Rhino Fencing can help you select and install the appropriate vinyl fencing for your property. Vinyl fencing is growing in popularity as an option for those who are not sure if iron or wood is right for them. This type of fencing can work well on commercial or residential properties and requires very minimal maintenance.
One of the great things about vinyl fencing is that you can choose from several styles depending on your preference. Of these various styles, the most common are picket and privacy. Privacy fences give you a solid barrier around your property and are usually between four and six feet tall. These are ideal if you do not want passersby to be able to see into your property. Picket fences will have some gaps between pieces and are typically around four feet or so. Instead of focusing on privacy, a vinyl picket fence will just define your property and keep your children or pets inside.
Among the various types of fencing available, vinyl is one that offers a range of customization. In addition to your choice of privacy or picket styles, you can also easily adjust the color of the fencing itself. There are also some other minor variations in style available, giving property owners the ability to match their fence to the feel of their property.
You may be tempted to try installing vinyl fencing yourself, but this is a job best left to the professionals. Most vinyl fencing systems have very small tolerances during installation so the smallest error can lead to instability of the fencing or even damage. Installation also requires accounting for things like expansion and contraction over time. Luckily, our professionals at Rhino Fencing have years of experience and training, allowing us to complete the installation properly and quickly.
Vinyl is one of the fencing materials we suggest for those who do not want to worry about maintenance in the future. The color of vinyl fencing will not fade, so there is no need to repaint it. You do not even have to apply a primer or other layer to stop rust from forming. There is also no need to worry about pests like the termites that could invade a wooden fence. Instead, you just need to occasionally wash vinyl fencing with soap and water.
Regardless of your budget, vinyl fencing can be a good choice. It tends to be more affordable upfront than either iron or wood. The cost savings continue due to the low maintenance requirements. It also lasts a reasonable amount of time so you will not have to worry about paying for a replacement anytime soon.
If you are thinking of installing vinyl fencing on your property, contact our Rhino Fencing team. We will help you select the appropriate material and complete the installation for you. Our team can also assist with repairs and maintenance for vinyl fencing.