Norwalk Vinyl Fencing (562) 444-1438
Let your Norwalk Fence Contractor beautify and protect your yard with vinyl fencing. Remember the days of those ugly pink and grey cinder block walls surrounding your yard? Or maybe you were stuck with wood fencing weather aged to a nice burnt black color (the one that gave kinds many a splinter!).
These days, you’re options for privacy fencing are no longer limited to wood or block. Vinyl fencing has hit its stride in a variety of colors, texture and styles. Vinyl fencing, short for polyvinyl chloride or pvc, is immune to rust, termites, dry rot, splintering, mold and mildew.
Your Norwalk Fence Contractor is proud to carry Duramax Vinyl Fencing. Duramax is a local manufacturer, so fencing and parts are readily accessible, unlike the east coast fencing that might takes weeks to ship out to the west coast.
Duramax vinyl fencing is the only vinyl fencing manufactured in the southwest, where the strength of the sun is stronger than many parts of the country and can wreak havoc on your fence finish. Duramax vinyl fencing is specially formulated with modifiers and UV inhibitors to ensure your vinyl fence doesn’t warp, fade, or chip.
Vinyl Fencing is an excellent alternative for pool fencing. Imagine your pool fence looking as good 10 years later as it did when it was first installed. Vinyl privacy fencing can also be installed in moist areas such as planters or flower beds that are constantly subjected to watering.
Vinyl Fence Styles
Privacy fencing is one of the post popular styles of vinyl fencing. Privacy fencing can be as simple as solid “boards” with a flush top and bottom rails. Privacy fencing can also be enhanced with accents at the top of the fence, from open pickets to sunburst designs.
You can now have that old fashioned picket fence without the yearly chore of painting it. Arched or straight, vinyl picket fences add beauty to your front yard, and the brilliance of the white vinyl pickets against the backdrop of your house or garden will make drivers slow down to take a look.
Open picket vinyl perimeter fencing, similar in style to wrought iron, (without the rust!) adds a dramatic look to your yard where privacy isn’t an issue.
If you’ve spent any time in the southland, you’ll see vinyl split rail fencing popping up everywhere. Many local cities are installing maintenance free vinyl split rail fencing to boarder their sidewalks.
There are also a variety of post caps available, as well as light fixtures in certain style that can further beautify your fence.
Vinyl Fence Colors and Textures:
No longer do you have to settle for the bright white vinyl fencing. Tan and grey are two more options. How about building a two tone fence with white rails and posts, and tan infill? The look is uniquely attractive.
If the smooth finish of vinyl fencing isn’t to your liking, then textured vinyl boards are now available with a wood grain finish. Mix and match with various color rails and posts to personalize your yard.
Vinyl Fence Cost
Your vinyl fence cost will vary depending on the style and accents. Though the initial cost of the vinyl fence is more expensive than wood or chain link, over the life of your house, vinyl fencing is actually less costly due to no maintenance, rot, rust or corrosion, and a lifetime transferable warranty.
Cost wise, privacy fencing can be installed at a fraction of the cost of cinder block.
Pros of Vinyl Fencing
The pros of vinyl fencing are numerous. Aesthetically, the right vinyl fence can beautify your property and affect the value of your home, and there’s many styles and colors from which to choose.
As mentioned, vinyl fencing is maintenance free. No painting, rotted posts, or splintering boards.
Lastly, a transferable lifetime warranty on your vinyl fencing.
Downside of Vinyl Fencing
About the only downside to vinyl fencing is the initial cost. Those the fence becomes less expensive over time, the initial cost might be a sticker shock to some people.
Also, if you’re on steeply graded terrain (hillsides) you’ll need to step down your fence, leaving some gaps underneath that might allow some unwelcome critters into your yard. This can be remedies by custom built vinyl fillers, but the word “custom” with anything adds cost.
Lastly, it’s difficult, but not impossible, to build overly large vinyl gates. Many times a steel frame will need to be built due to the rigidity factors, especially if you plan to motorize a vinyl gate.
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