Facts About Vinyl Fences for Homes in Northern VA

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Vinyl fences are aesthetically pleasing, incredibly durable, and relatively easy to maintain, making them the ideal choice for new fencing for homes in Northern VA. If you are undecided on what type of fencing you should install on your property in Northern VA, let’s go over some facts on vinyl fences.

  • When properly cared for, vinyl fences can last homeowners in Northern VA for more than 20 years. Some vinyl fences come with a lifetime warranty because they are built to last.
  • While vinyl fences are pretty durable, they also stand up to pests that cannot chew, scratch, or burrow through the tough plastic of vinyl fences. This feature is part of what makes vinyl fences last so long, unlike wood fences that are not pest friendly.
  • Vinyl fences are a good choice for any climate. Wood or iron fences do not last as well as vinyl in just any weather. Wooden fences eventually rot and warp, and iron fences tend to rust with rainy climates. Harsh sun and dry winds can dry out wood fences and become discolored, and iron fences become scratched and bleached. Vinyl fences have none of these issues in dry or moist weather, making it a good choice for homes in Northern VA.
  • Vinyl fences are easy to maintain. Periodic cleaning with soap and water is about all that is needed. As with any structure around your home in Northern VA, vinyl fencing should be checked for any structural damage and fixed as soon as possible. You want your fencing to serve its purpose, and if you have a broken section of fencing, you will want it repaired quickly. Sometimes branches or something else could fall on your fence and causes damage and needs to be repaired.
  • Vinyl fences are self–extinguishing. Most vinyl fences have a flashpoint of 900 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning they do not ignite easily.
  • Vinyl fencing is not treated with any harsh or hazardous chemicals making it non–toxic. It is recyclable and protects the environment.

These facts alone are why you should consider a vinyl fence for your next fencing project at your home in Northern VA. Call the experts at Hal Co Fence, and they can answer any questions you might have about vinyl fencing.

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