Vinyl Fence

Vinyl Fence

vinyl fenceVinyl Fencing is fast becoming one of the most popular fencing materials on the market. It’s stronger and more durable than wood, never needs to be painted, resists graffiti, and usually comes with a lifetime warranty. If you’re looking for the last fence you’ll ever have to buy, take a peek at vinyl fencing. It might be exactly what you’ve been searching for.

Stronger and More Flexible

Maybe the most convincing reason to choose vinyl over wood is its strength and flexibility. Some manufacturers claim that fence made from vinyl is up to five times stronger and four times more flexible than comparable wood fences. This makes it ideal for just about any application, including fencing for your yard, your pool, or keeping your livestock at bay. Whatever you need a fencing for, vinyl does the trick.

Maintenance Free

Another big draw of vinyl fence is the fact that it’s virtually maintenance free. Because it is one color through and through it will never need to be painted, and scratches and scrapes will never be a problem. In fact, vinyl actually resists paint, making this fence “graffiti resistant” since any unwanted paint jobs are easily scrubbed off. Finally, because it’s made of high-quality vinyl, the only cleaning your new fence will ever need is a yearly hosing off with soap and water.

More Bang For Your Buck

 

Vinyl Fence or PVC fence offered by Big Jerry’s Fencing is made using synthetic plastics, such as vinyl (PVC), polypropylene, Nylon, polythene (polyethylene) or from various recycled plastics. Vinyl fencing was first introduced to the agricultural industry in the 1980’s as a low cost/durable solution for long lasting horse fencing. Now, vinyl fencing is used for agricultural fencing, horse racing and residential use. Vinyl fence is generally available preformed, in a wide variety of styles. It tends to be easy to clean, resists weathering and has low maintenance requirements. However, it also can be more expensive than comparable materials, and cheaper products can be less sturdy than more traditional fence materials. Some types may become brittle, faded or degrade in quality after long exposure to extreme hot or cold conditions. Recently, titanium dioxide (TiO2) has proven to be a beneficial additive in the manufacturing process of vinyl. This has greatly improved the durability of vinyl by providing essential UV protection from the sun’s harmful rays, preventing premature aging and cracking of the product, making it more durable than other materials such as wood.

Synthetic materials used for residential fences can be in a solid cast form, or a reinforced hollow rail design that resembles sawed timber, Most commonly extruded profiles. Higher quality vinyl fence components are ribbed or include reinforcements, often of aluminum, for added strength. For agricultural use, synthetic fencing can consist of a heavy synthetic strapping product inlaid with cable, synthetic-coated high-tensile wire, or a synthetic coating over a wood or metal rail or plank. Residential synthetic fencing products are usually hollow, and thus too fragile to contain livestock, but some designs may be suitable for containing dogs or other pets. Residential grade rails are also made of a thinner material.

Vinyl Fences are used as the side-rails along horse racecourses, because they make a good visual barrier for the horses, but are unlikely to cause injury if horses break through them.

Vinyl fence profiles are made in a wide range of sizes and shapes. They come in many different colors which are integrated during the extrusion process, which means they do not require painting. Usually this ability to resist discoloration leads many manufacturers to offer very long warranties, from decades up to “lifetime” for some brands.

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North Carolina Office:  919-210-5172
Nash County Office: 919-995-0689

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Jacksonville: 904-476-2528
Orlando: 407-574-6644
Tampa: 813-865-4858

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