If a vinyl fence experiences direct impact, such as a car hitting the fence line, it can break. Under normal conditions, your vinyl fence should not experience breakage as long as it has been installed properly. If your vinyl fence is broken, the pickets, planks, and rails can be replaced easily.
Your vinyl fence will become dirty as it is exposed to the elements. To properly clean your vinyl fence, you will want to use water and a mild detergent to clean away dirt and grime. If you have tougher stains, use soft scrub or baking soda for stubborn stains.
When it comes to vinyl fencing, you can expect to do very little maintenance. When used under normal conditions, you will likely need to annually wash the fence to keep it looking its best. Painting and staining are not needed.
In most cases, any fence style that Is available in wood or ornamental iron can also be made from vinyl. There are a large variety of vinyl fencing styles available, along with endlessly customizable designs.
Vinyl fencing is available in three basic colors: white, tan, and clay. Since titanium dioxide is a color loss and change inhibitor and is white, darker colored vinyl is hard to achieve. We can provide vinyl fencing in many custom colors.
Vinyl fencing is considered self-extinguishing. With a flashpoint of around 900-degree, vinyl does not easily ignite.
Vinyl is made of the base ingredient rigid polyvinyl chloride (PVC) homopolymer compound. Vinyl also contains a high level of titanium dioxide pigment for long-lasting UV light resistance, as well as impact modifiers that provide the vinyl with strength and structural integrity.