When it comes to materials, you have a lot of options when you're choosing a fence. Along with wood and aluminum, fences can also be made from vinyl. If you're considering a vinyl fence, you might have some questions about the material and what makes it a better choice for you compared to wood or aluminum.
We've put together a list of some of the questions people ask most often about vinyl fences and vinyl fence installation in Orlando, Fl and nearby. If you don't see the answer to your question about vinyl fencing, feel free to get in touch with Fence Outlet. We'll be happy to answer any additional questions you have.
Is Vinyl Weather Resistant?
Vinyl is a weather resistant material, meaning it will not be damaged by cold, heat or wet weather. It won't rot after an extended period of rain or when the weather is very humid.
hat said, you will want to take care of your vinyl fence to keep it looking and performing its best for many years to come. You might want to clean your fence from time to time to remove any mold or mildew that might grow on it.
What Types of Vinyl Fences Are Available?
Vinyl fences come in a range of styles and colors. You can choose a classic, white picket fence style vinyl fence or a privacy fence, which has the pickets placed up against each other so that people can't see what's on the other side.
You also have the option of choosing a smooth vinyl or vinyl that has a pattern that imitates wood grain. Some types of vinyl fences are engineered to imitate the look of stone.
Can I Install My Vinyl Fence?
You can install a vinyl fence around your Florida property, but you don't have to do things on your own. Fence Outlet offers professional installation of vinyl and other types of fencing. Even if you would prefer to DIY, we can offer tips and guidance to help you get your project started on the right foot.
How Can I Clean a Vinyl Fence?
You might want to clean your vinyl fence every year or so, to keep it looking good-as-new. To do that, add a capful of laundry detergent to a bucket of warm water. Dip a sponge in the water/detergent mixture, then wipe the fence clean. You can rinse the fence by spraying it with water from a garden hose.
If you have more questions about vinyl fences, pay a visit to the Fence Outlet nearest you. We have seven locations, in Orlando, North Port, Daytona, Melbourne, Port Richey, Oviedo, and Tampa.