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Vinyl Fence For Your Dream House

Fences that add beauty and last a lifetime are a wonderful solution for a picture-perfect home. These are vinyl fences, made of a hard plastic material that is so durable; it can stand the rigors of weather. They are easy to assemble and maintain.

A vinyl fence is less expensive than wood, but can be made to look like wood. One advantage: it does not splinter like wood does, so it won’t hurt your fingers, or your child’s. Vinyl fence can be purchased in panels or pre-made sections.

There are different qualities of vinyl fence material. Low-grade cheaper vinyl is thin and has less ultraviolet rays inhibitors. Prolonged exposure to the sun can make it brittle. There is a high quality vinyl fence which is of a professional grade, and has a lifetime warranty. It is made of thicker material. It can withstand the sizzling temperature during daytime exposure to the sun, and will not break easily when objects are thrown on it.

Laying Down The Fence

Traditional installation of vinyl fence entails digging deep holes for the posts, and working with cement and other messy things. There is also the dig-less vinyl fence, which is on the market today. This kind bypasses the method of digging holes and pouring cement. They are installed by driving pipe into the ground with a manual or pneumatic post pounder.

When The Work Is Done

A vinyl fence needs minimal maintenance. Once it is in place, you won’t have to worry about work that needs to be done for them. There is no need for repainting and staining after some years like what you would do with a wooden fence. You don’t need to worry about rotting and termite infiltration. All it needs is water, a hose, and a rag for a good cleaning, which will not be very often.

Contact Info

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Gold Star Fencing Inc.
1964 Oliver Ranch Road,
Okanagan Falls, BC

(250) 490-7836

Mailing Address:
Box 31,
Okanagan Falls, BC
V0H 1R0

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