When it comes to your commercial fence, you want a nice aesthetic along with good quality. That is why it is important to look into all of your options for which fencing material you would like before making a final decision. All materials have their benefits, but it really just depends on your specific needs. Here are some pros and cons of PVC vinyl fences to make your decision easier.
Vinyl is a very lightweight material that is easy to install. With recent improvements in technology, materials have been added to keep the color from fading quickly, so it will last you a good while. Some PVC vinyl fences have aluminum put in the inside to add even more strength and durability. It is a very low maintenance option, only requiring that you wash it on occasion so that no mold builds up on it. It doesn’t rot or get affected by insects chewing at it, so it has a pretty long lifespan. PVC vinyl fences come in a variety of colors and designs, so it can be customized to fit your aesthetic vision perfectly!
PVC vinyl fences aren’t as strong as materials like wood or chain link, so if you are looking for a high security fence, this may not be the best option. The fence is put together by attaching several pieces to one another, so there aren’t any nails or screws involved. This makes these fences easier to detach and break. In addition, when PVC vinyl fences are in extreme temperatures for too long, it makes the vinyl fragile, meaning the fences are more susceptible to breaking. Though manufacturers have figured out a way to keep the color on these fences from fading quickly, the color will still probably fade overtime when it is exposed to sunlight.
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