America’s Fence Store prioritizes strength and longevity in building vinyl fence panels and parts. Unlike wood and ornamental, vinyl is rust resistant and built to withstand the elements. If you live in the Midwest, you know how the weather changes from sweltering hot to blistering cold throughout the year. Having a fence that does not rust, warp, or buckle due to temperature changes is extremely valuable. What’s more, vinyl fencing adds elegance to your property—enhancing curb appeal—and has the potential to boost your property value.
What are the advantages of vinyl fence panels over wood fencing? First of all, vinyl is a self-extinguishing material that doesn’t easily burn. What’s more, wood-eating insects such as termites tend to avoid vinyl, so you don’t have to worry about insect damage on your fence. We also use a chemical formulation with a function similar to sunscreen—so your fence should not lose its color. The only typical “aging” effect is a slight loss of the fence’s natural sheen.
America’s Fence Store offers a variety of vinyl fence panel types: privacy, semi-privacy, picket, closed picket, overscallop picket, underscallop picket, porch and deck, ranch rail, and specialty products. Privacy fencing does just what its name implies: it provides a physical and visual barrier around your residence. Semi-privacy does the same, but with a slightly wider gap between the vinyl fence pickets—thereby allowing some limited visibility into and out of your yard. Vinyl picket fencing is great for helping children and pets in the yard and helps ante your curb appeal. Ranch rail fencing is attractive and useful for containing livestock.
Vinyl specialty products available here at America’s Fence Store include gazebos, mailboxes, arbors, and pergolas.