NOT ALL VINYL IS MADE EQUAL
When choosing vinyl, it’s important to know that there are varying degrees of quality in the market. Cheaper vinyl is thin with fewer UV inhibiting layers. This means that over time the sun can deteriorate it and it can become brittle and break because it’s thin. If you want vinyl fencing that will last, it’s essential to get a professional grade fence with a lifetime warranty. This will ensure that it will last a lifetime and perform over time.
Thicker materials can also withstand a little more of a beating, such as a child throwing something at the fence. Cheap vinyl can easily break and get holes, whereas quality vinyl can withstand some reasonable wear and tear. Not all dealers are straightforward about quality. At Bay Area Automatic Gates & Fences, we know how hard you work for your money and as such ensure that you get the very best from world-renowned manufacturers. Although they will differ in pricing, our products are well worth it.
INSTALLING VINYL FENCES
Digging for Vinyl Fences
Installing vinyl fencing can be a big job. Traditionally this requires digging deep holes with a power auger and pouring concrete. After that, you’re stuck with a torn up yard and a lot of dirt to get rid of. Fortunately, there are some dig less vinyl fences on the market that let you install without digging holes or pouring cement. This makes the whole install a whole lot easier and cleaner. These fences are installed by driving a pipe into the ground with a manual or pneumatic post ponder. Driving the pipe into the ground has been used to install a chain link fence for years, but until recently it hasn’t been used for vinyl due to potentially crooked posts.
Installing Vinyl Fences without Digging
These dig less commercial vinyl fences have some leveling devices to make sure the fence posts are straight. This makes the install not only easy, but it looks professional as well. Most homeowners who are even half-handy can tackle these dig less vinyl fencing installs. At Bay Area Automatic Gates & Fences, we have invested a lot of time and resources in training our staff to do a good job. Although some people think that installing a fence is a DIY job, it couldn’t be further from the truth. A professional’s installation is clearly evident.
VINYL FENCE MAINTENANCE
With a good quality vinyl, you won’t need to paint or stain your commercial fence. The only thing you need to worry about with vinyl is inevitable dirt and dust that will land on it. This is easy to manage since you can rinse it off with a hose or use a pressure washer to give it a really good cleaning. You never need to sand it, stain it, or paint it. And best of all, it won’t rot or deteriorate after a few years either. Vinyl truly is a great choice for the long run, and though more expensive initially, the cost savings of maintaining and replacing make it truly less expensive in the long run.