Placing a PVC fence around your property can benefit you in more ways than simply bordering your property well. The average cost for a PVC fence is around $15 to $30 for a linear foot, with full installation costs including labor, supplies, and time. Your costs will vary depending on how custom you want your PVC fence to be, where you live, and other factors. How large your fence will be also determines what your final costs will be.
You'll get a quote for installing PVC fencing when you have your fence contractor come to your property. The investment in a PVC fence is worth it, and here's why.
You get an attractive and functional fence at once
Many fencing styles are functional, but not altogether attractive. Others are attractive but do little to provide privacy or protection. If you want a fence that does both, then you want to consider installing a PVC fence. This type of fencing is versatile and comes in a variety of styles, so you can pick and choose what main features you want to be most prevalent, while still focusing on both attractive appeal and functionality.
You get a long-lasting fence that requires little maintenance
PVC fencing doesn't require regular maintenance like wood or metal fences might need. Like vinyl fencing, PVC fencing doesn't have to be painted, stained, or sealed to prevent water damage and rust. This type of fence is long-lasting with minimal maintenance, so long as you have your PVC fence installed professionally and attended to regularly for routine maintenance.
After your PVC fence is installed, call your fence contractor if any of the following occur:
- Your fence starts to lean
- Your fence's gate becomes uneven
- Your fence shows signs of sun damage or wear
- Your fence starts to crack or lose pieces
Your fencing contractor can repair your PVC fence if it has minor damage, allowing you to restore your fence for a cheaper cost than replacing it entirely.
You get an attractive and unique fence
If your home's curb appeal is the main focus for installing a fence, and you want unique fencing that your neighbors don't have, then PVC fencing is right for you. PVC fencing comes in solid panels, individual slats, and unique post designs, to allow you to have a custom and unique fence. Your fence contractor will show you several options to help you pick the best one for your needs and budget.Share