One of the essential considerations when picking a fence is its material. The most popular choice nowadays is vinyl. It is a low maintenance fencing option and is child-friendly since it does not splinter.
It is also impenetrable to pests, fire-resistant and does not crack or split due to old age and weather. There are various options for property owners who opt for a vinyl fence for their Utah home or business. Here are some of these options.
These are primarily intended to block the view of passers-by and neighbors. Privacy fences generally have tightly interlocked tongues and groove pickets which provide a solid barrier.
The vinyl paneling for privacy fences is 4–6 ft. with a width of up to 8 ft. The fences come in various colors and top end designs including vertical, woven lattice, crisscross and horizontal models.
These are sometimes referred to as semi-privacy fences since passers-by can peer through them from certain angles. Shadowbox fences have staggered — rather than interlocking — panels, although they overlap. The staggers make them aesthetically appealing.
Your choice of height for a shadowbox fence depends on your setting, although most of them are approximately 6 ft. tall.
These are designed to mimic the look of traditional wooden picket fences. They are primarily used for decoration rather than privacy or security. They are also used to keep children and pets in one area of a compound. Picket vinyl fences are typically up to 4ft high.
These options will fit virtually all landscapes and functions. If you do not find one to suit your taste, you can opt for a customized vinyl fence.
You should ensure your fence is installed with high-quality fasteners, inserts, and screws to prevent rust from your fasteners, which will compromise your vinyl fence. To enhance its durability, wash your fence periodically more so after storms.