Vinyl fencing can be the lovely accent needed to set off a garden, show pride of place along a sidewalk, or give a little privacy in a crowded neighborhood. Vinyl fencing installers use the right tools, a lot of experience, and well-trained crews to accomplish in a day what the regular homeowner would need several weeks to accomplish as a DIY project.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or vinyl fencing is an attractive fencing option for installations where looks matter more than security. Vinyl fencing installers can provide picket fences, privacy screens, animal barriers and other decorative solutions.
Vinyl fencing installers generally offer a catalog of finishes, from plain white to faux stone, wood texture, or several color options.
Ask any prospective vinyl fence installers for references, their procedures for getting an 811 clearance (call before digging), local permitting, and liability insurance. Try to get three bids, using this list near you to find local fencing companies. Ask for a scope of work and an estimated timeline for completing your vinyl fence.