PVC Fences

Choose from a selection of white/tan vinyl options available for purchase: 

  • Vinyl/PVC Privacy

  •  Vinyl/PVC Semi-Privacy 

  • Vinyl/PVC Lattice 

  • Vinyl/PVC Picket 

  • Vinyl/PVC Custom

No matter what they’re facing, vinyl fences stand strong. They won’t rot, blister, or allow the growth of fungus, and you won’t have to worry about them splitting or cracking due to weather or old age. Plus, vinyl fences are resistant to fire and impenetrable to pests. Let’s take a moment to compare vinyl to wood fencing. Wood can be an appetizing meal for a colony of thermites but termite damage isn’t an issue of concern for vinyl fences. Although wood can last for up to 20 years, it will break down over time – whereas vinyl fencing can last for decades with little to no maintenance on your end. You also don’t need to purchase any additional sealants with vinyl – unlike with wood products which need to be pressure treated, chemically treated, and preserved with a sealant. Finally, vinyl fencing won’t splinter, making it child-friendly.