Why is vinyl fencing the future of fencing?
Vinyl fencing is the future in more ways than one. More and more people are choosing to use vinyl PVC fences for their property because they stand the test of time. All sorts of things wear down wood fencing. Both rain and sunshine have a negative effect on traditional wooden fencing.
When is vinyl horse fence out of stock?
OUT OF STOCK UNTIL DECEMBER 2022-Our beautiful mocha walnut wood grain vinyl horse fencing and PVC horse fencing gives the look of wood without the maintenance. Perfect for use on ranches, farms, pastures, property lines, as well as for holding livestock and horses.
Can a vinyl fence be used for privacy?
Vinyl fencing can provide total privacy for your home. Depending on which style of vinyl fencing you select, you have a gapless screen around your yard. Think of all the choices that will open up to you aesthetically if you had a solid vinyl fence curtaining your property.
Can a chain link fence be made out of vinyl?
Flexibility is key to strength in any engineering design. Wood or chain link may start out with that same flexibility, but after rot or rust sets in from time out in the elements, those materials become much frailer. Vinyl fences do not break down in that way.
What can you do with a vinyl fence?
Our do-it-yourself vinyl fences mimic the look of wood fences and can be used in all the same areas: pool enclosures, property fencing, horse paddocks, decoration, etc. And a vinyl fence is much more aesthetically pleasing than a chain link fence, for example, which can be a major chore to install, not to mention repair when damaged.
What happens when you take the flame away from a vinyl fence?
However, once you take the flame away, the fence will self-extinguish itself. This is great news for summertime barbecues, backyard fireworks shows, and other fire-related mishaps!
What’s the flash point on a vinyl fence?
Most vinyl fences have a flash point of 900 degrees Fahrenheit—and they don’t easily ignite. If you were to hold a flame to your vinyl fence, it will burn. However, once you take the flame away, the fence will self-extinguish itself. This is great news for summertime barbecues, backyard fireworks shows, and other fire-related mishaps!