As an alternative to wood, vinyl fence requires no painting or staining. It will not rot, warp or splinter. Vinyl fence will keep its good look for years longer than wood fence with no maintenance required.
Installation: We provide installation instructions with each order. A lot of assembly information is available here so you can get a sneak preview of the work involved. The hardest part to install vinyl fences is digging in mother earth and mixing the concrete. The vinyl components are light-weight and easy to handle. You could save thousands of dollars installing your own vinyl fence. The skill level required would be comparable to installing a wood fence. If you can use a level and string and have some sense of what looks good, you can install a vinyl fence. Generally, you can dig a hole, assemble a section at a time, and continue to the end of a line. When you have it looking the way you like it, concrete the posts last. This allows you the freedom to raise and lower sections and level posts as you go minimizing the possibility of error. Don't concrete posts until you like what you see.
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