Three Ways To Make Your Vinyl Fence Stand Out

Vinyl fences are growing fast in popularity because of their unique advantages over other materials. They are durable, water-resistant, and incredibly easy to maintain. Plus, with FloriFence’s powder-coat technology, you’ll never have to worry about paint retouching or fading over time. However, even the most beautiful vinyl fence can start to look plain after a while. Below are some of our tips for keeping yours at the top of its game all year long. 

Keep your vinyl clean 

One surefire way to make your fence stand out in a bad way is to let it get dirty or stained over time. While vinyl is generally stain- and rot-resistant, dirt can make it look more faded than it actually is. Be sure to spray your vinyl fence down with a garden hose every few months to keep it looking brand new. 

Add fun planters and garden elements

Vinyl fences are incredibly durable, which means you can hang a variety of planters, outdoor lighting, and other decorative elements to them. Vinyl is also ideal for climbing vines such as honeysuckle and star jasmine which grow beautifully in the Florida springtime. If you’re an avid gardener, these easy additions can liven up your fence and your home’s overall curb appeal. 

Make a grand entrance

If you’re thinking of installing a new vinyl fence, don’t be afraid to make your gate entrance stand out. FloriFence offers a variety of gate options including custom trim, double doors, and other modern styles to provide a unique look for your vinyl fence. We also offer automatic gates in some styles, so ask your sales specialist for all of your options before you make a decision.

FloriFence has so many different ways to customize your vinyl fence. Ask us about powder coating, custom toppers, and more during your consultation!

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