Vinyl fencing has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially as homeowners begin replacing their older wooden fences. Vinyl is similar to wood in appearance and function, but has a much longer service life and requires half the maintenance of a wood fence. Plus, vinyl is easily customizable.
If you’re looking for a way to revamp your front or backyard appearance, consider one of these five vinyl fence designs:
Just like wood, vinyl fencing can be built in a picket style for front yard or garden fencing. Shaped with a closed top, level top, or scalloped top, this fence style is often used for areas where you want better visibility as opposed to privacy.
Vinyl fencing is also a top choice for privacy fencing. It can be installed solid like wood, but won’t degrade over time. Vinyl requires little to no maintenance and its color will not fade over time, making it an ideal option for homes and commercial applications.
Shadowbox fencing is similar to solid privacy fencing but the boards are layered with a gap in between to create a unique “shadow” effect. This design not only adds some visibility between your fence and the outside world, but can increase airflow on hot summer days.
If you already have a shorter wood or stone fence, you can add height to it with a vinyl fence topper. These can be fully customized to add a decorative flair to your fence, and easily adds a foot or more of height to your design.
Horizontal vinyl fencing is not common but adds a beautiful aesthetic feature to your yard. Horizontal fencing is considered very modern and chic. If you want your vinyl to stand out from others around the neighborhood, this is the perfect option for you.
FloriFence specializes in vinyl fencing for both home and commercial applications. If you are interested in learning more about vinyl fencing for your property, give us a call today!