if you want your wood fence to last awhile, you will need to invest in a pressure-treated and chemically-treated product, and you may need to apply a preservative sealant. what a hassle stick with vinyl if you want a strong, long-lasting fence. winner: vinyl is the clear victor when it comes to wood vs. vinyl fencing durability.
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all you need to know about fence materials early vinyl fencing products had a tendency to yellow, for a better look and a longer life, consider upgrading to vinyl-coated chain link.
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life expectancy of the fence; regularly cleaning your vinyl fence to avoid any surface build-up can extend your fence life by five to seven years. well maintained vinyl fencing is estimated to last over twenty-five years. iron fencing. the durability of the material; iron fencing has strong mechanical properties and if powder coated it can be
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vinyl rail fencing has the look of wooden boards and is a good choice for defining boundaries and other areas of the landscape. typical panels can be 4 to 6 feet tall and 5 to 7 feet wide. some panels allow limited racking, but others need to be stair-stepped. vinyl rails range from 8 to 16 feet long. rail fencing is rackable.