Asheville properties are some of the most beautiful in the state. There are very few places on the East Coast where you can live in or at least near an urban area and still have incredible views of the mountains or listen to a babbling brook. You might expect that near a small mountain town, but not so close to somewhere with so many famous restaurants, world-class art, and premium shopping. Even if you do not have a wide view from your property, the homes and priorities surrounding yours are likely stunning.
There is a great amount of incentive to make sure the fencing you choose to protect your home and yard is as aesthetically pleasing as it is durable and secure. You want to make sure your fencing matches the surrounding beauty, is consistent with the policies of your HOA, and will add to your property and resale value. You also want to make sure your fence is durable, and requires little ongoing maintenance. PVC/Vinyl fencing may be the right choice for your property.
Vinyl Fencing is The Right Choice for Your Asheville Property
One of the most popular building materials is PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which is actually a kind of vinyl. PVC is the only type of vinyl used for fencing, so when you hear of vinyl fencing, it is PVC.
PVC fencing comes in many style options, similar to some wood fence designs, but without the maintenance. It is impervious to insects and moisture and will never rot, split, splinter, or decay. It will never need sanding, sealing, or painting, and is extremely strong.
Place this near a swimming pool with zero concern for water exposure from the pool or sprinklers.
Benefits at a glance:
- Low maintenance
- Wide variety of styles
- Impervious to insects and water
- Well-suited for pool fences
- Free from harmful chemicals and recyclable
If you’re looking for a specific style, perhaps similar to other styles of wooden fences, this can also be an option for you. From privacy, picket, ornamental, and post-and-rail fences, this material can mimic it. Keep in mind, most PVC fences come in white or tan colors.
If you’d like to learn more about PVC fences, contact one of our experts. We’ll be happy to discuss your space, what you’re looking for, and the options available for you.
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