Composite fencing, sometimes referred to as PVC or vinyl fencing, is made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This material is perfect for a fence installation on both large and small residential properties. Homeowners can spend more time enjoying daily activities while knowing that their property is visually appealing and secure thanks to the durability and ease of maintenance of composite fencing.
Resistance to the Elements
PVC fencing today is resistant to the fading and discoloration that older vinyl materials have been susceptible to in the past. Ultraviolet radiation breaks down materials, making them weaker and brittle as well as faded. PVC fencing is robust enough to withstand the effects of UV radiation from the sun. It will not warp or fade through the years.
Another advantage to composite fencing is that it is impervious to pests and rot. It will not harbor damaging insects like termites or wood-boring beetles. Because it is not affected by moisture, it will resist the growth of mold and mildew as well.
Caring for your vinyl fence is easy. Using your garden hose, a simple rinse on a monthly basis can take care of typical amounts of dust and soil. When this type of fence needs a more thorough cleaning, soapy water and a sponge are more than adequate to handle most messes. Composite fencing will not absorb scents of animals, which again makes it ideal for use on rural or livestock properties. Vinyl fences also withstand the effects of wind, and remain straight and true for years.
To learn more about the many benefits of PVC composite fencing, visit FenceWorks of Georgia, Inc. online. We carry many different styles that are appropriate for both residential and farmland applications. Contact us at (770) 452-9900 to schedule your fence installation today.