When you are looking to invest in a fence for your home or business, it is worth looking at a Kroy vinyl fence.
There are so many advantage of a vinyl fence over a wood fence that it is amazing.
There are some things to consider when choosing a vinyl fence. Here is a look at some common questions and issues with vinyl fences.
If you are looking for a beautiful and virtually maintenance free fencing option, vinyl is an excellent choice.
There is practically no upkeep required, unlike traditional wood fences which must be constantly maintained against breakage and decay.
A Kroy vinyl fence has a lifetime warranty against defects and is well worth the money since you will never have to replace it.
It is also a great selling feature of your home should you choose to move at some point.
Installation of a vinyl fence is much the same of a wood or chain link fence.
Depending on your climate and terrain you will want to have the posts cemented into the ground. Make sure that the hole extends below the frost line for stability.
The easiest way to get your new vinyl fence put up is to have Kroy’s team of experts install it for you.
This way you are sure that it is done correctly and that you will not have any additional problems down the line.
Caring for your vinyl fence is very simple. Once a year you simply need to wash it with water and a mild detergent solution to help it continue to look a good as new.
Mildew can accumulate in the places where the pieces of the fence meet. Cleaning this is simple as well. Simply use soap and warm water to wash it away.
Even paint comes off of vinyl fencing easily. You can use soap and water, a pressure washer, and for the very stubborn spots, use 400 grit sandpaper.
Upkeep on vinyl fences is very easy, especially compared to other types of fencing.
Vinyl fencing is also very durable. It can break if it is hit directly, but it is very strong. It does not, under normal circumstances, chip, peel, or break.
It also can withstand strong wind gusts.
That is not to say that your fence will be left standing after a tornado, but it will stand up to normal wind loads.
Many people are concerned about vinyl fencing becoming brittle in colder weather. Kroy vinyl fencing will not crack or break in cold weather.
You also need not be concerned about it expanding, since the installers will allow for this when they put your fence up.
Choosing a Kroy vinyl fence is a very smart investment.
They are built for beauty and strength and will last you a very long time.
You will not be disappointed in your vinyl fence.