The Longest Lasting Fencing Materials On The Market
Any investment you make into your home should last for as long as possible. This is a concept we embrace here at A Perfect 10 Fencing. We believe that the longest lasting fence materials on the market are the only ones we should use. Here are four primary residential fencing materials we utilize in our business.
By far one of the most popular long-lasting fence materials, wood fences can last upwards of 30 years if maintained properly. Of course, your mileage may vary: cheaper wood fences such as pine or spruce won’t last as long as higher quality maple.
Nevertheless, a wood fence is often one of the lowest cost options for privacy, aesthetics, and as an extension to your pergola or decking. In addition, since wood is a natural material, it can give your property a unique look.
Chain-link fencing has an average lifespan of 20 years. A well-positioned chain-link fence can add a sense of security while maintaining an open view. Chain-link fences are also great options for parents and pet-owners as neither will feel constrained yet are still contained within your yard.
A common misconception is that a chain-link fence is weak. Contrary to popular belief, as one of the longest lasting fence materials, chain-link fences are also quite durable.
Other types of metal fencing
Chain-link fences aren’t the only kind of metal materials out there. There are three other common types of metal fencing. They include:
- Steel, and;
Generally speaking, these types of fences are beautiful additions to any property. They can withstand high winds, heavy rains, and just about anything else Mother Nature throws their way. They’re not as private, but with the right kind of maintenance, are excellent long-lasting fence materials. They also come in various unique designs, which can be advantageous to your home’s property value.
Vinyl fencing is an increasingly popular option for homeowners and businesses alike. More weather resistant than wood or metal fences, vinyl fences won’t chip, fade, rust, rot, or peel.
The expected lifespan is well over 30 years for properly built vinyl fencing. In fact, it’s possibly the longest lasting fence material on our list today. Unlike wood, there’s no need to stain vinyl fencing. Compared to metal, there’s no need to apply annual powder coatings. You should still keep trees and shrubs clear of your fencing, but generally speaking, your maintenance costs are lower with vinyl over the other types of fencing.
Lasting fence materials from A Perfect 10 Fencing
Our commitment to you, regardless of the type of fencing you choose, is to only use long-lasting fence materials. When we work with a customer, we help them select the best type of fencing for their property. As Brooksville’s best fencing contractor, we’d love to get to know you and help you plan your picture-perfect fence. Contact any one of our A Perfect 10 Fencing team members by calling us at 727-457-6962 or by filling out our contact form.