fence manufacture


Q. How long does a fence last?

The lifespan of a fence is dependent upon the material. There is variation between different woods: a cedar fence may last 15 to 30 years, an untreated pine fence might last only 5 to 12 years, and treated pine may last 20 years. Regular maintenance will increase the life of a wood fence. A vinyl fence resists weathering if it’s built-in climates without extreme heat or cold and can last 20 years or more. Depending on the coating and weave, galvanized chain-link fences may last 20 years or more. Metal fences typically need a rust-inhibitor coating applied every few years to lengthen the lifespan.

Q. Does a fence add to the value of a home/property?

Yes. A well-kept fence boosts the value of your home by offering security, privacy, and curb appeal. Potential home buyers will appreciate that the property is already secure and finished.

Q. How do I maintain my fence?

A wood fence requires frequent maintenance since it’s most susceptible to moisture. Staining a fence will help lengthen the longevity of the fence. A wrought-iron or steel fence will need to be treated with a rust inhibitor to prevent rusting. Vinyl fences are low maintenance and can be sprayed off with water when they appear dirty.




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