Basic Fence Installation Instruction
It is true that Utah vinyl fencing can be more expensive than wood-type fences. There are those of you who possibly don't even have a vinyl fence. We have a variety of photos of vinyl fencing on our website for your review. One of the many advantages of vinyl fencing is that they come in pieces that can be assembled relatively easily. Unfortunately, some companies out there do not install Utah vinyl fencing correctly, requiring vinyl fence repair (Salt Lake City and Utah communities). The installation of a vinyl fence can indeed be easier than installing a wood fence, as wood fences come in fewer pieces. Before attempting a vinyl fence install yourself, you may need some installation background, but many people have found that installing a vinyl fence is very doable.
Vinyl fences have been compared to the likes of vintage artwork because they make a yard surrounding a home look even better, can go with most colors, and can last for decades longer than traditional wood fencing. Additionally vinyl fencing never fades, so you don't have to worry about vinyl fence repair (Salt Lake City and Utah communities), re-finishing or repainting the fence. Some of our customers have even remarked that their new vinyl fence offers peace of mind that cannot be purchased. We're sure you've heard the old saying; "time is money." Indeed, purchasing a vinyl fence will save you time over the long run, and hence money.
We have included in this article, some brief and basic instruction on how to install Utah vinyl fencing. There are many ways to install vinyl fencing, so if you have any questions, please give us (Vinyl Industries) a call.
- Dig deep holes for the posts. We recommend holes that are at a minimum of 27 inches in depth. This depth can provide the stability needed for your fence, but you also need to consider average wind speeds in your neighborhood. High wind areas may need deeper holes to be dug. Ensure the post holes are dug according to the measurement of the panels (top and bottom) that will need to be placed between each post.
- Sloped terrain requires a 'step' approach. In other words, ensure that the top of your fence posts are on the same line. You can begin with shorter fencing on the 'uphill' portion of your property, with the longer pieces remaining on the 'downhill' portion. This will help minimize differences in your fence height, but keep in mind that the more dramatic your property slope, the less likel
These instructions are very basic and intended to give a rough outline of Utah vinyl fencing installation. Vinyl Industries has installed thousands of vinyl fences since being in business, and would welcome the chance to answer any questions that you may have. If you are in need of vinyl fence repair (Salt Lake City and Utah communities), take time to call us today!