We offer some of the finest vinyl fencing installation available to Austin in both privacy and picket fence styles.
Vinyl Fencing is a plastic-based alternative for fencing instead of wood or chain-link type fences. Vinyl is also very flexible, which makes it a good choice for extreme weather conditions such as strong winds, rain, and snow. Vinyl Fencing is also easy to wash, all you need is soap and water. You will never have to stain or paint a vinyl fence because the color does not fade or wear out.
Other benefits for vinyl fences:
- Resistant to moisture and humidity
- Can be made in a variety of different colors to match your home
- Vinyl is an eco-friendly substance compared to other materials – it requires less energy to make and releases lower emissions into the environment
- Vinyl does not rot and is bug resistant
- Vinyl is free of harmful chemicals
Vinyl has proved itself to be a valuable material.
NOTHING IS AS TRADITIONAL AS A WOOD. THE OPTION OF A WOOD FENCE OFFERS NATURAL QUALITY, PRIVACY, AND STRENGTH WITH AFFORDABLE MAINTENANCE.
If you are looking for security and privacy consider wood-fencing. Wood fencing is a timeless look. A wooden privacy fence provides the sense of security you want. They are also available in a picket style, which gives your yard a charming look.
Popular Types of Wood
The most popular woods used for fencing are pine and cedar, though cypress and redwood are also good options.
Pine wood is common because of its relatively inexpensive cost and longevity. It’s also soft and therefore easy to work with, and it resists shrinkage.
Cedar doesn’t require much maintenance and the wood contains natural insect-repelling substances. Its pleasant scent and pleasing look also make it desirable, though it is more expensive than some other types of wood.
Cypress is a popular alternative to cedar because it’s also insect-resistant and similar in price. It has a nice aroma and few knots.
Redwood is also insect-resistant and long lasting, and many people prefer its look, though it is similarly priced to cedar.
Wood fences can keep pets and children out of harm’s way, and they do so with a sense of style.
WROUGHT IRON FENCING
wrought iron is composed entirely of iron, whereas steel fencing contains an alloy of iron and carbon.
Beauty and utility are some of our favorite concepts, and a wrought iron fence combines the two in a very classy way. While its versatile good looks can run the gamut from upscale elegant to over-the-top ornate, fencing made from wrought iron also has a whole slew of practical advantages to offer you. Here are some reasons why we love wrought iron fencing:
1. Wrought iron has much greater rust resistance than pure iron.
2. Wrought iron can rust eventually, however, a simple paint job every 3-4 years or a more elaborate one each decade will keep it looking great.
3. Wrought iron fence is strong and extremely longwearing. In fact, it is known as “100-year fencing” due to its durability. It’s also resistant to shock, denting, and bending.
4. Because of their strength, fences of wrought iron excel at various security functions. They can safeguard children and pets in your yard (though you’ll need to choose a style that precludes jumping or climbing in the former case and slipping out between too-widely-spaced bars in the latter). They may be used as a safety fence around your swimming pool. Finally, the tallest wrought iron barriers are excellent at keeping out intruders, whether human or animal.
5. Wrought iron fencing is made in a wide range of styles which will complement any home decor, whether traditional or modern, formal or casual.
A small (or even a large) portion of your wrought iron fencing can be repaired without any necessity to replace the entire fence.
Chain link provides an economical fence system to secure exterior or interior things such as electrical boxes, dumpsters, maintenance areas, storage & more.
Privacy slats can be added in areas where privacy is an issue or to hide an undesirable view. Chain link is available in 3/8″ to the standard 2″ diamond mesh. For high security areas, select a smaller mesh size where foot/hand holds are not possible. Interior applications include storage areas and mechanics areas.
Barbed wire and ribbon wire can also be added for extra security.