Section #1 Q and A (Vinyl)
A: Crude oil, natural gas, and chloride are the raw materials used in the production of vinyl chloride (PVC) resin. Vinyl compound is formulated from raw materials that include the PVC resin, UV inhibitors, impact modifiers, stabilizers and toners.
We offer six colors in fencing and railing. They are: White, tan, clay, almond, and gray.
All our vinyl products for property owners carry a transferable lifetime limited warranty. Our warranty for commercial customers (non-living entities) is good for 30 years.
As with most PVC products, vinyl will become less flexible in the colder weather, however vinyl products are designed to accommodate normal temperature swings. The impact inhibitors used to prevent breaking also help the products withstand the cold weather conditions. Under normal use the fence will not break when installed properly. Vinyl boards, pickets and rails are easily replaced if damaged.
As with all exterior products, our fence will become dirty when exposed to the elements. A mild detergent and water should be sufficient to keep fencing, decking, and railings looking new. For tough stains, simple green, soft scrub, or baking soda work well.
Section #2 Q and A (Chain Link)
Chain link fabric comes in a variety of gauges. Gauge is the diameter of the wire: the larger the number the smaller the diameter. We can get them in 6 gauge, 9 gauge, 11 gauge, 11.5 gauge, 12 gauge, 12.5 gauge, and 14 gauge.
Hot Dipped simply means galvanized steel. It is most commonly used on tips of post and wires used. We can also get wire that has been vinyl coated that provides a color effect.
We can provide brown, black, and green colors.
Section #3 Q and A (Wood)
The most common woods used to build a fence are Western Red Cedar, Northern White Cedar, and treated wood.
Yes, if the stain has a brown tint, a trisodium phosphate is best. If the stain has a black tint, an oxalic acid is best.
Chlorine based or oxygen types are effective against mildew and fungi, so in other words, it can help clean your wood fence.
Section #4 Q and A (Aluminum and Steel)
We have Pearl Black, White, Bronze, Forest Green, Walnut Brown, and Designer Beige.
Most counties have their own restrictions on how high a railing can be or needs to be. Most commonly we use a 32” to 36” railing.
Other than the fact that they are different metals, they give off the same look effect and are both built to high quality. The steel is a lot heavier of a material, therefore a little bit more expensive.
That depends on what type you are going with. We can get anywhere from 32” to 144” high.
Yes, we can install a fence with snow on the ground. It takes a little bit more work because we have to dig through the snow to get to the ground, but it can be done.
All it takes is a phone call! We will come out and quote any job for free. The office assistant will take as much info as possible. But it is okay if you are not sure what you want we will bring you some ideas to aid you.