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Why Vinyl is the Best Choice for a Privacy Fence
A privacy fence is one that is tall and solid enough to block prying eyes and even muffle sounds from your backyard. Wood is a popular material for such fences, but it can splinter and fade in the weather (or leave those annoying arcs of fading caused by sprinklers hitting the wood). Vinyl is tougher and more impact-resistant. It comes in a huge variety of styles — some of which look just like wood — and costs about the same as premium-quality wood. Best of all, it will last much, much longer, in most cases for a lifetime. Note: To increase the noise-buffering qualities of your vinyl privacy fence, consider adding a layer of bushes in front of the fence. Enjoy your backyard in peace and quiet!


Benefits of a Vinyl Pool Fence
Safety fences are absolute essentials for backyard pool owners. They protect against accidental drowning, discourage trespassing, and help keep debris and animals away from the water. Vinyl may be one of the best materials choices for a pool fence, because it’s durable, attractive, versatile, reliable, and practical. Wood and chain link fences are more easily damaged, and they can be painful to brush up against with bare skin. Ornamental fencing is attractive but more expensive, and vinyl pool fence can be designed in colors and styles that mimic ornamental materials.


Why Vinyl is the Best Choice for Railings
Safety is the whole point of installing railings around decks or staircases, so why would you choose a material that gets more hazardous as time goes on? That’s what happens with even high-quality wood. Over time it will splinter and crack, requiring maintenance such as sanding and painting to keep those sharp little pieces out of your hands! Vinyl railing is more expensive than wood in the short term, but it doesn’t require any maintenance except maybe an occasional washing to stay solid and safe for a lifetime. Look for vinyl railings that come with a lifetime guarantee.


Comparing Vinyl Fence Manufacturers
Vinyl fencing is becoming extremely popular, and fence companies have responded by offering a huge variety of styles from hundreds of vinyl fence manufacturers. With so many choices, how do you decide? Start by looking at the warranties each company offers. Many now offer lifetime warranties, which cover not only materials but also labor to replace faulty sections and any delivery costs. Some warranties are transferable if you are to sell your home, and some are not. Make sure to find out if the vinyl fence manufacturer you are considering offers the color and style of fence you want. Some manufacturers do not produce black or dark-colored vinyl, while others do. Also, check out the company’s Web site and see if it features testimonials from satisfied fence customers. A final consideration is price, which can vary greatly among manufacturers, so shop around.


The history of vinyl
In the late 1800s, European researchers created a new rigid material that they considered to be a useless laboratory curiosity. In 1926, BFGoodrich researcher Dr. Waldo Semon experimented with the discarded material, combining it with other chemicals and exposing it to heat. He created plasticized polyvinyl chloride, now commonly called PVC. He continued to experiment with this new material throughout the 1920s but discovered no real use for it.

PVC’s first commercial use was as a shock absorber seal in the 1930s. From there, vinyl’s formulas and uses began to expand. It was used as a replacement for rubber during World War II and became the standard material for wire insulation. Rigid vinyl pipe was introduced in the 1950s.

Vinyl was first used for fencing applications in the horse farm industry. Horse farm owners found that it was safer for their horses because it allowed more give than wood and would not splinter. Another advantage was its white color, allowing the horses to see it better at night, and the fact that it has no taste, reducing horses’ urge to chew on the fence.

By the 1980s, vinyl railing was being used on front porches. As manufacturing systems grew more sophisticated and the material continued to be improved for construction applications, market demand grew and the vinyl fence industry was launched. Now vinyl is used everywhere that traditional wood or metal railings and fences are found. The latest use for vinyl is in decking, which is popular for its slip-resistance, low maintenance, and lack of splintering.

The market for vinyl fence products in the United States has more than tripled since 1987 and shows every indication of continuing to boom. It is the fastest-growing segment of the fencing market and has a huge potential for growth as homeowners replace older wood fences and decks.
How vinyl is made
Vinyl, or PVC, is made from chlorine, which comes from salt, and ethylene, from crude oil. These compounds are chemically blended at very high temperatures to become polyvinyl chloride resin, a chemically stable powder. This vinyl resin is mixed with various additives that add strength and ultraviolet resistance. This blend is then heated to the polymer melting point, forced through a die to create the desired shape, and cooled.

Some vinyl processes use two blends of the material to be applied in layers. The outer layer, called the “capstock,” contains a high concentrate of UV protection. The inner layer, called the substrate, generally has less UV protection. The main ultraviolet inhibitor used in vinyl is called titanium dioxide, which is a white pigment. This pigment makes it difficult to obtain dark colors, such as black, in vinyl fencing and decking.

The end result is a decking and fencing material that is sturdy and durable. It also weathers well, resisting fading and yellowing.
Vinyl fence styles
Vinyl is one of the most versatile fencing materials available, and the sheer volume of choices helps homeowners find just the right look. A wide variety of color choices are available, including white, gray, tan, green, and some cedar wood colors. It can be manufactured to match a house’s siding if desired.

Traditional white picket fences made from vinyl are popular with homeowners and can be used to contain small pets and children while maintaining a charming, open look. If they are at least four feet tall, picket fences also are safe and popular as pool enclosures.


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Roselle Park, NJ Garwood, NJ Westfield, NJ fanwood, NJ Scotch Plain, NJ Mountainside, NJ Kenilworth, NJ Union, NJ Irvington, NJ Maplewood, NJ Newark, NJ Springfield, NJ South Orange, NJ Summit, NJ Chatham, NJ Short Hills, NJ New Providence, NJ Glen Ridge, NJ Verona, NJ Cedar Grove, NJ Nutley, NJ Belleville, NJ Passaic, NJ Clifton, NJ Moonachie, NJ Little Ferry, NJ Wallington, NJ Ridgefield Park, NJ Ridgefield, NJ Fairviwe, NJ North Bergen, NJ Union City, NJ Secaucus, NJ North Arlington,NJ Lyndhurst,NJ Kearny, NJ Harrison, NJ Hoboken, NJ Hamilton Park, NJ Batonne, NJ Elisabeth, NJ Englewood, NJ Teaneck, NJ Englewood Cliffs, NJ Maywood, NJ Hackensack, NJ Bogota, NJ Carlstadt, NJ Wood Ridge, NJ Rutherford, NJ East Rutherford, NJ Fairviwe, NJ Edgewater, NJ Paterson, NJ Toyowa, NJ Prospect Park, NJ Heledon, NJ Hawthorne, NJ Paramus, NJ Glen Rock, NJ Wayne, NJ East Hanover, NJ Roseland, NJ Pine Brook, NJ Whippany, NJ Cedar Knolls, NJ Parsippany, NJ Baskins Ridge, NJ Bernardsville, NJ Mendham, NJ Watchung, NJ Dunellen, NJ Martinsville, NJ Millington, NJ Gillette, NJ Berkeley Hieights, NJ Clark, NJ Avenel, NJ Metuchen, NJ Port Reading, NJ Sewaren, NJ Perth Amboy, NJ Keasbey, NJ South Amboy, NJ New Brunswick, NJ North Brunswick, NJ South Brunswick, NJ East Brunswick, NJ Brunswick, NJ Milltown, NJ South River, NJ Sayreville, NJ Somerset, NJ Somerville, NJ Millstone, NJ Manville, NJ South Bound Brook, NJ Raritan, NJ Manville, NJ Hillsborough, NJ Belle Mead, NJ Neshanic, NJ South Branch, NJ Skillman, NJ Bridgepoint, NJ Franklin Park, NJ Monmouth Junction, NJ Dayton, NJ Plainboro, NJ Princeton, NJ Kingston, NJ Cranbury, NJ Prospect Plains, NJ Jamesburg, NJ Helmetta, NJ Perrineville, NJ Clarksburg, NJ Windsor, NJ Robbinsville, NJ Allentown, NJ Imlaystown, NJ Jacobstown, NJ New Egypt, NJ Sykesville, NJ Cookstown, NJ Georgetown, NJ Chesterfield, NJ Bordentown, NJ Parsonville, NJ Yardville, NJ Fleldsboro, NJ Trenton, NJ Morrisville, NJ Ewing, NJ Pennington,  NJ Amwell, NJ Mount Olive, NJ White House, NJ Denville, NJ Rockaway, NJ Tabor, NJ Sucoasunna, NJ Kenvil, NJ Ledgewood, NJ Landing, NJ Flanders, NJ Bartley, NJ Chester, NJ Long Valley, NJ Hackettstown, NJ Bud Lake, NJ Netcong, NJ Lockwood, NJ Long Villey, NJ

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NJ, West Creek, NJ Surf City, NJ Ship Bottom, NJ Long Beach, Nj Brant Beach, NJ Manahawkin, NJ Harvey Cedar, NJ Barnegat Light, NJ Pebble Beach, NJ Waretown, NJ Welltown, NJ Wells Mills, NJ Forked River, NJ Howardsville, NJ Tuckerton, NJ Stafford Forge, NJ Warren Grove, NJ Little Egg Harbor, NJ Giffordtown, NJ Spray Beach, NJ New Gretna, NJ Leektown, NJ Wading River, NJ Dukes Bridge, NJ Jenkins, NJ Chatsworth, NJ Woodmansie, NJ Howardsville, NJ Wheatland, NJ Cedar Crest, NJ Four Mile, NJ Johnson Place, NJ Dover, NJ Island Hights, NJ Seaside Park, NJ Seaside Hights, NJ Lavallette, NJ Silverton, NJ Holiday City, NJ Barnegat, NJ Point Pleasant, NJ Whiting, NJ Roosevelt, NJ Keswick Grove, NJ Lakehurst, NJ Ridgeway, NJ Buckingham, NJ Whitesbog, NJ Brownsmills, NJ New Lisbon, NJ Manatoloking, NJ Bay Head, NJ Osbornsville, NJ Bennetts Mills, NJ Pleasantville, NJ Northfield, NJ Brigartine, NJ Smithville, NJ Port Republic, NJ Absecon, NJ Atlantic City, NJ Margate City, NJ Ventnor City, NJ English Creek, NJ Mays Landing, NJ Scollville, NJ Mckee City, NJ Clover Lesf Lakes, NJ Harding Lakes, NJ Ocean City, NJ Marmora, NJ Sea Isle City, NJ Ocean View, NJ South Seaville, NJ North Dennis, NJ Woodbine, NJ Pettersburg, NJ Corbin City, NJ Beasleys Point, NJ  Ocean County, NJ

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