The Crestview Vinyl Fence Gate offers superior safety The Crestview Vinyl Fence Gate offers superior safety and security along with an attractive design. It is produced leveraging our exclusive engineer-tested manufacturing process and the highest-grade materials to create the strongest most durable low-maintenance vinyl fencing anywhere.
Transforms wood posts in a snap. Specially designed for existing wood posts. 8-piece system: 4 vinyl post sections and 4 vinyl trim pieces. Components snap together for easy installation. Tongue and groove connection. Two lengths: 4" x 4" x 10' and 6" x 6" x 10'-- can be field cut to any length. Two colors: White and Almond.
Verticals: 7/8″ x 11.28″ Snap Lock Tongue and Groove and 1 3/8″ x 1 3/8″ Spindle Accent Aluminum Reinforcement: Bottom Rail Option: Sunburst Section or Gate
Description: SnapWrap was specially designed for application over existing wood posts, it's an innovative, low-maintenance vinyl post wrap that transforms wood posts in a snap. The eight-piece system comes complete with 4 vinyl post sections and 4 corner trim pieces that snap together for quick and easy installation.
SnapFence is a wire modular fencing system that’s been engineered to offer both security and accessibility. Our top and bottom rails paired with our patented wire clip system ensure flawless results that will stand the test of time.Fence Kits · Pet Enclosure · Garden Enclosure Store · How-To Videos · Modular Kit Store
Vinyl fences are typically made of poly vinyl chloride PVC plastic resin, in 6'-8' sections attached to matching fence posts. The sections may come in preassembled panels or as snap-together planks that are installed individually. High-quality vinyl fencing usually has aluminum or steel inserts in the posts and rails, for added strength.
Building A Vinyl Fence How to assemble a vinyl panel fence using either the routed system or the bracket system. Instructions for building the fence on flat and sloped terrain.
· Vinyl Fence 6 ft fence can cost $20.00 to $50.00 per linear foot depending on the design. Cost to install vinyl fence averages $6-$7 per foot. Let’s compute for one sample project. For instance, a ground needing fencing measures 43 feet. The following will be the cost of the vinyl fence materials and installation:
Installing a Vinyl Fence: Cutting sections to fit It’s rare to end up with full-width sections of fence for an entire yard. Since the fencing sections are modular and designed for a certain span, each straight run will have at least one odd-size section.
The Ashton vinyl privacy fence features a decorative lattice top. Built to last the Ashton privacy fence is produced leveraging our exclusive engineer-tested manufacturing process and the highest-grade materials to create the strongest most durable
Our fence sections are 8’ wide not 6’ which means fewer materials. Each fence section has 3 tongue and grooved panels that snap together for ease of installation, durable and strong. Our competitor utilizes the old style fence pickets which require 15 individual pickets for an 8’ section.
· Vinyl Fences Cost a Lot to Repair . Damage to a single vinyl fence plank can mean the need to replace an entire section. Since the pieces “snap” together and aren’t individually held together by nails or screws, they can break easily. Homeowners are then faced with paying for an entire section as opposed to replacing a single board.
· Install the vinyl fence sections between each post. Generally, vinyl fence sections snap right into place. Follow the specific manufacturer's directions regarding vinyl fence sections, as some may slide halfway into the post. Attach the rails to the ends of each section