When a business owner thinks about the need for a fence, their thoughts often go to one of two extremes: Either ornamental fences (think aluminum, steel, and wrought iron) or else cheaper chain link. But there is an option that is cost effective and pleasant looking, with the added bonus of enhancing your property’s security: A commercial vinyl fence.
If you are considering a vinyl fence for your home, yard, pool, or managed property, it pays to check out vinyl fence reviews to see what others are saying.
Trouble is, there is no one place to find vinyl fence reviews generally. But we did the hard work for you, unearthing dozens of online reviews and finding the common themes–and of course, we also talked with our own customers to see what they thought of their vinyl fencing from Maintenance Free Outdoor Solutions. Read More
Vinyl fence installation is not a complicated process, but it is one that should be done right. Doing so requires plenty of experience with vinyl fence installation from a reputable vinyl or PVC fence company. If you know what to expect from the installation process, you’ll be able to spot the true professionals, and you’ll be able to prepare for your installation. Which can help the whole process go more smoothly.
Many people who want a vinyl fence will ask us: “What does a vinyl fence cost?” Vinyl fence pricing varies, depending on how much you need (in linear feet), what decorative features you want, and the average cost of labor for your area. This article will break down those costs and give you a rough estimate of what the average vinyl fence costs. Read More
If you’re choosing between different fencing materials for your yard, there are many questions that pop into your mind. What will my fence cost me? How long will it last? How much time do I have to spend maintaining it? Will it come in different styles or is it a one size fits all deal? Well, our question to you is have you ever considered a PVC fence? Read More
HGTV, DIY Network, and This Old House have inspired rehabber wannabe’s to keep the hammers and nails to themselves. From gutting bathrooms to installing cabinets, homeowners are deciding not to hand off the handiwork to the professionals and instead are managing their own DIY projects. Read More
Where are the Best Value Fences?
Simple tips to get the most for your money
If you are about to start a fencing project and want to stretch your project budget a little further, it’s important that you find the best value fences available. These fences combine quality with affordability to save you money now and for years to come. As you start your search, look for these qualities to identify the best value fences out there: Read More
When you invest your heart and soul – and especially your life savings – into your company, you want to do everything you can to protect it. Whether that means arming it against intruders and hazards or creating an environment that keeps customers streaming in and your revenue stream flowing. Read More
The right accessory can pull your entire look together instantly. Outfitting your St. Louis home with the right vinyl fencing shouldn’t be any different. Choosing from vinyl fence styles takes more than just picking the first option in a catalog. You need to consider each fence’s color, design, and accessories to ensure it complements, rather than distracts from, your home.
Choosing Affordable Vinyl Fences
There are more options than ever
If you love to “do it yourself” affordable vinyl fences are a great option. Compared to alternative fencing options, namely stone and wood, low-cost fences made of vinyl or some other type of maintenance-free material simply work better in home and business improvement projects. If you are about to start your own fencing project here are a few reasons you should strongly consider affordable vinyl fences. Read More
For many St. Louisans, fall is a season to celebrate! With our beautiful fall colors and cozy sweatshirt weather, we flock to the outdoors to soak up every last sunny day before the chill of winter hits.
As a homeowner, you can easily turn your backyard into the ultimate destination for football watch parties, fire pit soirees, and Oktoberfest bashes. The right backyard landscaping ideas and autumn-inspired accents instantly dress up your yard for any event while giving it a visual pop you’ll enjoy every day of the week. Read More
A home says a lot about the owner inside, and the vinyl fencing they choose to surround it with speaks to their impeccable style and financial savvy. More and more homeowners across St. Louis are showing off both by outfitting their yards with vinyl fencing. And for a good reason – with its incredible durability and unmatched versatility, vinyl has become the top fence material for today’s modern home. In fact, according to a study of the fencing industry, the demand for vinyl fence supplies is set to skyrocket over the next 10 years. Read More
Even in the friendliest of St. Louis neighborhoods, sometimes you just want a getaway all to yourself. A vinyl privacy fence can help you turn off the everyday chaos around you, creating an oasis free of intrusion, noise, and prying eyes. Just as important, it adds an extra level of protection to your home or pool so no one can get in or out without an invite from you.
You finally made up your mind. After choosing between wood or vinyl fencing and weighing the pros and cons of each, you’ve determined a vinyl fence is the best option for your St. Louis home (wise choice, by the way!)
While your decision is a smart one, it’s just the first of many you’ll have to make as you narrow down your options. With a variety of vinyl fence styles, textures, colors, and accessories available, finding your perfect match can send your head spinning. But when you dig deeper into your needs and talk with an experienced contractor about design, you can rest assured your new fence will be picture perfect. Read More
The St. Louis region offers an unmatched variety of neighborhoods, communities, and municipalities. Whether you live in a 19th-century-row house in Lafayette Square, a ranch house in Hazelwood, or a renovated farmhouse in Jefferson County, you want the same things for your home and family as your fellow St. Louisans – security, privacy, and comfort, and all at a price you can afford. Read More
When you hear the phrase “plastic fencing,” the words “cheap” or “flimsy” may pop in your head. But the truth is, plastic fencing, or vinyl or PVC fencing, is one of the most durable and reliable fence options you can install. This is no mere weakling, but a formidable powerhouse that protects your home and yard for decades to come.
Residential chain link fence used to be a popular fencing option in the metro St. Louis area. Many homeowners chose it because it’s cheap, easy to install, and well, everyone else was using it. But installing a chain link fence is no longer the preferred choice of residential fencing. Read More
With the growing demand for low-maintenance, high-quality fencing materials, PVC fencing (or polyvinyl chloride fencing) has skyrocketed to the top of many homeowners’ want lists. Unlike wood, PVC materials stand strong against storms, fade, and decay. This keeps your fence looking its best and it ensures it will last longer. Read More
As with any home improvement project, a little research can go a long way in finding the right fencing materials for your needs and budget. Unfortunately, a little research can quickly turn into a big time commitment as you visit website after website and go from store to store to compare fencing products and brands. Read More
Whether you’re buying a new house in St. Louis or upgrading the one you currently have, consider adding yard fencing to your to-do list. While fencing requires an upfront investment, it’s one of the smartest ones you can make to add value to your home and to protect everyone inside.
Whatever yard fencing ideas you have in mind, there’s an option to meet your taste and budget, from ornamental and simulated stone to vinyl and aluminum. Best of all, maintenance is a cinch so you can spend your time focusing on the dozens of other home updates you need to tackle. Read More