Vinyl Fencing Edinburgh
Edinburgh Fencing Co is one of the best fencing companies in Edinburgh, UK. We are experts in garden fencing, domestic fencing, and commercial fencing. We take pride in high-quality customer service and competent craft. Our team comprises highly qualified and experienced fence builders, fencing contractors, carpenters, and landscaping specialists. Made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a vinyl fence is one of the best alternatives to traditional wood fencing. Unlike wood, vinyl is characterised by low-maintenance and doesn’t crack easily. Our fence builders are adept at installing vinyl fences that suits your styles and budgets.
Pros and Cons of Vinyl Fencing
Here are the pros and cons of vinyl fencing.
- Low-maintenance costs
- Attractive appearance
- Simple installation
- Expansion and contraction
Vinyl expands and contracts when temperatures fluctuate, which can deteriorates it overtime.
- Extreme weather elements can damage vinyl materials
- Vinyl fencing requires high cost of investment
- The material is prone to staining by algae, mildew, and mold.
How Much Does Vinyl Fencing Cost?
In the UK, a vinyl fence costs around £2800.
For a picket fence style, it costs £16 per linear square foot. With £30 per linear square foot, you can build a privacy fence. On average, labour costs between £26 and £38 per hour. At Edinburgh Fencing Co, we can help you get vinyl materials at affordable rates.
Repairing a vinyl fence can be challenging if you don’t know how to go about it. If a part of the fence breaks, you will have to replace the entire panel based on the pieces fit together. Our fencing builders are adept at vinyl fence installation and replacement.
Vinyl fences are versatile, and they come in many colours, such as white, brown, grey, and black. Our technicians can help you select the colour that blends with your home. We can also texture the vinyl to look like natural wood. Vinyl fences come in a kit of interlocking pieces, hence making their installation simple. For instance, to install picket fences, you need to pound anchor pipes into the ground with a hammer, add fence posts over the pipes, and then fit together the rails and tickets.
Give us a call to discuss your upcoming renovation we can help with!