Never Worry About Whitewashing Your Picket Fence Again When You Choose Vinyl Fencing

White Fence During AutumnTom Sawyer may have made whitewashing a picket fence sound fun, but many homeowners know better—the tedious work is nothing to look forward to. If you’re tired of spending hours in the sun whitewashing your home’s picket fence, then there is good news! If you choose vinyl fencing, you’ll never have to worry about whitewashing your fence again. Vinyl fencing has many advantages for homeowners, including:

  • Durability. Vinyl fencing is incredibly durable and strong. Vinyl will not split, twist, warp, rust, or rot like wood does. Vinyl fences come with great warranties as well due to their sheer lasting power. In fact, vinyl fences are approximately five times stronger than wood and last significantly longer. Vinyl is also more flexible than wood, meaning it can take more weight and force. Vinyl fencing is perfect for areas with high wind.
  • Aesthetic appeal. Often a pleasant shade of white, vinyl fencing is as attractive as it is durable. If you prefer a more natural look to the bright white look, your vinyl fence can look like a natural wood fence. Vinyl fencing is also available in a number of popular exterior colors that coordinate with today’s homes.
  • Very little maintenance. One of vinyl fencing’s greatest assets is that it needs very little maintenance. Cleaning is a breeze—just a little soap and a hard spray of water will get dirt and mud off easily. Paint will not chip off vinyl fencing, so there is never a need to refinish your fences—the material is the same color throughout. Vinyl fencing will not become discolored over time, either.

If you’re ready to begin an easier home life with vinyl fencing, call Clackamas, Oregon-based Pacific Fence & Wire Company at (503) 659-6881. We offer beautiful, durable vinyl fencing selections as well as decorative fencing, privacy fencing, chainlink fencing, more for both commercial and residential businesses. We do farm and ranch fencing too. Click here to request an estimate–we look forward to hearing from you.