Getting vinyl fencing installed in your home is a sensible decision for many reasons. It’s easy to maintain, provides good security and privacy protection, and it doesn’t rot like wooden fencing. It also has extra benefits that other fencing materials do not – the color and texture is selectable by the customer when they order.
The ability to select the fencing material for appearance and coloring provides greater options for homeowners who wish to keep their exterior looking a certain way or to match the interior color choices outdoors too. It’s also helpful to an interior designer because it gives them more control on the overall aesthetic that they’re aiming at.
Let’s look into this more now.
Non-Textured Solid Colors
When choosing your fence’s color, the non-textured solid colors are the most affordable. The list of colors will usually include a choice of white, clay, tan or grey. They are solid options for either a lighter appearance or a slightly darker one if you want a contrast between the front and rear areas of the property. The non-textured basic colors are the choice for budget-minded buyers and those that do not feel they need fencing with a more defined appearance.
The timberland color for vinyl fencing sits in the mid-range for costs. The texturization of the vinyl is created to strongly resemble wood timber from a distance. The timberland style is a positive one for homeowners that like the appearance of wooden fencing around their property but dislike the negatives that come with using wood outdoors.
The color choice largely sticks to earth-based hues with a pattern that gives off a wood-like appearance. Timberland has the appearance of wood but lacks any texture to the touch. The smooth feel gives away that the fencing is vinyl but this makes it extremely easy to upkeep.
BuffTech for the Sophisticated
BuffTech is the premium among vinyl fencing coloring and materials. It’s vinyl, but really doesn’t look or feel like it. There’s real texture connected to the design of the fencing, so it has a feel much like with timber. This is the best visual and tactile feel you can achieve with modern fences.
Real wood has an amazing look, but it’s very tough to maintain the integrity and appearance as time goes on. Vinyl fencing solves that problem with vinyl materials which both resemble and feel like real wood with none of the annoying and expensive maintenance that goes into preserving an actual wooden fence.
Coloration and Maintenance of Vinyl Fencing
The first thing to avoid when gardening with a vinyl fence already installed is to impact it using gardening tools. This could remove the coloration on the vinyl even if it’s unlikely to physically affect the integrity of the fencing. We’d suggest using manual clippers to trim any weeds or grass that’s closest to the fence area.
Wash the vinyl every half year or so. Try washing with a garden hose by spraying water to get rid of loose soil and other debris. If that doesn’t get everything off, use soapy water to wash the fence by hand.
Having color choices for your fencing can really open up a whole host of new possibilities with your home’s design. It can match the color scheme for the outdoors or the whole housewithout increasing your home maintenance time.