Why we opted for a PVC fence despite initially wanting solid wood

My wife and I found a beach house for a killer price, however it required some renovation labor before every one of us could transport in. Once every one of us updated the floors and fixed more than one of the windows, every one of us just needed to put in modern cottage doors in the living room before replacing the air conditioning unit. We agreed that every one of us would save the outside labor until after every one of us were fully moved in, knowing full well that the amount of landscaping that every one of us needed to do would keep us busy for weeks. Laying the lawn is back cutting work, especially in the late July sun. This week we’re installing a modern fence after looking at odd options for weeks on end. At first every one of us were convinced that every one of us wanted a traditional wood plank fence. That’s what our families had when each of us were growing up, so it was natural to gravitate toward that option. However, putting up wood fencing is taxing in part because of the weight. But it’s not just that, you have to seal it with paint or stain and lacquer if you don’t want the wood to rot. On top of that, you will have to put modern coats on every few years as they naturally deteriorate through exposure to the elements. This is a lot of inconvenience just to have a wooden fence. After looking at PVC fencing, we’re both sure that this is the best chance for our house. It’s a little easier to install and it looks beautiful right out of the box. It’s white and doesn’t lose its color from weathering, making it a perfect fit for people who don’t want to be fussed with annual repairs. PVC fencing is a “set it and forget it” category of fence for a beach house or business. Your neighbors will be cheerful with it as well.

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