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Other than cost, vinyl fencing is elite when it comes to any other category. In fact, according to our friends at HomeAdvisor, some manufacturers claim that vinyl fences are nearly five times stronger and four times more flexible than comparable wood fences. Vinyl fencing is maintenance free and resists paint, allowing you to easily clean graffiti or any other unwanted stains. All you will need is a hose and soap to make it look as good as new. Installing a vinyl fence may have a higher upfront cost, but given its low maintenance costs and long lifespan, vinyl fencing is cheaper than many other fencing types.

 

Fences come in many styles and serve many purposes.  If privacy is what youre looking for, there are a variety of options to fit your home. A privacy fence can keep peering eyes away from your home and yard, and is especially useful in warm areas with pools and
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Though you can DIY the installation of some types of fencing, if you want the fence to hold up when exposed to the elements and last as long as possible, its best to hire a professional and that it where we go in. The right fence installation will not only provide the privacy youre looking for, it will also enhance the look of your yard and add value to your home.

What Type of Material Should I Use?
Most fencing materials can serve as privacy fencing, so you have to consider  the pros and cons of each material. Common types of wood used for fencing include pine, spruce, redwood, cypress and cedar. These should be treated with weather-, rot- and pest-resistant sealants. However, wood requires routine upkeep and should be stained or painted every 2 or 3 years by a professional painter.
Alternatively, vinyl and composite materials can be used instead of wood. They can be made to look similar to wood but wont warp or rot over time, and require almost no maintenance, though they tend to cost more. If you select wood or a wood alternative, the two main styles that will provide privacy are board-on-board and stockade. Board-on-board has an overlapping panel which provides complete privacy and makes the fence sturdier, though the extra material causes the price go up. Stockade consists of tightly-placed panels that leave no space between each panel, though over time the panels can warp and expose gaps in the fence.

 

What is the best kind of privacy fencing?
Most fencing materials can serve as privacy fencing, so you have to consider the pros and cons of each material. Common types of wood used for fencing include pine, spruce, redwood, cypress and cedar. These should be treated with weather-, rot- and pest-resistant sealants.


 

Call Milher Fence Company at (843)222-6415 today for a free estimate and details!
Provide you with the Highest Quality Fences in the area, with the best prices.
We work with Fences, Corral, Livestock and Repair.
Fences type: wood, vinyl, PVC, composite and aluminiun.

 

TIPS

Before you build a fence, check with your local zoning department to find out what kind of fence you are allowed to build in your area. Some codes limit the height of the fence to 6 or 8 feet, while others regulate the fencing material and location. One advantage of natural fences such as bushes and hedges is that they are often exempt from the fencing regulations and can be grown to whatever height you desire.

Be sure to get the green light for your fence project from your homeowners association, as well.