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What are the best fence materials for cold climates?

vinyl fences

Although it’s not quite winter, you want your home property to be prepared for a harsh winter. If you are in the midst of home improvement projects, it’s a good idea to have a residential fence installation completed before old man winter comes along.

Just because the weather outside is chilly and frightful, doesn’t mean you cannot enhance your curb appeal. You can have a beautiful, custom residential fence installed that still provides you everything you need and more for performance.

As a residential property owner, you want to keep your home property clean and well organized. A residential fence that’s low maintenance and beautiful can make that task easy for you.

The perfect winterized fence will give you peace of mind that extremely cold temperatures will not cause your fence to split, shatter or rust. To put it simple, you want a residential fence that’s very durable.

You can have this dream fence by having Hercules Fence install you a vinyl fencing or PVC fencing.

There are so many benefits you can reap from having vinyl fencing.

Vinyl fences are ideal for homeowners that want cost effective, beautiful, low maintenance fencing.

You will have no need to paint your vinyl fence. You won’t have to stain your fence like you would for a wood fence. You won’t have to worry about water damage as heavy snow accumulates during the winter. Best of all, you won’t experience color fading from your fence.

If you still prefer wood fencing to standard vinyl, you can always request your vinyl fence to be designed to resemble the look of wood, without having the high maintenance requirements of wood.

To really emphasize the beauty of your vinyl fence, consider using fence plants. Fence plants made for cold climates will help you create a wonderful focal point for your front or back yard.

Here are fence plants you can place along your fence this winter:

  • Climbing roses. As long as you tie the roses along your fence and support the root, it will look absolutely stunning.
  • Boston Ivy. It’s perfect for cold weather environments and changes its colors all year long.  This is one way to create a lovely, creative focal point.
  • Star Jasmine. The white blooms can make your home property smell of jasmine and you will have no worry about keeping your star jasmine on the fence.

Here at Hercules Fence we pride ourselves in installing custom fences. Let us design a stylish and reliable fence for your property.

We have been designing quality residential fences and commercial fences since 1955. See what our customers think about our services on our testimonials. Hercules Fence specializes in designing and installing residential fencing, commercial fencing and high security fencing.

Let us know what you need and we will create a structure you are truly proud to gift this holiday season.

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Source:

http://www.derbyfence.com/

http://www.a1-fence.com/the-pros-and-cons-of-vinyl-fences/

http://www.doityourself.com/stry/best-types-of-fence-plant-for-cold-climates#b

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