You donâ€™t have to paint or stain vinyl and it holds up well to water, which means you wonâ€™t lose the color of your fencing in the rain.
Vinyl fencing has become a very popular substitute for wood and chain link over the recent years. Vinyl is very low maintenance. It does not decompose like wood and is rust free. Vinyl material is built to last and maintains it’s original condition for a lifetime!
Shadowboxes secured to your fence can be used to hold planters up where they get more sun, and bonus: decorative!
A look at vinyl fencing and decking…ï»¿ PROS: Reliable; long-lasting (known to last 10+ years without fading) Adaptable to many different styles/designs CONS:ï»¿ Limited colors: white, light tan, dark tan Wide areas of fencing require reinforcement to prevent sagging DURABILITY: Lower grade vinyl is susceptible to degradation in high heat/intense exposure to UV
Trying to decide what type of material to use for your new fence or deck? Each has its own set of costs and benefits. Let’s look at wood… PROS: Can be used to create curves Natural appearance (great for wooded lots) Can be finished with stain or paint (endless colors/finishes) One of the cheaper options
Here’s some beautiful backyard inspiration to start your week! We love these simple ideas that make a big impact. Backyard movie anyone? Dad would love this for #fathersday ! Pergolas are great for subtle sun coverage and to garnish with climbing plants. Flowing curtains made with outdoor fabrics can be added to your pergola for a
So you’re planning on a new deck or fence for your yard and need to save money on the side? Or your Excel project is finished and you want to put the finishing touches on your yard – this is just what you need! I really love DIY projects. I also really love summertime. This