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Vinyl Fence Installers in Atlanta, GA

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Prescreened Vinyl Fencing Installers in Atlanta, GA

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Lowe Construction & Development, LLC
(404) 439-0711
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
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"They are great guys, built a whole house and they just made everything so simple. Honest and great work. "

- cliff A.
Spectrum Fence

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(678) 798-5835
Areas of Expertise
  • Wood Fence Installation
  • Iron and Aluminum Fence Installation
  • Vinyl Fence Installation
  • Driveway Gate Installation
  • Chain Link Fence Installation
Foster Fencing
(404) 805-1422
Areas of Expertise
  • Fencing
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- ken W. from atlanta, GA
Fletcher & Cooley, Inc.
(678) 394-8005
Areas of Expertise
  • Floors
  • Ceilings
  • Walls
  • Installation and Repair
  • Licensed General Contractor, Residential & Commercial
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"I would refer them to anyone. "

- nadine C.
Coble Outdoor Construction, LLC
(404) 974-7727
Areas of Expertise
  • Deck & Porch Repair & Install
  • Wood Fence Install & Repair, Chain Link Fence Install, Vinyl/PVC Fence Install
  • Wood or Fiber-Cement Siding Install & Repair
  • Vinyl Siding Install & Repair
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"Fantastic job repairing a deck and pressure washing it. Cleaned up nicely and gave a very fair quote for the work requested. The deck looks brand new and we could not be happier."

- david W. from mcdonough, GA

Unscreened Fence Contractors in Atlanta, Georgia

Proactive Services, Inc.
6375 Lakeview Dr.
Buford, GA 30518
1688 Country Park Way
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
L&M Construction, Inc.
3651 Pennington Drive
Conyers, GA 30013
Witt Fence Co.
3686 Knox Bridge Hwy
Canton, GA 30114
Professional Maintenance Service
3984 Withrow Drive
Doraville, GA 30340

Things to Consider Before You Install a Vinyl or PVC Fence:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • What is the height of the fence you want to have installed?
  • Approximately, how many linear feet of fencing do you need?
  • What primary function will the fence serve? (Check all that apply)

    Keep pets contained
    Keep children safely in yard
    Provide privacy
    Attractive yard addition
    Property boundary
    Provide security
    Wind or noise buffer
    Contain livestock

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Atlanta Vinyl Fencing

There is a new kid on the block (relatively) when it comes to fencing: vinyl fence. Also known as PVC fencing because of the material it's made of, vinyl fencing provides a maintenance free, attractive fencing solution to those looking for an alternative to wood or metal fencing materials.

While there's a lot to be said about the looks, versatility, and durability of vinyl fence in Atlanta, most homeowners prefer to start with cost. HomeAdvisor's business is providing contractor referrals to homeowners in Atlanta and across the nation, and of the thousands of referrals we give to Atlantans every year, we follow up on each and every one with a survey that asks, among other things, what the final cost of each project was. Based on the information reported back to us on those surveys, a vinyl fence installation in Atlanta runs around $4,000. That's a little bit higher than some other alternatives (wood fencing for instance), though it's important to note that with vinyl fencing that's likely the only cost you'll ever incur. Wood fencing has to be treated regularly and will eventually need repairs. Vinyl fencing, on the other hand, is maintenance free starting the day it's installed. And since high quality vinyl fencing in Atlanta comes with a lifetime guarantee, any problems you might experience should be completely covered by the manufacturer.

"You Get what you Pay for" Holds True
While vinyl fencing in Atlanta has a huge upside when it comes to cost, it isn't guaranteed to please if you don't make sure you're getting a quality product in the first place. Atlanta vinyl fence is definitely one type of fencing where it's worth it to pay a little more up front for high quality materials. Here are a few things to look out for to ensure your fence will last as long as possible (in the case of quality vinyl—a lifetime).

  • Thickness—Perhaps the most important aspect of vinyl fence in Atlanta is how thick the material is. Keep in mind that vinyl is really just tough plastic, and as such it's more susceptible to impacts than other materials. The best way to ensure your vinyl fence won't crack when your kid barrels into it on his trike going faster than Jeff Gordon at the Atlanta Motor Speedway is to buy thicker vinyl. .135 inch vinyl is the type you'll find at big box hardware stores—don't buy it (sorry Home Depot). And while it might seem trivial, vinyl in the .150" range is going to last you a whole lot longer.

  • UV Protection—If you're familiar with vinyl at all, you're aware that extended exposure to sunlight has been an issue with it in the past. Older vinyl products, such as fencing, tended to fade, get chalky, and even grow brittle due to extended exposure. New lines of vinyl include titanium dioxide and other chemical additives to provide supreme protection against UV rays and other negative effects of prolonged sun exposure. With vinyl, good UV protection is worth every penny.

  • Stabilizers, and Other Additives—In addition to UV protection, vinyl fencing in Atlanta can be fortified with other additives that increase its impact resistance, stability, resistance to humidity and moisture, and durability. Ask your Atlanta vinyl fence supplier about what's been added to your vinyl fence to increase its performance. It's the easiest and best way to ensure you get the strongest vinyl possible. Also, ask about whether lead has been used as a stabilizer before you purchase. Many lines of cheaper vinyl fence in Atlanta, especially those manufactured outside the U.S., contain lead, which is something you want to avoid altogether.

The Careful Customer is the Happy Customer
We don't mention all this to discourage homeowners from purchasing vinyl. On the contrary, quality vinyl fencing in Atlanta is one of the toughest, most durable, and attractive fencing materials you can find in the ATL. The lifetime guarantee that high end vinyl fencing comes with is a testament to that. Just keep it in mind that there is a big difference between the good and the bad when it comes to vinyl, so it's necessary that you know what to look for before you sign any contracts for an Atlanta vinyl fencing installation. Do your homework, demand the best of the best, and your new vinyl fence in Atlanta will be fencing you'll enjoy and appreciate for as long as you own your home.