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Vinyl Fence Installers in Phoenix, AZ

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Prescreened Vinyl Fencing Installers in Phoenix, AZ

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Regal Fence
(602) 782-4993
Areas of Expertise
  • Fence work- home and business
Featured Review

"They did a great job. "

- rick C. from gilbert, AZ
R.S. Builders, LLC
(866) 350-1990
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Building
  • Custom homes
  • Kitchen remodelling
  • Bathroom remodelling
  • Home remodelling
Featured Review

"I hired RS Builders to remodel my built in bbq. They added drawers, a light, and replaced the top with granite and added a bar area. It looks great and is a much more inviting place to cook out now! They came when promised and finished when scheduled. I can t wait for Memorial Day so we can break it in. 😊"

- melody O. from phoenix, AZ

Unscreened Fence Contractors in Phoenix, Arizona

Ben's Mobile Welding
5715 E. Crocus Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
AZ Majestic Builders
15808 N. Naegel Drive
Surprise, AZ 85374
Thunder Struck Electric, LLC
P.O. Box 1256
Higley, AZ 85236
Cornerstone Fence
3547 W. Acapulco Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Cut Above Building Systems
1815 W. First Ave
Mesa, AZ 85202

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
    Other
    Contain livestock

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Phoenix Vinyl Fencing

The wide open nature of the American Southwest leads many homeowners to leave their yards open, but others decided the traditional benefits of residential fencing are too much to pass up. Between pet and child containment, privacy, security, and great additions to your landscaping design, a fence can serve a number of different functions for your home. Long a favorite of businesses and other commercial uses, vinyl fence manufacturers have begun to bring their product to the residential market with increasing success.

Choosing a Vinyl Fence
It's not hard to figure out why someone would choose a vinyl fence in Phoenix, or anywhere else for that matter. Vinyl won't fade in the sun, warp in the rain, or otherwise deteriorate with time. Some lines of vinyl do fade with the sun or grow brittle from the heat, but the proper coatings and treatments will make your fence all but indestructible. It's also fire and pest resistant. Wood fences, by contrast, need regular maintenance and still won't last as long as a quality vinyl fence. It will cost more for the initial installation, but, in the long term, a vinyl fence is well worth the extra expense.

Design
Though it will be a bit more expensive, you won't need to sacrifice anything as far as your design options are concerned. Privacy, semi-privacy, ornamental, picket, ranch style, and virtually any other type of fencing you can imagine are available from vinyl fencing manufacturers.

Vinyl fences are also great imitators of real wood fencing. You can get a reasonable grain, although you'll be able to see the difference, while colored vinyl is nearly flawless in its aesthetic appeal. Colored vinyl fences (white is especially popular) have every bit of the beauty of a wood fence. Plus, since the color goes all the way through the vinyl material, you'll never have to worry about painting or maintenance.

Cost of Vinyl Fences
So, what exactly does a little bit more money mean? It's impossible to give you any kind of reasonable estimate without knowing the size, design, and other preferences you'll have for your fence. We can tell you that the average-sized wood fence costs about $2,800, while a comparable vinyl fence will run about $3,900 for materials and installation. This may seem like a huge difference, but again, between maintenance costs and life expectancy, vinyl will win the debate about long-term cost effectiveness nearly every single time. In fact, do your homework, choose the right manufacturer, and the right fence builder, and your Phoenix vinyl fence should be the last fence you'll ever need.

Installation
Doing it right also means hiring a professional Phoenix fence builder. Fence installation can be a DIY project, but it won't generate the same results. Professional fence builders will consider the exact soil consistency of your neighborhood, climatic factors, including monsoon winds, and deliver a fence installation with the specs to match. They'll also be able to weigh in on more specific benefits or advice about vinyl vs. wood fencing for your property, and even help you choose a manufacturer. By allowing HomeAdvisor to match you with multiple, prescreened contractors, you'll be able to talk to the best fence builders in Phoenix and find the best estimate for quality work. Use our online customer ratings and reviews section to see recent feedback from other Phoenix homeowners about these contractors.