We like to share our favorite fencing and decking projects with our blog readers. In past months we have spotlighted a vineyard’s new Azek decking, a facelift for a cedar deck in Oregon City, and a Salem picket fencing project that added serious curb appeal. Today, we’re showcasing a fence facelift project that we recently completed in Corvallis, Oregon.
Like many homeowners, our Corvallis clients were concerned that a new vinyl fence would stick out like a sore thumb. As you can see in the before photograph, this project replaced a wood privacy fence with a lattice top. The older fence was looking tired and weathered. The homeowners wanted a fencing material with fewer maintenance requirements than wood. Yet they were also eager to recreate a natural-looking fence.
Kroy Vinyl Fencing was the perfect solution. We installed Kroy Privacy Fencing in a natural Redwood color, thus delivering both the look and the durability that the clients prioritized. Kroy Vinyl Fencing is composed of two “layers” of polymers, each of which is designed for a specific purpose. The outer layer of capstock includes UV resistance to maintain color for years to come. And the inner substrate layer is designed for structural strength and rigidity. In other words, this vinyl fence will be strong and sturdy for decades, as Kroy’s Lifetime Limited Transferable Warranty guarantees.
Thanks to the new Kroy Vinyl Fence that Rick’s installed, these Corvallis homeowners can now enjoy a low-maintenance fence that fits seamlessly into their landscaping. The only maintenance required by vinyl fencing and decking is occasional washing with a mild detergent and water. If you’re looking for a handsome fence that doesn’t require hours of annual maintenance, call us about installing a vinyl fence on your property.
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