Fencing Materials – Which Is Best Fit For Your Needs?

Fencing Materials – Which Is Best Fit For Your Needs?

Fencing Materials – Which Is Best Fit For Your Needs?

A variety of fencing materials exist, but which is best suited for your needs? Here are four different types of fencing, we will leave the decision up to you. 


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Vinyl Fence

Vinyl fences are constructed out of polyvinyl chloride. These kinds of fences are utilized when searching for strength, weatherability, and durability. In addition to its trusty qualities, it is one of the materials easiest to maintain.

Vinyl fences can last up to 50 years. 


Aluminum Fence

Aluminum fences are manufactured with aluminum tubes, creating pre-assembled panels for a custom fence. Pieces include pickets, toppers, posts, and screws. 


Aluminum fences can last over 50 years. 


Pressure Treated Wood

Pressure Treated Wood fences are associated with the ‘classic’ American feel/look. A solution of chromium, copper, and arsenic are vacuumed into the lumber, strengthening it. They are a cheap alternative to the other three options mentioned, but require more maintenance. 

Pressure Treated Wood fences can last between 15-20 years, this is due to rotting and splitting over time.


Cedar Fence 

Cedar fences are constructed with one of the most durable types of wood; containing natural oils allow it to withstand harsh weather conditions, decay, and insects. 

Cedar fences can last between 15-20 years, similar to Pressure Treated Wood. 


Now that you have some basic knowledge on different fencing materials, feel free to contact us for more information. We, Texas Fence & Iron, are here to help you with your fencing needs! Feel free to view our portfolio for references. 

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