Using vinyl ranch fencing on your property may once have been an unusual idea.
People were lining up to tell you not to use vinyl ranch fencing and what can go wrong with it.
Well those days are long gone and if anyone is still telling you to stay away from vinyl ranch fencing, then show them this informative post.
Vinyl ranch fencing is coming into its own, mainly thanks to modern technology and the top-quality manufacture of this excellent product.
If you are wondering why you should protect your farm animals with vinyl ranch fencing consider these few points:
- Vinyl is very durable
- Low maintenance costs
- It doesn’t break easily
- Installing is quick and very straightforward
- Easy to fix
Let’s take a closer look at each point to get a better idea on the benefits of vinyl ranch fencing.
Vinyl is very durable
Installing a fence on your ranch is all about protecting your animals.
Vinyl is very durable and will not deteriorate over time, which could put animals at risk if a fence breaks unexpectedly.
The material will not rot as wood can do with constant rain and damp conditions.
Termites will not find a home in the vinyl, and you will not have the fence rotting from the inside out.
The modern vinyl fence is strengthened with UV inhibitors, so it will not fade or weaken under exposure to the Sun.
Low maintenance costs
Due to the excellent durability of vinyl fencing you will find maintenance costs low, especially compared with a wooden fence.
You will not have any call to paint, treat or protect the fence every year, as you do with the wooden one.
The low use of chemicals can only be good for the ranch animals, another layer of protection for them.
On large properties the annual maintenance costs quickly mount up, this will not be an issue with vinyl fencing.
Vinyl doesn’t break easily
Ranch owners know only too well the problem of breaks in a fence.
A fence can break under high winds, snow or even when animals run through it when scared or just with their dander up.
Debris blowing across the land gathers momentum and often breaks through a fence.
Vinyl doesn’t break easily, and the modern form can withstand high winds, sheeting rain, sleet, broken branches and heavy snowfalls.
Traditional wire fences can snap under pressure too, but this doesn’t happen with your vinyl fence.
Installing is quick and very straightforward
If you are changing your fence you do not want to spend too long on the installation.
Vinyl ranch fencing is light, easy to handle and you can erect one on the property in a matter of days.
It’s not exactly a one-person job, but you can do a lot of the work without the need of taking hands away from another task on the ranch.
Vinyl fencing comes flat-packed and the rails click easily into the posts, without any need for cutting to fit or drilling any extra holes.
Vinyl is easy to fix
The durability will mean that there isn’t much fixing to do on a vinyl fence.
Breaks do happen, but they are easy and quick to fix.
This is a vital consideration when you have animals on the ranch.
You want to stop them from wandering through any gaps in the broken fence.
Just remove the broken panel and slot in the new one with little fuss.
The fence is as good as new new in double quick time.
Vinyl is an excellent material for a ranch fence.
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