Vinyl Fence Maintaining Tips

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Many homeowners and business owners opt for vinyl fencing for one simple reason. They are low maintenance. Unlike wood, vinyl will not rot. It is not prone to termites. And it does not require annual painting or staining. Vinyl fences are also incredibly attractive. Okay, so maybe that is two reasons to choose vinyl fencing, but we digress. Vinyl fences require very little maintenance. But they do require somemaintenance.

LOW MAINTENANCE DOES NOT MEAN NO MAINTENANCE: LEARN HOW TO MAINTAIN A VINYL FENCE

  1. Cleaning: Over the long, hard winter your fence can become a little dirtier than you’d like. So it’s time for a little spring cleaning. Fortunately, cleaning a vinyl fence is easy. Grab your hose and give your fence a thorough spray. This should help eliminate most dirt and grime. If persistent stains remain, just mix a non-abrasive household cleaner with water, grab a soft sponge, and get to scrubbing.
  2. Visual Inspection: Give your vinyl fence a thorough visual inspection and look for signs of damage. As they say, a stitch in time saves nine. The same principal is true for fence maintenance. Addressing a small issue now can help prevent it from turning into a major, costly issue down the road.

Because you do not have to waste time with complicated maintenance procedures, you can devote that time instead to other landscaping projects and ensure you have the best looking house on the block.

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