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PVC Fence

Durable PVC Fence

PVC fencing material has become more popular with homeowners over the past several years. Its increase in sales is due to how it provides all the benefits of traditional wood-fence material without the maintenance and repair issues. PVC material is UV-protected, so it never needs to be repainted. Most are scratch and dent resistant, and the material will never rot, shrink or decompose. Even though wood or iron fencing can be a more affordable choice in terms of pricing, PVC fencing can save homeowners more money over time.

Homeowners who simply need a fence to designate a property line should go with a PVC picket fence. These traditional-style fences can add an aesthetic value to any property, and they are ideal for defining boundaries. Picket fences are often customizable and can be purchased in different sizes and colours. Many homeowners choose to use decorative post caps or vinyl gates to contribute to this traditional look. The actual cost depends on local rates, the number of fence posts installed and the complexity of the installation site.

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Quality ingredients

Even if a fence looks and feels strong, it may not be. In addition to a visual inspection of the vinyl fencing system, be sure to ask about the fence’s ingredients. For example, you can to look for virgin vinyl (as opposed to recycled scraps), UV inhibitors, stabilizers (to prevent sagging and melting), and professional-grade ingredients.

A great warranty

Your new fence may look great now, but what if something happens to it a few months or years down the line? To ensure that you’ll be covered, look for a product with an excellent lifetime warranty.

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Easy installation

Assuming you wish to install the fence yourself, look for a fencing system that is easy to install. Vinyl, luckily, is easy to work with when compared to some other materials, like steel and wood. Even if you don’t wish to install the fence yourself, a product with easy installation will equate to lower installation costs.

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PVC Fence Installation (reference)

Step 1. Pounding Posts Setting Fence Layout

- Before you begin pounding it is important to have the utilities checked to avoid puncturing any unseen lines.

- It is also important to check property lines before laying out your fence line.

- In order to get each fence line straight, it is best to run a string line at least 6”within your property to avoid encroaching adjacent property.

checked to avoid puncturing any unseen lines

- Steel posts should be spaced 96” on centre or 94”inside to inside (one of the vinyl rails can be used as a spacer) and pounded at least 3 to 4 deep. For 6’sections posts should be 72” on centre.

- Use a level and your string line to ensure that the steel posts are as plumb as possible while pounding. Post collars will allow for adjustment after.

Step 2. Setting Post Collars

- Each post gets two sockets which consist of an inner ring and an outer ring.

- Slip inner rings cogs facing up and outer rings cogs facing down onto posts in alternating order starting with a small ring.
It is recommended to slip both sets of collar assemblies (Inner and Outer Rings) over each Pipe prior to pounding into the ground because some lighter wall Pipe may “mushroom” on the gounded end and make it difficult to sleeve collars overtop afterwards.

Setting Post Collars

Note: The bottom collar can be set below ground level by digging at the base of the post (Fig B.) or above the bottom rail 12-16”off ground (Fig A.) This will affect how you set your fence for height in Step 3.

- Next, fasten the smaller rings in position with self-tapping screws then using a level set the large rings of all the end and corner posts making sure they are plumb in both directions.

- It is best to set all bottom sockets in a parallel direction along the fence line and top sockets in a perpendicular direction away from the fence line.

Note: in the Figure A scenario It is best to space the collars consistently ie: 30” apart. This makes them easier to locate once the Vinyl Post is sleeved over top.

Step 3. String Line

- Once the corner and end post collars are set run the string-line on the top collars for each run of the fence from end posts to corner posts etc. (Figure A)

String Line

-Adjust remaining collars to string and fasten to posts.

- Using the level, plumb the remaining bottom collars with the top collars and fasten to the posts.

Step 4. Setting posts for height

- Place all 5x5 vinyl posts over the steel posts & sockets (long end down) making sure they are in the correct positions, ie: line, corner, end etc.

- Insert all galvanized reinforcements into the 8’bottom rails and insert bottom rails into posts.

Setting posts for height

(NOTE: Some bottom Rails may need to be custom cut for length. Make sure the rails are tight between steel pipe)

- Attach‘U’Channel between holes onto each post with one screw at the top (Figure B)

- Set end posts and corner posts for height by inserting a screw (or two) into the lower socket through the vinyl post. (Figure D and E)

Set end posts and corner posts for height

- Run a string over the top of posts from end to end of each fence line. Then set the rest of the posts to height by lifting to string and fastening to collars, either through U Channel and post into top collar (Figure C) or bottom Collar (Figure D), or through the post below the rail into bottom collar (Figure E).

Step 5. Fence Boards and Top Rails

- Insert interlocking fence boards into bottom rails. (Figure A)

- In some sections, a plank may need to be cut for width or a shim hidden behind u channel so the boards are snug.

- In sloped sections, corners of boards at the top and bottom may need to be cut to accommodate the slope (Figure B)

corners of boards at the top

- Insert top rails (Figure A) if there are no notches on rails put a set screw inside post into top rail. (Figure C)

Fence Boards and Top Rails

put a set screw inside

- Note: If the fence is picket or lattice accent it is easiest to put the accent together on the ground first and insert after.

- Glue on Caps (Figure A)

Step 6. Sit on your lawn Chair and enjoy your Maintenance Free Vinyl Fence!
The installation is complete

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