A vinyl / PVC fence and accessories requires virtually no maintenance. The high quality of Danielle Designer Series™, Country Estate™, Country Manor™, and G-Fence™ products are impervious to deterioration from moisture, temperature extremes, ultraviolet light exposure. and the wear and tear from time itself. You will never have to scrape or paint your vinyl fence, unlike wood, metal, aluminum, or imitation PVC fence. You will be able to enjoy your Danielle Fence vinyl fence from the very first day it is installed to years down the road. No traditional fence maintenance is required.
In the event that your PVC fence grows mold, you can quickly and easily clean it off using a pressure washer. That is all that is needed to make your fence look new again!
If the day comes when you no longer have a use for your vinyl / PVC fence, then it can be dismantled and the materials can be safely recycled.
Every project is different but in most cases the answer is yes. It is common for fence and outdoor home improvement projects to be completed in phases, which means they are spread out over time. A new section of Danielle fence can be added to a previous project and when done, both the old and the new will blend perfectly.
Yes, a beautiful fence around your property enhances its value in many ways. It may provide privacy to your backyard or prevent uninvited guests to your swimming pool. Maybe you simply want an attractive backdrop for your flower garden, or the ability to give your dog room to run and play without escaping. Adding a fence is a great way to get any of those tasks done, with flair. If you ever decide to sell your home, then your Danielle fence will add to the appeal of your listing because potential buyers will know that they won’t have to go through the time and expense of adding a fence themselves.
Does Danielle Fence install vinyl or PVC fence in colors other than white, and can it be textured or have a wood-grain finish?
Danielle Fence styles are available in four colors: white, almond, adobe, and gray. These different color choices will make it easy to match a fence to your residence. All four colors can also be embossed or streaked, to add even more options for you.
Ideally, the company that you hire should be someone you know or someone who has successfully installed a fence or outdoor project for a friend or neighbor.
A good fence contractor and installer:
- Is well known and easily reached by phone or in-person.
- Has a physical showroom that you can visit to inspect materials and samples.
- Has an established reputation.
- Will provide you with a detailed specification page showing the design and the materials to be used for your new fence.
- Will show you photos of previous installations and offer names of past customers for references.
- Will work with you to understand your needs and create designs for your requests.
- Will not ask you to pay for the entire job in advance.
- Will never pressure you to sign a contract.
What is the required fence clearance for fire hydrants in Hillsborough, Pasco, Polk, and other counties in Florida?
All hydrants must have a 4′ rear clearance and a 7′ clearance on all other sides of the valve, including landscaping. Rear clearance means the side of the hydrant with no valve.