FAQ


What kind of maintenance does vinyl fencing require?

Virtually no maintenance is needed for your new Danielle/Country Estate™/Country Manor™ and G-Fence™ vinyl / PVC fencing and fence accessories. This high-quality white vinyl fencing is perfect for the Florida climate because it is impervious to deterioration from moisture, temperature extremes, ultraviolet exposure and the wear and tear from time itself. You'll never have to scrape or paint your Vinyl fence again, unlike any wood, metal, aluminum or imitation PVC fence. From the day your new vinyl fence from Danielle Fence of Central Florida is installed all traditional fence maintenance halts.


How does vinyl fence affect the environment?

Vinyl is an inert material that does not transmit pollutants into the ground or the air. The chemicals used to pressure treat wood fencing pollute the soil. Fumes from the paint applied to wood fences pollute the air. You do not have to cut down an oxygen producing tree to build a Danielle/Country Estate™/Country Manor™ and G-Fence™ Vinyl Fence and with wood fencing, you may have to cut additional trees to replace and repair broken boards. Less fossil fuel is used to produce, install and maintain a Danielle/Country Estate Vinyl™ fence than is used to grow a forest, protect it from insects, harvest and mill the trees into lumber, and paint and maintain a wood fence.
If recycling plastic materials is done wisely, it is a wonderful contribution to society. There are many disposable or semi-permanent items that utilize recycled materials appropriately. However, the quality of a "permanent" item such as Danielle/Country Estate™/Country Manor™ and G-Fence™ Vinyl Fence should not be compromised. If the use of inferior materials causes a fence to be replaced before its time, the total fossil fuel fencing cost will be greater than the fossil fuels used in Vinyl fencing manufactured from pristine materials. Someday, when you no longer have a use for your Danielle/Country Estate™/Country Manor™ and G-Fence™ Vinyl Fence, it may be dismantled and recycled.


Can you add-on wood, vinyl, aluminum, post & rail fence or gates?

Wood, Country Estate™ Country Manor™ and G-Fence™ Vinyl Fence, aluminum, post & rail fencing and fence gates from Danielle Fence of Central Florida will be just as white in ten, fifteen, twenty, or more years. Many fence, paver and outdoor living and outdoor home improvement projects are completed in phases and spread out over time. A new fence can be added to an old project and both the old and the new will be the same.


Will a quality wood, vinyl, aluminum, post & rail fence or simulated stone fence enhance my property value?

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. You may simply desire a backdrop for your most beautiful flower gardens. Fencing gets all of those tasks done . . . with flair. If you decide to sell your residence, your Danielle/Country Estate™ fence is ready to show, because it looks new all of the time.


Does Danielle Fence install vinyl or PVC fencing in any colors other than white - can it be textured or have a wood-grain finish?

Danielle Fence offers 4 colors: traditional white, almond, adobe, and gray. With that many to choose from, there is bound to be a color to match your residence. Be sure to check out our Textured and Embossed styles to add another dimension to your fence.


How do I find a reputable fence contractor in Central Florida - Tampa Bay Area?

Ideally, your Fence Dealer/Installer/manufacturer and contractor is someone you know or someone who has installed successfully for a friend or neighbor.

A good fence contractor and installer:

  • Is well known and easily reached by phone or in-person.
  • Has a storefront for you 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 in your new fence.
  • Will show you a number of photos of previous installations and names of owners.
  • Will strive to provide clear solutions 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 Polk, Hillsborough, Pasco and other counties in Florida?

All hydrants must have a 4' rear clearance and a 7' clearance on all other sides of the valve. (This includes landscaping) Rear clearance means the side of the hydrant with no valve.