Best in Class Vinyl Fencing
Guaranteed to hold up to extreme Midwest weather. Limited lifetime warranty against peeling, cracking, and chipping.
Spend less time on projects, because vinyl doesn’t require repainting, staining or replacing. It won’t fade, crack or peel so you can spend more time enjoying your home.
Styles and Colors
It won’t cost you a fortune to add curb appeal and complement your home’s exterior with our large variety of styles and colors.
The flexible material of vinyl is impact-resistant which means it stands up to everyday wear and tear. Vinyl fencing is erosion-resistant, fade-resistant and insect-resistant, so termites and carpenter ants won’t damage it. Where traditional fence materials like metal and wood rust and rot, vinyl fence doesn’t. It’s durability is the reason people choose it. And, American Fence Corporation’s vinyl fence products are backed by a lifetime transferable warranty so you can have peace of mind that your investment is protected.
American Fence Corporation provides you with the best PVC and vinyl fencing through reputable partners with quality vinyl fencing manufacturers like Ply Gem Fence & Rail.
Vinyl Fence FAQ
What is the cost of vinyl compared to wood?
Comparable. As a matter of fact, if you compare a typical #1 grade cedar fence and add the price of staining, vinyl fencing is more price competitive. Vinyl costs less than ornamental steel.
Will vinyl burn?
PVC has a flash point of approximately 900 degrees and will not easily ignite. Vinyl is classified as “self-extinguishing”.
What is the warranty on our vinyl fence?
All of our PVC products carry a lifetime warranty. During the life of the vinyl fence, you should not expect to find peeling, chipping, surface cracking or rot. Almost all vinyl products carry a lifetime warranty. Be sure to select a reputable fence contractor with many years of experience who will be around to service your warranty.
How strong is vinyl?
Unlike wood or metal fencing, vinyl fencing has a degree of flexibility. However, the materials are engineered to be impact-resistant with a chemical formulation that will withstand a wide range of normal use. From rocks to balls to animals, your American Fence Company of Lincoln vinyl fence will hold up to the challenge.
Do you cement the vinyl fence posts?
Absolutely! All vinyl posts should be set in pre-mixed wet concrete. Not dry mix with water added later. This application generally does not provide 100% consistency in the concrete. Concrete should be placed under and around the fence post.
How long will a vinyl fence last?
PVC fencing will last a lifetime. This is where vinyl fencing stands apart from wood and ornamental. The only thing you may notice is you may see the fence lose a little sheen over time.
How do you clean vinyl fencing?
As with all outside products, your fence will become dirty when exposed to the elements. A mild detergent and water will keep your fence or deck rail looking new. For tough stains, Soft Scrub or baking soda works well. Simple Green and steel wool also works to clean stubborn stains.
Does vinyl fence become brittle in the winter?
As with most PVC products, vinyl will become less flexible in the colder weather. However, unless subjected to unusual impact, quality vinyl materials will not break or crack. At American Fence Company of Lincoln, our PVC is manufactured in Wisconsin, thus engineered to accommodate normal temperature swings in the Midwest.
Will vinyl fence yellow?
Modern quality vinyl fencing contains titanium dioxide (TIO2) which prevents ultraviolet degradation. American Fence Corporation has partnered with Kroy Vinyl Products in warrantying our product for 20 years against premature discoloration and yellowing.
Will vinyl fence fade?
Like vinyl siding and windows, vinyl fencing will lose a little of its sheen overtime. However, it will not fade. Modern vinyl fencing has a chemical formulation similar to sunscreen. It is designed to permanently reflect the sun’s rays and hold its colors.
There are dozens of PVC products available across fence contractors, varying from recycled pop bottles to virgin vinyl. Be sure to select a high-quality product from an established fence contractor with at least a decade of experience. You can be sure that these contractors have selected only quality products for your yard.
Will vinyl fence break?
Vinyl fence materials can break if subjected to a direct impact, i.e. an automobile, ball, or a rock thrown from a mower. Under normal use, the fence will not break when installed properly. If your fence does
break, call American Fence Company of Lincoln. In most cases the rails and pickets can easily be replaced.
Should my vinyl fence be unique to my yard?
It is absolutely essential that you select a fence contractor who is also a custom fabricator. At American Fence Company of Lincoln, we use a five-step process to build your vinyl fence.
1. At American Fence Company of Lincoln, we personally meet with you to review your design and layout.
2. We stake your yard for your review and approval.
3. We provide you with a post layout map, showing you where each fence post will be installed.
4. After the posts are set, we make a fabrication drawing, illustrating the dimensions and slope of each bay.
5. Our computerized custom fabrication shop fabricates each individual panel according to this drawing.
Pre-boxed and pre-cut vinyl fencing just won’t do for your home.
Can I get custom vinyl fence styles in Lincoln?
Yes. By selecting a custom vinyl fabricator like American Fence Company of Lincoln, you can create almost any design. With the Midwest’s largest computerized fabrication shop, we can build your dream.
Is the PVC graffiti proof?
Although not classified as graffiti proof, vinyl fencing is easy to clean and paint comes off with just a small amount of effort. It may require the use of a pressure washer or, in extreme cases, the use of paint thinner. 400 grit sandpaper can be used when some spots will not come off using the above methods.
How does PVC hold up to weed eaters?
As with all PVC and wood products, direct contact with lawn and garden equipment can cause damage to the posts. Use caution when operating any type of equipment near fence posts, especially commercial trimmers, which are more aggressive. Ask us about our weed barrier products for lawn trimming near your fence.