There is a reason why vinyl fencing is the most popular type of fence in the Winter Haven areas. They are affordable, look great, need minimum. maintenance, and last for decades.
So, if you’ve been thinking about having a fence installed on your property, vinyl is defiantly worth considering.
At Fence Central we specialize in custom fence installation, exceptional service and craftsmanship. We use only the highest quality materials and professionally trained installers, we pledge to deliver a superior fence designed to meet your specific needs.
We stand behind this pledge with a one year, 100% craftsmanship guarantee; and our material partners also provide an extensive warranty on most products.
The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Vinyl Fencing
How do vinyl fences hold up to the harsh weather, what about discoloration?
When it comes to vinyl there is no need to worry about wind, rain, intense heat from the sun, or moisture, damaging or discoloring the fence. They don’t succumb to the elements like other fencing materials.
In fact, the vinyl fences at Fence Central are U.V. protected and backed by a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty that covers cracking, peeling, and flaking. When you choose vinyl, you can feel confident that you will never have to replace your fence, they have been designed to last a lifetime.
What type of maintenance is required?
If you don’t want to spend your weekends servicing or repairing a fence, then vinyl is the way to go. If the fence gets dirty from debris or dirt, they just need to be hosed down, that’s it!
Want to know more about vinyl fencing?
If you’ve been thinking about having a vinyl fence installed on your property, contact Fence Central for a quote. Our friendly and knowledgeable office staff is available to assist you.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the family at Fence Central encourages everyone to join us in learning more about breast cancer and support those who are suffering with the disease.
Though we have made great progress in early detection, cancer treatment and finding a cure, we still have a long way to go.