Vinyl fencing can offer increased privacy, security, and is an attractive option for many homeowners or business owners. However, when considering installing this type of fence, one must consider the cost of installation. Here we will go through the cost of installing a vinyl fence.
On average, a vinyl fence can cost about $19-$35 per foot. This is a nationwide average. Decorate fence installation with special detail can increase the cost at about $50 per foot. There are certain factors that can affect the cost of an installation. One of these factors is the size of the project. This will be measured in linear feet. The cost can also be affected by design choices. Other fence features that are added to the base installation can also increase the cost. Many fencing companies will charge for installation by the linear foot. This will include the cost of labor and the cost of materials, for a total cost of the project.
For vinyl fencing, there are several additional costs to be considered. Vinyl fencing could include the vinyl posts, the post caps, or the vinyl fence panels. These will all be included in the total cost of the fencing project. There are also options to consider when thinking about the design of your vinyl fence.
The styles of vinyl fences can be very different, and depend on the customer’s choice of style. The great thing about vinyl fences, however, are very versatile. Vinyl fencing can be cut into lattice, picket style fencing, a privacy fence, or a tongue and groove style of fencing. Whatever styles that are available for wood fencing can be made in vinyl fencing as well. The purpose of the fence and design can affect the total cost of the fence. A small vinyl fence will cost much less than a vinyl privacy fence for a very large yard.
In vinyl fencing installations, many customers like to add a gate to their fencing. One gate in fencing could cost $300-$400. A double-wide gate could cost around double the price of a normal one. Several fencing companies recommend having at least two access points in fencing. The price of installation can also affect the total cost of the project. There are many companies that charge per linear foot as stated previously. They may, however, add cost if the ground where installing the fence is particularly rocky or has brush or debris that needs to be cleared. Other fence installers may charge by hour worked, including any prep work required. Fencing companies can make recommendations as to what type of fence to install in addition to the cost.
Vinyl fencing is a maintenance free fencing option, but cost should be considered when choosing the sizes and styles of fencing, as some variations may incur an extra cost. While other fences may be cheaper initially, they will cost much more in maintenance during the life of the fence. Vinyl fencing will not require a lot of maintenance which will decrease the cost of the fence overall. Vinyl fencing can be considered a good investment, and it is easy to estimate the cost of a vinyl fencing installation.