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8 Ways Vinyl Fencing Outperforms Wood - gb&d

8 Ways Vinyl Fencing Outperforms Wood

8 Ways Vinyl Fencing Outperforms Wood By Stephanie Crets AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to Email Superior Plastic Lattice Fence [Photo: Courtesy of Superior Plastic Products] PDF IconDownload a PDF of this story. To learn more, visit Superior Plastic Products. Superior Plastic Products’ solutions stand the test of time. The “American dream” usually includes a house surrounded by a white picket fence. It never specified what type of fence; many people just assumed it was wood. But if you want that dream to be truly long-lasting, vinyl fencing is the way to go. Wood fences rot, warp, deteriorate, and splinter over time. They need to be replaced and painted often. Vinyl fences, on the other hand, are a lower-maintenance solution for anyone’s fencing needs. Superior Plastic Products offers high-quality, durable vinyl fencing, railing, and lawn and garden products that stand the test of time. “A wood fence is cheaper, but then you have to worry about fence maintenance over the long term,” says Melanie Hess, content writer and event coordinator at Superior Plastic Products. “My husband and I had a wooden fence. It was falling down, the pickets were all different colors, and it was rotting out.

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