How to: Cleaning Vinyl Fencing

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Vinyl fencing is well known for its durability and longevity, but one of the best things about vinyl fencing is that it is low maintenance.  Unlike wood which must be painted or treated regularly and will need to be replaced often, vinyl fencing will last throughout the years with very little upkeep. The great thing about vinyl is how simple it is to clean, as well as its ability to look brand new year after year.  Cleaning your vinyl fence can be done in two methods depending on how set in the dirt or mildew. 

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Why Vinyl Fencing is the Best Choice for Your Property

There are many options available when looking for a way to enclose your garden, yard or pool area. Long before you make it to the plethora of colors and styles out there, though, you are first encountered with a simpler problem - which building material to choose.

While chain link, steel, wood, and vinyl are by far the most common choices, vinyl is the clear winner when it comes to your space and budget.

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How to Guide: High Wind Installation

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At Weatherables, we only use the highest quality materials to manufacture our fencing and railing products.  From our durable vinyl to our aluminum inserts, we don’t hold back on quality. Did you know that many of our fencing panels can also withstand winds up to 130 mph*?  

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The Best Porch Railing for your Home

Looking to make some improvements to your porch? At Weatherables®, we are the leaders in manufacturing durable, affordable porch railing solutions.

The right kind of porch railing perfectly complements your outdoor setup, so you want to make sure to get the best.

At Weatherables®, we are the leader in all types of porch railing products, thanks to a commitment to the very best quality, long-term durability under all conditions and exceptional customer service.

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Why Vinyl Fencing Beats Wood and Metal

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There are many options available when looking for a way to enclose your garden, yard or pool area. Long before you make it to the plethora of shapes and styles out there, though, you are first encountered with a simpler problem - which building material to choose.

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