Trying to choose your fencing material can be difficult with so many options. From vinyl fences to aluminum and wood variations, there are so many to choose from. Let’s go through each and determine some of the benefits, as well as some of the downfalls of certain materials to help you determine exactly what material you want.

Vinyl Fencing

Vinyl fencing material is typically known as the best of the best.  Vinyl is essentially maintenance-free. Even if there are some man-made stains on the fence, a hose and some soap can make the fence look brand new. The aesthetic and long lifespan allocate a bit of benefit to choosing vinyl fencing.

Aluminum Fencing

This material is one of the most basic and attractive ones on the market. Many styles are great for pool applications and provide a more eye pleasing look than chain link. They are also essentially maintenance-free, meaning that no additional work needs to go in to keep them looking great.

Wood Fencing

Wood fencing is the option that has been around the longest, but it also requires a lot of maintenance to keep it looking nice.  It eventually will need to be replaced.

Chain Link Fencing

Known for being one of the most inexpensive forms of fencing, chain link fencing is durable and needs little maintenance. It, unfortunately, does not provide any privacy, but this can be changed with some DIY projects, such as adding shrubbery and plants.

At Hulme Fence, we offer a huge variety of fencing. If you are looking for a fencing specialist in your area, contact us today by filling out our contact form, or by giving us a call at (978) 258-3915.