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Vinyl Fence Products

At Meridian Fence, we offer a wide variety of vinyl fencing. Take a look below at some of the options we offer:

Vinyl Privacy Fence

The Cascade is our traditional style of privacy fence.

The Chesterfield with Closed Picket is a 6′ tall solid privacy fence.
Columbia w/ Lattice – This design showcases one of our most popular styles of fence.
Lexington w/ Scalloped Picket – The Lexington is one of our most popular privacy fences. 
Panel Privacy – his style of fence uses a three 1.5”x5.5” rails which fit the corrugated panels in nicely. 

Semi-Privacy Fence

Imperial Style – The “Imperial” semi-privacy fence is a great way to enclose your back yard

Vinyl Picket Fence

Cape Cod – The “Cape Cod” picket fence is one of our best sellers.

Danbury – The Danbury scalloped picket comes with 1.5″x1.5″ pickets and a standard gap of 3″. 
Providence – The Providence scalloped picket is another one of our most popular styles of fence.  It comes in standard heights of 3′, 4′, and 5′. Each picket is 3″ wide with a gap of 3″. Every picket is notched so they won’t come out of the rail. 
Providence-Face Mount

Porch Rail

Traditional Porch Rail – For those who prefer a more basic look.  Our “Traditional Porch Rail” is an excellent substitution for those who do not want to use wood. It comes standard with 1.5″x1.5″ pickets and comes in both 3′ and 4′ heights to match your porch.

Spindle Porch Rail – A more decorative look.

Other Vinyl Products

Pool Fence – The Shasta is our #1 selling pool fence. Don’t confuse our pool fence with other pool fences on the internet. Our fence comes standard with pickets that are 1.5″ x 1.5″ wide so you still have the ability to see the beauty of your pool design. Each picket is spaced 3″ apart so that pool code can be met.
Ranch Rail – Ranch Rail is the perfect choice for those with animals, or for those who want a defined perimeter around their property.

Pergola – We have several different styles of shade covers that can be custom fit to your needs. Please contract us for more information regarding our product.

Gazebo – We have several different style of Gazebo’s to choose from. For more information please contact us.

Arbor – The Victorian is our most popular arbor. With its flat top and lattice sides it brings back the old cottage look.

Post Caps – Various post caps to choose from.

About Vinyl Fencing

Vinyl fence (aka PVC fence) has been around since the 1980’s and was originally used for low cost/durable horse fencing. As time went on vinyl fencing became more and more popular and different styles began to emerge. Due to more mild weather, vinyl fence grew its popularity in the east coast. As vinyl interest started to make its way west, additives such as titanium dioxide (TiO2), UV inhibitors, and impact modifiers were used to stable the brittleness and discoloration issues so to allow it to function in the warmer climates.

Vinyl has become popular because if its low maintenance, easy to clean, and ability to withstand the test of time. Backed by its limited lifetime warranty, vinyl has become the most preferred fence to put around your home or place of business. It has a higher wind rating than traditional fence styles like cedar and there is no painting or staining. If a piece of fence material becomes damaged, it is usually easily replaced.

Typically, vinyl fence comes in two different colors, white and some sort of off beige/tan. We don’t see many other colors because the cost of adding the Ti02 and other modifiers. We tend to see a higher price in the beige for that simple reason, it takes more Ti02 to keep its color. Also, not all vinyl is created equal. There is such thing as a commercial grade and residential grade. Commercial grade is usually thicker and a different size than most residential grades.

When you are about to start your project, check and make sure you have pulled the proper permits and all utilities have been marked. Make sure the company you hire to do the work is reputable and can handle your particular project. If you are using vinyl for your porch railing, make sure the spacing between pickets pass code and are thick enough to stop someone from falling.

Vinyl fence is also one of the easier styles of fence to install yourself. There are several videos online that show you how to install any type of design on the market today.