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Vinyl fencing Bucks County, PA

Vinyl fence installation in Bucks County, PA. Low maintenance and durable vinyl fence. Get a free estimate for vinyl fence installation in Bucks County. Check out our vinyl fencing services below.

Why Choose Vinyl Fence?

Vinyl fencing (PVC fence) provides a durable, low maintenance alternative to traditional wood fences. It offers an ornamental and elegant design that will add beauty to your yard while also providing the security you need.

The advantage of vinyl fence?

  • Versatility: Beyond the basic white vinyl fence that you may be familiar with you can get vinyl fencing in a wide array of array of styles, colors and textures. Many options now exist for realistic wood grain textures that recreate the look of natural wood fences.
  • Low Maintenance: Vinyl fence requires far less maintenance than a wood fence. Vinyl won’t warp, rot, splinter, peel or blister like wood. Vinyl fence never needs sanding, staining or painting. All it needs is an occasional washing with a garden hose to keep it looking good.
  • Long Lasting Color: Stained and painted wood fences will peel and fade over time. Quality vinyl fence in bright white will be manufactured with titanium dioxide to resist fading due to UV exposure. The continued improvement of vinyl fencing created dark colored vinyl that also resists sunlight.
  • Warranty: Vinyl fence manufactures often offer a warranty, unlike wood fences, which generally only come with a workmanship warranty from the installer.
  • Environmentally Friendly:  Turns our vinyl fence is very environmentally friendly. PVC fence manufacturing takes less energy than wood or metal fences. Vinyl fences last longer so they need replacement less often. And, vinyl is fully recycleable and can be manufactured into new products.

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Vinyl Fence FAQ

To calculate the basic price of a proposed vinyl fence installation, you need to know how many linear feet of fencing will be required.

  • Estimate how many feet of fencing you need to install.
  • Multiply the total linear feet by the cost of materials and labor which range from $15 to $40 per linear foot.
  • Add the cost of a gate, which ranges between $300 and $1,500.

For example, 100 feet of vinyl fencing could cost between $1,500 to $6,000. A 6 feet tall privacy fence will cost more while a picket fence would cost closer to the lower end.

Vinyl is one of the most durable fencing materials on the market. You will need to make a larger investment upfront to install a vinyl fence. However, you will save money in the long run. Also, vinyl requires much less maintenance than wood fencing, saving you valuable time and money.

Vinyl fence and PVC are interchangeable terms. All available vinyl fencing is made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride).

The life expectancy of a typical vinyl fence is 20-30 years, but will differ based on the quality and brand of vinyl fence. To estimate how long a specific vinyl fence should last check the manufacturer’s warranty. Most vinyl fence warranties range from 20 years to a lifetime warranty.

Vinyl Fence Company Bucks County PA

Our vinyl fencing contractors build and repair fences throughout Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our service area includes the communities of Bedminster, Bensalem, Bristol, Buckingham, Chalfont, Croydon, Doylestown, Dublin, Fairless Hills, Furlong, Jamison, Langhorne, Levittown, Middletown, Morrisville, New Britain, New Hope, Newtown, Northampton, Perkasie, Quakertown, Richboro, Sellersville, Southampton, Springfield, Telford, Warminster, Warrington, and Yardley.

Bucks County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As of the 2020 census, the population was 646,538; making it is the fourth-most populous county in Pennsylvania. The county seat and county government are located in Doylestown. The county is named after the English county of Buckinghamshire or more precisely, its abbreviation.

Bucks County constitutes part of the northern boundary of the Philadelphia–Camden–Wilmington, PA–NJ–DE–MD Metropolitan Statistical Area, more commonly known as the Delaware Valley. It is located immediately northeast of Philadelphia and forms part of the southern tip of the eastern state border with New Jersey.

Origin of Bucks County

Bucks County is one of the three original counties created by William Penn in 1682. Penn named the county after Buckinghamshire, the county in which he lived in England. He built a country estate, Pennsbury Manor, in Falls Township, Bucks County.

Some places in Bucks County were named after locations in Buckinghamshire, including Buckingham and Buckingham Township, named after the former county town of Buckinghamshire; Chalfont, named after Chalfont St Giles, the parish home of William Penn’s first wife and the location of the Jordans Quaker Meeting House, where Penn is buried; Solebury Township, named after Soulbury, England; and Wycombe, named after the town of High Wycombe.

Bucks County was originally much larger than it is today. Northampton County was formed in 1752 from part of Bucks County, and Lehigh County was formed in 1812 from part of Northampton County.

Communities in Bucks County

Under Pennsylvania law, there are four types of incorporated municipalities: cities, boroughs, townships, and towns. Zoning rules regarding fence construction and repair are determined are determined at borough and township level. Bucks County is divided into the following boroughs and townships:

  • Bristol
  • Chalfont
  • Doylestown
  • Dublin
  • Hulmeville
  • Ivyland
  • Langhorne
  • Langhorne Manor
  • Morrisville
  • New Britain
  • New Hope
  • Newtown
  • Penndel
  • Perkasie
  • Quakertown
  • Richlandtown
  • Riegelsville
  • Sellersville
  • Silverdale
  • Telford
  • Trumbauersville
  • Tullytown
  • Yardley
  • Bedminster
  • Bensalem
  • Bridgeton
  • Bristol
  • Buckingham
  • Doylestown
  • Durham
  • East Rockhill
  • Falls
  • Haycock
  • Hilltown
  • Lower Makefield
  • Lower Southampton
  • Middletown
  • Milford
  • New Britain
  • Newtown
  • Nockamixon
  • Northampton
  • Plumstead
  • Richland
  • Solebury
  • Springfield
  • Tinicum
  • Upper Makefield
  • Upper Southampton
  • Warminster
  • Warrington
  • Warwick
  • West Rockhill
  • Wrightstown

Last Updated: April 26, 2024

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