A well-constructed, quality fence can do many things for your home. It can keep neighbors out, keep children and pets in, and enhance the aesthetic appeal of your property. The bad news is that fence installation can get expensive—but it doesn’t have to.
We’ve put together a list of some of the most affordable fence options for your home that won’t break the bank.
1. Hog Wire (Up to $5 per Foot)
Definitely one of the most budget-friendly fencing options, a hog wire fence is known for its simple ability to keep in small animals and to mark property boundaries. Hog wire is usually strung along wooden railings, meaning that you can pair this material with different types of wood for the aesthetic you want.
2. Chain Link (Up to $20 per Foot)
Chain link comprises interlacing metal wires, resulting in a fence that is both budget-friendly and strong. While this fence doesn’t offer much when it comes to privacy or looks, it does well as a property boundary, as well as keeping strangers out of your yard.
3. Pine (Up to $20 per Foot)
Pine fences consist of panels that are treated to resist rot and pests. Not only does this make the fence strong but they also tend to be aesthetically pleasing. Keep in mind that pine fences have a higher risk of warping or twisting, so be sure that your fence panels are of the highest quality—especially if you’re in a humid, rainy area like Hawaii.
4. Vinyl (Up to $40 per Foot)
At first glance, vinyl may not appear to be budget-friendly due to its initial installation cost. But it’s the quality features of a vinyl fence that make it a great deal. Vinyl is well-known to be both strong and durable, allowing it to withstand punishment. It also requires almost no maintenance, meaning that you’ll spend less money in the long run.
Affordable Fencing Options
If you are interested in learning more about affordable fencing options, contact Best Vinyl today. Also, our most recent blog in January talks about how to choose the best material for a fence for your home. This insight will make it a lot easier to choose which fencing option you want to go with!