How much does PVC Fencing cost?
There are many variables when it comes to PVC fencing pricing. For example the style of PVC fence chosen, access to the site, location of the site, additional dimensions such as gates, corners, angles etc. As a guide, prices start from $190 per metre (1.8m high) for PVC fencing.
Do you only build fences or do you provide other home improvement services?
Platinum PVC Fencing is owned and operated by Platinum Property Improvements. We provide a full range of outdoor home improvement services such as Patios, Carports, Decks and basically any outdoor improvement. Visit the Platinum Property Improvements website.
Does a PVC fence require maintenance?
We call PVC fencing a zero maintenance style of fence because it does not require painting or any other form of regular maintenance.
Do your fences come with a warranty?
Our standard installation fences come with a minimum 30 year manufacturer’s warranty. There are two different types of pvc fencing product that we use, depending on our client’s requirements. Gold Series comes with a 30 year warranty and Platinum Series comes with a 50 year warranty.
What's the difference between PVC, plastic and vinyl fencing?
Many people refer to PVC fencing as plastic or vinyl fencing. So in short there’s no difference between these types of fencing in most scenarios – it’s just that people use different terminology.
Is PVC fencing safe for horses / animals?
Our PVC fences have smooth surfaces with no nails or sharp edges. The specially designed rail notching system allows the rail to pop out of the post under impact, making it less inclined to break. Under normal circumstances the fence will flex and then return to its original shape. If your horse hits the fence at a speed, the rails are designed to ‘pop’ out, thus minimising the risk of breaking and causing injury to the animal. A wooden fence would be more likely to break and leave sharp points and splinters which could impale the horse. Vinyl has a tough surface, retains no moisture and has no taste – therefore horses will be less inclined to suck or chew on a Polvin fence.