AMECHI FENCE manufactures a full line of Vinyl fences & railings. Available in all the popular styles and sizes which can be further customized by configuration and accents.
Vinyl fences have become popular in recent times due to their versatility and affordability. These fences are available in different colors and textures. They need very little maintenance and do not have to be painted or protected from termites and rot. They seem to be almost worry free. Vinyl is nearly five times as strong as wood so it takes much more to bring down a vinyl fence than a wood one. The flexibility of vinyl makes it a good choice in places that have extreme weather conditions (such as strong winds and rain), which might easily take down wood fencing. Vinyl fences are also preferred in seaside locations which see a significant amount of salt water exposure. They are also suitable for fencing in animals like horses as the animals can neither chew through it nor hurt themselves if they attempt to run through it.
Thousands of Amechi customers have found our vinyl fence to be their best dollar for dollar purchase to enclose their yard with maintenance free security. We make it here, so we can accommodate the many special situations that arise during residential installation.
Vinyl fencing is a very popular alternative to traditional wood pickets or rails and it pays for itself because it lasts longer and requires almost no maintenance other than occasional washing.
FUN FACTS ABOUT VINYL (courtesy of The Vinyl Institute)
- Vinyl was accidentally discovered in 1926 by Waldo Semon of BF Goodrich while seeking an adhesive to bond rubber to steel.
- Vinyl’s first commerical use was in shock absorber seals.
- During World War II it was used as a flame-resistant alternative to rubber for wires on U.S. military ships.
Vinyl is composed of two simple building blocks: chlorine, based on common salt, and ethylene, from natural gas.
- As of 2010, about 60 percent of vinyl produced is used in the construction industry.
It’s the third-largest volume plastic produced in North America.
In 2006, U.S. vinyl resin production reached nearly 15 billion pounds.
Vinyl is the second largest-selling plastic in the world.
Vinyl containers or rigid blister packaging can be identified by the “3″ symbol as specified by The Society of the Plastics Industry coding system.
Once recycled, vinyl can be reused in such applications as packaging, pipe, siding, parking stops, floor tiles, notebook covers, traffic cones and more.
Showroom Location: Turnersville: 856.227.6691