Vinyl Fencing for High Wind Resistance

Vinyl Fencing in Boise and Meridian

In areas where high winds are typical, it's a good idea to install a fence that can withstand the highest wind speeds. Vinyl fencing is actually an excellent option for high wind resistance, and it's also low maintenance and easy to clean to boot.

Henry's Construction is your local vinyl fence contractor. Here is a little insight into how we install vinyl fencing to withstand high winds.

Installation

The location and installation of the posts is the key part of ensuring a fence can withstand high winds and wind gusts. Posts should be at least 3 feet in the ground, held with concrete, and reinforced (with aluminum or concrete).

Careful consideration must be paid to the panel during installation. Without it being taped off, the concrete might enter the rail, which can cause issues in the long term. The rail expands or contracts with the outside temperatures and weather, which can cause the rail to burst.

After panel installation, it's time for backfilling with concrete.

The location of screws matters greatly in privacy fencing and for overall stability every day and in high wind situations, so that's a key reason why you want a contractor who knows what they are doing.

Choose Henry's and Treasure Valley Fence

The right fencing installed properly can withstand winds up to 110-120 miles per hour, and gusts up to 130-140 depending on the fencing you opt for.

With Henry's Construction and Treasure Valley Fence, you don't have to worry about the installation of vinyl fencing that can handle the various wind speeds we experience here in the Treasure Valley. We'll help you find the best fencing for your property, and we'll talk to you about the process of installation to ensure all your needs are met.

Learn more about our services and vinyl fence installation. Contact us today!