Types of Vinyl Fencing — Part 1: Common & Traditional Vinyl Fences

A photo of an Anaheim residence with a white picket vinyl fence around the yard.

When it comes to vinyl fencing, there are few better structural options or building materials with more advantages than these ultra-durable property protectors. However, there are tons of types of vinyl fencing — not just in terms of sizing varieties, but also regarding the plethora of available styles, colors, and designs. 

So if you’re considering a vinyl fence installation for your Orange County home or business, be sure to do a bit of research to ensure that the fencing you ultimately choose is in line with your expectations and desired outcomes for budget, aesthetics, and beyond.

For more information about vinyl fencing, or to get a free quote on projects for custom vinyl fence construction, please contact our contractors in Anaheim today! A G Vinyl is Orange County’s leading company and certified professional provider of vinyl fencing materials and custom-built vinyl creations. Learn more about what we do by exploring our site, by reading additional blog resources, or by contacting us directly today.

Common Types of Vinyl Fences

Dog Ear Vinyl Fences

Very similar in style to the traditional vinyl picket fence, the dog ear design is characterized by a downward slope between fence posts. This is a result of the way in which the panels are cut; each segment or installment of a dog ear vinyl fence includes panels with increasingly diagonal cuts and shapes on the top. Ultimately, this produces an elongated, concave shape between fence posts — and upon first sight, you might agree that the arc-like silhouette does in fact look a bit like a dog ear! 

Lattice-Top Vinyl Fences

This variety of vinyl fencing typically stands a bit taller than, say, a garden gate, with most lattice-top structures measuring somewhere between six and eight feet in height. In addition to their above-average loftiness, these designs often feature a traditional criss-cut or gridlike pattern of bordering on the top. Don’t let the name fool you, though — there’s a lot more than basic arithmetic that goes into building a lattice-top vinyl fence! So if this style speaks to you, be sure to get a professional consultation on your project to ensure that it’s built to last.

Traditional Vinyl Picket Fences

Tried and true, the traditional picket design of fencing is still just as timeless and classic when it’s constructed with vinyl materials. From the posts to the panels, virtually any length of wooden picket fence can be enhance or entirely replaced with a low-maintenance vinyl alternative.  

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Want to learn more about different types of vinyl fencing? Start by checking out this convenient infographic for a brief overview of additional design options. Need to find an answer to other vinyl-related questions? The solution might lie in exploring the assortment of helpful articles on our blog!If you’re still considering other fencing materials besides vinyl for your Anaheim fencing needs, contact our contractors in Orange County to learn more about why that exploration of alternatives may not be necessary. Call us today to get started with creating the last fence you’ll ever need. From complimentary project quotes to free industry insight, A G Vinyl Fencing is here to help you actualize your property aspirations in an achievable and affordable way!

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