DryTech Roofing LLC isn’t just one of the top roofers in our local area–we can also install vinyl fences for your home. Our products can improve your home’s curb appeal, improve your privacy, protect your landscaping and more. As an established company, we are known for our outstanding customer service and great products. In this post, we will explain how to take care of your new vinyl fence.
Cleaning a Vinyl Fence
Vinyl fences are easy to clean because most dirt can be washed off with a mild soap and water solution. You can use any non-toxic household cleaner to deal with heavier stains. Occasionally, you may also want to spray your fence with a garden hose. This simple measure will remove dirt, grass clippings and fertilizer chemicals from your fence and keep it looking new. If you don’t have time to make a soap and water solution, then you can use a non-abrasive liquid cleaner. Always follow the manufacturer’s directions when cleaning your fence.
Maintaining a Vinyl Fence
Regular maintenance is important if you want to keep your fence looking beautiful. One of the biggest benefits of a vinyl fence is its low maintenance requirements. They are easy to take care of, so there’s no reason not to perform these simple tasks. As one of the top fence experts and roofers in our area, we recommend:
Re-tamping and realigning any loose posts
Adjusting the gate every spring
Oiling the gate hinges and tightening the screws once a year
Keeping the gate secured with a lock or latch so it doesn’t swing in the wind
Detering children from swinging on the gate
These tips will help maximize the lifespan of your new vinyl fence.
DryTech Roofing LLC can install high-quality vinyl fencing for your home and help you out with your roof repair or any other exterior home improvement project. We have nearly two decades of experience and we have won several awards for the quality of our services, so you can rest assured we have what it takes to take on your every requirement. Call us at (240) 491-5600 today to learn more about our services and products or to ask for a free estimate. We serve homes in Maryland.