The beauty of Tahoe Fence’s vinyl (PVC) products is in their simplicity and versatility. Styles are available that match many variations of our wood and steel fences, including privacy and spaced pickets. They are almost maintenance free.
Normally, it is best to set the PVC posts in concrete. When necessary, We are able to mount the posts to concrete and wood to accommodate existing patios and decks. Upon installation, we notch the rails before inserting them into the posts to provide a clean, secure joint. And because Tahoe Fence makes your gates to match your fence, they are made to fit.
The most common color for PVC fencing is white. However, most styles are also available in tan. There are some other colors, but availability and styles are often limited. There are a multitude of post caps available to dress up whatever fence style you choose and make it distinctly your own.
Where snow and wind loads are a concern, we use metal inserts to stiffen the rails. We can also use metal inserts to add rigidity to the posts as well. It is even possible to make your gates with a metal frame to add strength.
Pictured: White, privacy PVC with a lattice top window mounted to existing concrete in Gardnerville (Douglas County.)