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September 2, 2022
Emma Dietze

by Emma Dietze

One of the things that our team of fencing contractors at Everlast Vinyl Fencing in Edmonton are passionate about it making sure that each of our clients receive the premium vinyl fence that they deserve. One of the factors that goes into this is providing them with a superior product that is not only durable and good looking, but safe for the environment.

We often get the questions “What effects does vinyl fencing have on the environment?” and “Is my vinyl fence safe for the environment?”

Our premium vinyl fencing at Everlast Vinyl Fencing is safe and non-toxic to the environment. High quality vinyl fencing will not breakdown and release harmful chemicals into the soil and environment around it and will never require any additional toxic chemicals such as stains, paints, and other similar accessories for annual maintenance.

Because vinyl fencing is a long lasting and no-maintenance PVC product there are no trees used for manufacturing during initial install or repairs and replacements. With the lifespan of vinyl being exceptionally long, traditional lumber fences would have to be replaced several times with all new materials compared to a vinyl fence. Therefore, when you select a vinyl fence for your next fencing project, you are actually lowering your environmental impact compared to selecting a wood fence. Plus, when you are looking to replace your vinyl fence decades after you installed it, it can be recycled into other products such as lawn furniture, watching cans, garden hoses, and more!

If you are interested in learning more about our premium vinyl fence options at Everlast Vinyl Fencing in Edmonton, make sure to reach out to one of our fencing contractors today! We would be happy to go over additional details with you and provide you with a free estimate for your next vinyl fence!

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