Winter in New England can pack a wallop, and although AVO’s high quality of materials and workmanship enable our fences to withstand harsh weather better than the competition’s, there are some precautions you can take to help your fence stand tall and steady come spring. Read on below for the best tips for preparing your wood, vinyl, or ornamental fence for the winter season.
Fortunately, AVO cedar lumber starts off with a lot of its own natural protection, making it one of the best choices for four-season wood fence. But it’s always a good idea to take some extra care to prevent moisture buildup or structural damage:
Iron, aluminum, and chain link fences are all durable, low-maintenance fence types, but don’t leave them out in the cold without a little TLC:
While vinyl fences are not prone to split or warp like wood, even slight structural damage can be exacerbated by snow and ice. We recommend taking the following precautions before winter sets in:
Sometimes, in spite of your best efforts, winter damage does happen. AVO Fence & Supply is here for you in every season — contact us today for any fence repair or replacement needs!
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