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PVC Fencing can break if subjected to a direct impact (e.g., an automobile running into a fence line). Under Normal use, the fence will not break when installed properly. Planks, pickets and rails are easily replaced if damaged.

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Vinyl fences are designed to withstand normal wind load. The amount of load is dependent on the installation of the posts and horizontal rails. If installed according to Kroy’s specifications, the fences are designed to stand up to normal wind load.

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We recommend that you treat vinyl posts the same as you would wood posts. If it is common and normal to cement fence posts in your area then you should cement the vinyl posts.

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As with all exterior products, our fence will become dirty when exposed to the elements. A mild detergent and water should be sufficient to keep your fence or deck rail looking new. For tough stains, Soft Scrub or baking soda works well. Simple Green and 0000 steel wool also works to clean stubborn stains.

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As with all PVC and wood products, direct contact with lawn and garden equipment can cause damage to the posts. Use caution when operating any type of equipment near fence posts, especially commercial trimmers, which are more aggressive.

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Vinyl Fencing does require a limited amount of maintenance. Under normal conditions this maintenance is in the form of annual washing of the fence to keep it looking new.

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Although not classified as graffiti proof, vinyl fencing is easy to clean and most paint comes off with just a little effort. It may require the use of a pressure washer or in extreme cases the use of paint thinner. 400 grit sandpaper can be used when some spots will not come off using the above methods.

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