Vinyl Fences are the most popular. One of the biggest distinctions is how low maintenance this material can be. Dirt is easily sprayed off of vinyl fences due to their glossy, non-porous surfaces. These same qualities make it easy to remove graffiti. Vinyl fences won't split or crack. They don't get termite damage, fungus, or dry rot. They're also fire resistant.
Wooden fences are traditional and will always provide a classic look to your landscape designs. They're also affordable to install and cost significantly less up front than vinyl fences do.
This material gives you a wider selection of color choices since you can paint or stain wood in any shade you choose. Cedar is the most common lumber type used for wood fences. This means it’s an organic, all-natural choice of fencing material and will likely appeal to anyone concerned about the environment. They also blend well with flowers and foliage for a natural look.
It's easy to personalize the look of wood fences with planters and other decorations such as stenciling patterns on the boards.