How long do fence panels last?

How long do fence panels last?

Many factors will affect how long your fence panels last. The average lifetime for a fence panel is 15-20 years, but this can be affected by the quality of the materials used, the way the panels are installed, and the amount of wear and tear they’re subjected to.

The best way to ensure that your fence panels last as long as possible is to use high-quality materials and have them installed by a professional. If you do this, you can expect your fence panels to last for 20 years or more. Additionally, it’s important to check on your fence regularly and repair any damage that you see. By taking these steps, you can help extend the life of your fence panels and keep them looking great for years to come.

Choosing the right fence panel materials?

When it comes to choosing the right fence panel materials, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you’ll want to pick a material that is durable and able to withstand the elements. Second, you’ll want to choose a material that is easy to maintain. And finally, you’ll want to select a material that complements the style of your home.

There are a variety of materials that can be used for fence panels, but some of the most popular options include wood, vinyl, and aluminum. Each of these materials has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, so it’s important to do your research before making a decision.

Wood fence panels are a classic choice that can give your home a traditional look. They’re also relatively affordable and easy to find. However, wood fence panels require more maintenance than other options and they’re not as durable as some of the other materials on this list.

Vinyl fence panels are another popular choice for many homeowners. They’re made from a durable plastic material that is easy to clean and maintain. Additionally, vinyl fence panels come in a variety of colors and styles, so you can easily find an option that complements the look of your home. However, vinyl fence panels are more expensive than wood fence panels and they’re not as easy to install.

Aluminum fence panels are a great choice if you’re looking for a durable and low-maintenance option. They’re also easy to install and come in a variety of colors and styles. However, aluminum fence panels can be more expensive than other options.

No matter which material you choose, the most important thing is to pick a high-quality product that will last for years to come.

How to protect your fence panels?

Once you’ve selected the perfect fence panels for your home, it’s important to take steps to protect them from damage. One of the best ways to do this is to regularly check on your fence and repair any damage that you see.

It’s also a good idea to seal or stain your fence panels every few years. This will help to protect them from the elements and keep them looking their best. Additionally, you may want to consider investing in a fence panel cover. This will provide an extra layer of protection for your panels and help to extend their lifespan.

By taking these steps, you can help ensure that your fence panels last for many years to come.

Tradesperson of the year 2016 – Kevin Green!

MANY of Tendring’s best businesses were showcased at a new awards ceremony, which is set to become an annual event.

More than 300 representatives from firms across the district attended the Tendring Blue Ribbon at Clacton’s Princes Theatre with 12 awards up for grabs.

The awards were organised and sponsored by Jamesons Chartered Accountants, Barclays Bank and Tendring Council.

Christine Brown from Jamesons said the awards aim to celebrate the best of Tendring.

“I feel that our area sometimes gets a bad press but there is so much that is very positive going on across the whole district,” she said.

“There are so many amazing business people in the area doing fantastic work and a lot of them were in the Princes Theatre at the awards ceremony – but I know there are so many more out there.”

Tendring Council regeneration boss Giles Watling said the event confirmed Tendring was open for business and has many high achievers.

“We have so many inspiring entrepreneurs, employers and employees in our district, it was good to get them up on stage and celebrate their success.”

“The council is very keen to support business growth and hopefully these awards will help encourage our businesses to keep up their excellent work,” he said.

Sadie Moore, from Barclays, said the event had been bigger and better than she could have hoped for and is already looking forward to next year.

“It was simply amazing and I was overwhelmed at the turnout and the tremendous backing we had for this inaugural Tendring Blue Ribbon,” she said.

The panel of judges included Haven Gateway Partnership chairman George Kieffer and MPs Douglas Carswell and Bernard Jenkin.

Mr Carswell said: “We’ve so much in Tendring to celebrate. We had a great variety of nominees and it was a real challenge to choose a winner. I very much look to seeing the awards going from strength to strength in the years to come.”

The winners were: Rising Star of the Year- Kelsie Low Photography.

Tradesperson of the Year- Kevin Green.

Start Up Business of the Year- The Local Marketing Team.

Fast Track Growth- Lifehouse Spa and Hotel.

Business in the Community- Fisher Jones Greenwood.

Entrepreneur of the Year- Grant Masters.

Customer Excellence- Harwich and Dovercourt Independent Funeral Service.

Retailer of the Year- Spirit.

Long Serving Staffmember- Kevin Boarer of Hayes Garage.

Hospitality and Leisure- The Blue Sari.

Employer of the Year- Direct Solutions.

Judges Award for most outstanding nomination- Fisher Jones Greenwood.