Pipe Line Fence
Pipe Line Fence
Pipe Line Fence

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PVC Fence FAQ's
Q What is PVC?
PVC stand for Poly Vinyl Chloride.

Q Are there different kinds of PVC?
Yes. PVC is an extruded product. You will find products that are co extruded and mono-extruded. Co extruded products have inferior products mixed within the extrusion. A layer is usually placed over this product giving the appearance of it being the same color thru & thru. Our Country Estate Products are made from mono-extruded material that is UV tested to be 100% weather able.

Q What are the advantages to a PVC fence?
By purchasing a PVC fence, you are making an investment. Not only will it increase the value of your home, it will give you years of beauty without the maintenance. You can purchase 3-4 wood fences within the time that your County Estate PVC Fence will be standing. A Country Estate Fence come with a 50 year limited warranty.

Q Why should I buy a CEF if I plan on moving in 5 years?
Your Country Estate Fence comes with a transferable warranty. Should you sell you home within 10 years of owning your fence, you can transfer the warranty to the new owner. A service fee of 425.00 will apply. See warranty for details.

Q I have a Commercial Property, are there warranties the same for my purchase?
No. Country Estates warrants their products for a commercial application for a period of 20 years. This warranty is to the original purchaser only and is not transferable.

Q I have heard that some PVC gates fall apart, why is that?
Some manufacturers use 1 3/4" x 2 1/2" framing that is glued in the corners. When a gate is made like that and it gets hit or slammed shut, there is the possibility the gate will break. Our gated are made of durable material, using 4" x 4" or 5" x 5" PVC uprights with an internal shock to keep the gate secured.

Q I'm so confused, other fence companies tell me they have the best PVC fence. How can I be sure I'm getting the best?
Nebraska Plastics, Inc manufacturers of the Country Estates Fence line has been in business over 60 years and is the one who warrants your fence. Pipe-Line Fence is the only authorized dealer in Suffolk & Nassau Counties for Country Estate Fence. In Western Nassau County & the 5 Boroughs, the authorized dealer is Schiano Bros, Inc. Some companies use different manufacturers. Some company's mix and match various components to make the style you want. If a contractor says they're giving you a Country Estate Fence, they must purchase from us.

Q Is there a bar in the bottom of your PVC fence styles?
Some selections require that there is an aluminum bar placed in the bottom rail for strength. Some styles like the Lakeland or Hollingsworth have a heavy 2" x 8" bottom rail so there is no need for additional support. Added support is giving based on the size of the rails and the length of the selection. Whenever it is required, it will be aluminum that is used not steel. Any other materials other then aluminum will rust and bleed into the fence.

Wood Fence FAQ's
Q What is the difference between Cedar & Spruce wood fences?
A The main difference between cedar & spruce is longevity. Northern white cedar should last on Long Island about 10-15 years. Spruce should last about 7 years. Where or how it is installed can add or take away the life of your wood fence. A wood fence installed 2" off the ground will last longer then if it were sitting on the ground. Installation near trees, brush, sprinklers, ect. Can lessen the life of a wood fence. Even though spruce is cheaper then cedar, you will have to replace it in half the time.

Q What is the difference between #1 & #2 grade stockade?
A #1 is cleaner & smoother then #2. You will find knots on either, but on the #1 they will be tighter then #2. There is no difference in the life of the stockade. It is only cosmetic. Once it weathers, it can be difficult to tell the difference.

Q Do cedar & spruce look the same?
No. Cedar has a reddish/yellow tome. When it grays, it looks kind of silver gray. Spruce is whiter and when it grays it turns a dark gray.

Q Why does my wood fence lean after a while?
Generally wood fence lean is because of ground movement & wind. When a wood fence is installed, usually on wood posts, the posts are not cemented in. For various reason wood posts are not cemented. For example; they rot faster or snap at the ground during high winds. Some homeowners have their wood fence installed on steel posts. Steel posts can be cemented in the ground. Although you can't guarantee shifting because of ground movement, it is less likely to be noticeable with steel posts.

Q Why do I always have problems with my wood gate?
There could be a number of reasons you have problems with your wood gate. Ground movement can shift your gate making it hard to open. Warping can also be a factor or not having you gate braced properly. There are 2 ways your gate should be braced. The A brace is used if it was made without knowing which side the gate will be hanging from. the standard brace will have the higher part of the brace pointing up to the latch side of the gate. This helps keep the latch up leaving less chance for sagging.

Q What is cheaper, a wood fence or a PVC fence?
Initially the price of a wood fence will look cheaper the PVC. In the long run a PVC fence is cheaper because you will most likely replace your wood fence are least 2-3x's within the life of a PVC fence.

Q Do I need to treat or seal my wood fence?
any preserver or sealer used on a wood fence can only make is last longer.

Q Do I have to face the finished side of a wood fence to my neighbor?
Each town has it's own ordinances, check with your local building department. In NYS if you have a pool, the finished side needs to be faced out. Some options are to get one of our Neighbor Friendly Fence's, where it's finished on both sides.