Vinyl Fencing

There are many different materials to use for building fences, each have advantages and disadvantages. A popular material nowadays is vinyl, due to its convenience and affordability.

Vinyl fencing does not require any painting or staining, and it does not splinter, rot or warp in poor weather conditions. There are different styles of fencing such as picket, privacy, ornamental, post and rail,and split rail.

Our craftsmen build your fence using tongue and groove construction, from various decorative caps and an assortment of colors and styles to make your fence stand out among the neighborhood. Vinyl fences are a great, low-maintenance option for around your home, backyard or pool area. They are also a great decorative choice for businesses or commercial properties looking to blend in with their environment. Vinyl is a top choice if you have animals in the area since it is non-toxic; it is not treated with harmful or hazardous chemicals.

The benefits of a vinyl fence outweigh the disadvantages by far, and it is most likely the right match for your fence of choice. The vinyl panels are available in a variety of colors, making it simple to match the color of your home or surroundings. Your neighbors, friends and family will know you made the right choice and as a result, the value of your home will rise.

We pride ourselves on professional fences expertly constructed by our experienced crews. Call GEO Brothers Fencing today, (978) 998-0660.


How to Pick the Right Fence for your Property

When you think of a home, a fence surrounding the property is present without giving it any thought. Unless you live on a farm or out in the country, chances are that some sort of structure is going to be located between your home and surrounding properties. There are many different fence options available to choose from, making the choice quite difficult. Depending on your unique needs and wants from a fence, pick the right product will require some effort. Make sure the fence you want not only meets your needs, but also looks aesthetically please and doesn’t break the budget. To help you get you on your way to choosing the perfect fence for your home, here are some factors to consider when picking out a new fence.


Living next to a busy street or one that has a lot of traffic (foot or car) are factors that are going to heavily influence the right fence for your home. You may want to consider the height and the spacing the fence affords – if you want to prevent people from looking into your property. Sound reduction fences are few and far between, but are available if that is something of upmost concern.


Similar to privacy needs; if your home is located in a high traffic area, security may be one of your requirements. A fence that has sufficient height and isn’t easily climbable is great if you live in a posh home or an area that has break-in issues. Chain-link fences are very flimsy and easily maneuverable, making them less than ideal if security is at the top of your list. Building a fortress isn’t necessary, but put some thought into design to make it as safe as possible. 


There are some fence materials that require little maintenance, while others do need periodic maintenance. Think of a metallic fence (chain-link) vs. a wooden fence. The wood fence is going to deteriorate over time, especially if it is painted. Boards may crack or break and will eventually need to be replaced. This is all going to require a little love and attention if you want your fence to stay in tip-top shape. Putting up a chain-link or brick fence will be more expensive initially, but will require very little attention down the road.


The price of setting up the fence that you want is a huge factor in determining whether the dream comes to be or not. Take your time and scan through various fence options that you are considering. There are fences that may cost less from the get-go, but maintenance later might be expensive and time consuming. Both the Internet and home improvement stores are great places to get an idea of materials and installation costs.