Vinyl fence cost in Tampa, Florida ranges from $23 to $40 per linear foot (4 to 6-foot fence, installed). Vinyl fence installation cost ranges from $2,500 to $7,900 for a 100-200 linear foot fence (6-feet high). To get a more accurate cost for your vinyl fence project, request a quote.
By HomeBlue Team
June 20, 2022 05:44 PM
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This guide is intended to provide you an approximate vinyl fence cost in your area. To get a quote for your specific project, Click Here for a Free Estimate. Our research, which includes feedback provided by vinyl fence companies, resulted in the following vinyl fence installation cost in Tampa, FL.
Vinyl fence cost (per linear foot, installed):
Vinyl fence cost in Tampa, Florida ranges from $23 to $40 per linear foot (4 to 6-foot fence, installed).
Vinyl fence cost per linear foot based on the height of the fence (installed):
Vinyl fence cost for a 4-foot tall fence ranges from $23 to $30 per linear foot (installed).
Vinyl fence cost for a 5-foot tall fence ranges from $24 to $34 per linear foot (installed).
Vinyl fence cost for a 6-foot tall fence ranges from $25 to $40 per linear foot (installed).
Note: Vinyl fences fall into two big categories: privacy fences (fences you cannot see through) and picket fences (see through). They come in dozens of different styles and price points. Although the most common color is white, vinyl fences also come in a variety of brown tones.
Note: Labor costs represent $6 to $10 per linear foot, which means that material represents the bulk of the overall cost.
Consult with a contractor to discuss the pros and cons of different fence heights and fence styles. You can also discuss whether you would like to have a white or brown vinyl fence installed.
Vinyl fence prices (per linear foot, material only):
Vinyl fence prices (4-feet high, privacy fence, per linear foot): $20 to $25.
Vinyl fence prices (5-feet high, privacy fence, per linear foot): $21 to $30.
Vinyl fence prices (6-feet high, privacy fence, per linear foot): $22 to $36.
Note: The lower end of the ranges above represents a higher end consumer grade material that you might find at a local home improvement store. There are in fact consumer grade fences in the $15-20 per linear foot range. These may be thinner, less durable products. Consider doing some research on the thickness of the product you are purchasing.
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Vinyl fence terminologies (all of which impact vinyl fence prices):
Material: Not all vinyl is created equal. Virgin vinyl is considered the most durable. Although recycled material may have its environmental benefits, it may not be as durable in the long run. Ask your contractor about the benefits of each.
Fence Thickness: Less expensive vinyl fences often have thinner components, so pay attention to material thickness and the size of the posts.
Routed System vs Bracketed System: Fences can be joined with metal brackets or use a routed system (where rails fit into a hole in the posts). Metal brackets are often painted and, over time, stain or rust the vinyl. With routed systems, there are fewer metal components.
Colors and Textures: The standard vinyl fence color is white. However, colors are also available (mostly in the brown or gray colors). Colors add $2-3 per linear foot to the cost. In addition, you can find textured fences that simulate wood, masonry or stone. These too add several dollars to the price per linear foot.
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Factors that Influence Vinyl Fence Prices in Tampa
When vinyl fencing companies come to provide you an estimate, they will consider several factors that can increase or decrease the cost of your project. Pricing for your vinyl fence project will vary based items such as the height, length, color or style of the fence. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you get quotes from PVC fence suppliers:
Your prices may be higher when:
You want a taller fence (6-foot+).
You select a color other than white (which is the most common color).
You select a texture or pattern.
You select a heavy duty (commercial grade) vinyl thickness.
Removal of an existing fence is required.
The site requires leveling or grading.
You install multiple gates.
The site has rocky soil conditions (making post digging difficult).
Tree or shrub removal is required.
The project site is located in a difficult to reach location.
The site is in a high cost locality.
A building permit is required (usually obtained by contractor).
A boundary survey is required (to properly locate the fence).
Your prices may be lower when:
You install a smaller fence (less than 6 feet).
You select a standard white vinyl fence.
You select a smooth, non-textured finish.
You select a light duty (consumer grade) vinyl thickness.
Soil is not rocky which makes for easier post installation.
The area has no trees or shrubs to remove or avoid.
The project is located in an easy to reach location.
You live in a lower cost locality.
A building permit is not necessary.
You install only one gate.
A boundary survey is not required.
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