Best in Class Vinyl Fencing in Kearney, Nebraska

Vinyl Fence Durability

Our vinyl fences have been carefully designed and engineered for superior longevity and durability. Limited lifetime warranty covers cracking, chipping, and peeling.

Low Maintenance Vinyl Fencing

Vinyl fencing is in demand due to its great beauty and low maintenance. Our PVC’s resilience to cracks, chips, and peeling means you’ll spend more time enjoying your fence rather than repairing it.

Vinyl Fence Styles and Colors

As the #1 vinyl contractor in Kearney, NE, we provide homeowners with numerous options on their fencing. Pick out the combination of styles, colors, and heights that best meets your requirements.


As a resident of Kearney, NE—and the American Midwest—you know from experience that weather here tends to be sporadic and unpredictable. Sometimes the summer is cool, sometimes it’s brutal. Sometimes winters feel like fall, other times the land’s overswept by an endless barrage of blizzards. Knowing this, you’ll want to invest in residential fencing capable of withstanding Midwest weather.

This is where our tried-and-true vinyl fence panels come into play. Here at American Fence Company of Kearney, we have partnered with the noteworthy manufacturer Play Gem Fence & Rail, to ensure we use only the highest caliber PVC for our products. Our fences are engineered to provide superior resistance to weather-related damage (the kind caused by sunlight, wind, precipitation, etc.). Vinyl also has a distinct advantage over wood in that insects do not like to gorge on it—which means less worry about termites and carpenter ants!

Our vinyl fence panels in Kearney are backed by a lifetime transferrable warranty.

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Residential Vinyl Fence and Fence Installation FAQ

How sturdy is vinyl fencing? Does it break easily?

As mentioned above, vinyl fencing is known and in demand because of its great durability. Generally speaking, you should not notice damage unless your fence endures an unusually strong collision—say, an automobile crash or a rock thrown by the lawnmower.

Does vinyl fencing become more fragile in winter?

Vinyl tends to become increasingly flexible as the temperature goes down. Still, even in the most brutally cold Midwest winter, your fence should not become fragile to the point where it’d break unless—again—subjected to an exceptional amount of force. Here at American Fence Company of Kearney, NE, we’ve engineered our vinyl to adjust to temperature swings accordingly.

Will my vinyl fence panels turn yellow with age?

American Fence Company has partnered with Kroy Vinyl Products to provide 20-year warranty against premature discoloring and yellowing. In this day and age, high-quality PVC (the kind we use) is engineered with titanium dioxide (TIO2) to help prevent ultraviolet discoloration. The only effect you should notice over time is a slight reduction of the fence’s natural sheen.

How strong is vinyl fencing? Does it burn?

Part of what distinguishes vinyl from wood and ornamental steel is intrinsic flexibility: it is resilient to ordinary impacts. Vinyl is also a “self-extinguishing” material with a flashpoint of 900 degrees and thus does not easily ignite.

What is the lifespan of a vinyl fence in Kearney, NE?

Vinyl is ideal for homeowners who need residential fencing in Kearney and don’t want to spend a lot of time and money on upkeep and replacing parts. Our high-quality PVC products are designed to last a lifetime.

What is the best way to clean a vinyl fence in Kearney, NE?

Fences inevitably require cleaning with time; this is just the nature of having a product that is perpetually located outdoors. However, cleaning a fence is relatively easy: use water and a mild detergent to remove stains. More stubborn stains can generally be dealt away with using Soft Scrub or baking soda. If none of the above work, you can try steel wool and Simple Green.

Is vinyl fencing cost-competitive compared to wood?

Yes. As a matter of fact, vinyl costs less than most wood fencing when you factor in additional upkeep costs such as staining. (Vinyl doesn’t require any such processes.) Vinyl also costs less than ornamental steel.