The costs on this page represent a combination of 1) sample of costs provided to us by vinyl fence installers around the country and 2) research done by our staff. To get a more precise estimate, we recommend that you request a quote from local vinyl fence companies near you.
Vinyl fence installation cost is roughly $21 to $31 per linear foot. Depending on the amount of fencing you need to be installed and the height of the fence, the price will vary.
Vinyl fence installation cost based on linear feet:
Vinyl fence installation cost for 160 linear feet: $3,360 to $4,960.
Vinyl fence installation cost for 180 linear feet: $3,780 to $5,580.
Vinyl fence installation cost for 200 linear feet: $4,200 to $6,200.
Vinyl fence installation cost for 220 linear feet: $4,620 to $6,820.
These estimates are rounded. These costs do not include additional time and material required for removing old fences or obstacles that may be in the way of the new fence. The upper end of these ranges include expensive geographic locations.
There are many things to consider when you are planning your vinyl fence installation. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Methods Used to Prepare Vinyl Fence Installation Cost Estimates
Vinyl fencing projects usually quote on a per linear foot approach. The contractor will measure the distance in linear feet of the area where you want to place your fence and multiply it by a determined cost per linear foot. If there is an old fence that needs to be removed, this will be an additional cost. If there are tree stumps in the area, the contractor will likely provide you with a separate estimate to remove them. If you are interested finding out how much it will cost to install a vinyl fence in your area, Request a Price Quote.
Reasons for Vinyl Fencing Prices Variances
Vinyl fence installers use a combination of methods to evaluate and price projects. They take several factors into consideration that impact the cost of the project, including:
Fence length. Fence length, measured in linear feet is the primary cost consideration. Larger fences may have a lower cost per linear foot than smaller ones (discounts may apply as the number of linear feet increase).
Fence height. Taller fences may cost more than shorter ones and may increase the cost of the project.
Land preparation. If you have an old fence that needs to be removed or there are stumps or greenery in the way of the new fence, these will need to be removed for an additional cost before work can begin.
Gates and doors. If you would like to add gates and or doors into your fence, they may come at an additional cost.
Geography. If you are in a high-cost area or in an area that is difficult to reach (more travel time), then costs will generally be higher.