Hillsborough
(813) 886-5097

Our office is open, yet operating with a limited staff. We are still performing installations and estimates (via phone, online, and at jobsite location) and are able to do so at a safe distance. All customers coming by for pick-up orders will need to call the office before arriving so we can get your material staged. For your safety, and ours, please call the office upon arrival and someone will be out to assist you.

Installers and salespersons can still complete installations and estimates at a safe distance. But if you’d rather do it yourself, we also have fencing materials by the pallet available. With our products, you can safely build the fence yourself.


Allied Fence is licensed and insured, and complying with all CDC Guidelines.
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Vinyl Fence Installation Services in Tampa, FL

You want to frame your property with a charming, traditional-style fence. But you also want your fence’s materials to provide superior protection against breaking, rusting, and decomposing. 


*See Gallery for available fencing styles

If you’re looking for a high-quality vinyl fence in Tampa, FL, talk to the fence experts at Allied Fence. Vinyl fence installation gives you a versatile and durable fence, which is a great option for most homes. It’s also easy to maintain with just a little bit of cleaning, and it doesn’t require refinishing. Talk to the fence experts at Allied Fence today to learn more.

Fence Options

Due to vinyl’s versatile nature, you can choose from various styles when you have your fence installed including ranch rail, privacy, and picket. With the help of our fence experts, you can choose the fence design that will function well and perfectly complement your house and yard.


Additionally, our fences are made with a complete notched rail system, which increases the fence’s durability. You can choose how many rails (up to five) for even more strength and durability.

Contact Us

To get your custom vinyl fencing order started, call Allied Fence today. You can reach us at these numbers:

  • Hillsborough (813) 886-5097
  • Manatee (941) 739-5745
  • Pasco (727) 815-1533
  • Pinellas (727) 631-0092

We also offer free estimates on fence projects. To request your free estimate, fill out our contact form. We look forward to helping you with your new, custom vinyl fence installation project. Call Allied Fence today and learn why we are the most trusted name in the fence business.

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HOW TO CLEAN VINYL FENCE:

Materials Needed:

* Water hose 

* bucket of soapy water or spray bottle of vinyl cleaning solution. 

* Soft cloth rags 

* Soft scrub brush (for tougher stains or dirt)


Level of Difficulty:

* 2 - Vinyl fence is relatively easy to clean but can require a little "elbow grease" or extra scrub for some tougher stains and dirty spots.


Recommended Time Frame for Cleaning a Vinyl Fence:

* For maximum results; you should clean your vinyl fence at least once every 3 - 6 months.


Cleaning: 

A few reasons why you would need to clean your vinyl fence would be: dirt and/or grass from the ground accumulating on the fence due to cutting the grass, leaves or other debris after a storm and rarely; you will notice a type of chalk build up develop on parts of the vinyl fence. These reasons are not major and are easily cleaned as explained below. The majority of vinyl fences can be cleaned very easily by just spraying the fence down with a water hose; however, if there are some tough stains that a water hose does not take care of, just follow the method below and your fence will look brand new every time you clean it! 


To prepare for cleaning a vinyl fence, you will want to decide if you are going to use a bucket of soapy water or a vinyl cleaning solution (can be purchased at your local hardware store) or a combination of both. If you are using a bucket of soapy water, you will want to fill the bucket with water to your desired amount and mix an environmentally safe cleaning solution in the bucket. After you have your bucket of soapy water, all you must do now is get your soft cloth rag wet via the water in the bucket and wipe down the areas of the fence that need wiped down. If you are using a spray bottle of vinyl cleaning solution, just spray the areas of the fence that need cleaned and wipe with a dry soft cloth rag. When you are finished cleaning an area of the fence, rinse it off with a water hose and allow it to air dry.