Showtime Vinyl Fence & Patio Cover Is The Fastest Growing Vinyl Company In OC

Since opening its doors in 2011, Showtime Vinyl Fence And Patio Cover has set an industry standard for top quality materials, affordable prices and professional workmanship.

Costa Mesa, United States - May 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Vinyl fence company, Showtime Vinyl Fence & Patio Cover, Orange County, CA – Since opening its doors in 2011, Showtime Vinyl Fence And Patio Cover has set an industry standard for top quality materials, affordable prices and professional workmanship. Based on values such as honesty, integrity and commitment, this family owned company strives to stay on top and has earned a stellar reputation throughout Orange County. Specializing in design, fabrication and installation, Showtime Vinyl provides superior products and is dedicated to exceeding customers expectations.

Showtime Vinyl Fence And Patio Cover is proud to offer one of the largest selections of products, each customizable to every clients particular needs. Beautifully designed to compliment your home and garden, at Showtime Vinyl, each project is meticulously created to enhance your outdoor living experience.

There are many benefits to choosing vinyl over aluminum or wood. Each material costs about the same but vinyl is more durable and lasts significantly longer than other materials. Vinyl is basically “maintenance free” and always looks clean and new, even years after use. Showtime Vinyl is one of thew few companies in Orange County able to customize a vinyl fence, patio cover or gate to match the needs of your property.

As the summer months approach, now it the perfect time to invest in a vinyl patio cover. Beautiful, low maintenance, weather resistant and great for outdoor entertaining, Showtime Vinyl carries all the top quality products from the industry’s leading vinyl manufacturers. They offer a wide range of choices that are ideal for your specific home improvement project. Designed and fabricated at their own shop in Orange County, Showtime is able to accommodate any request to give each client the most functional and exquisite patio cover possible.

Showtime aims to exceed customer expectations with every job, every time. Showtime products include vinyl fencing, railing, gates and patio covers. Customer service representatives are ready to assist you with a free project estimate and are happy to answer any questions.

Showtime Vinyl Fence And Patio Cover service areas include Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside and San Diego County.

For more information about Showtime Vinyl Fence And Patio Cover, please visit: https://www.showtimevinylfence.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Lanaye Smith
Organization: Showtime Vinyl Fence And Patio Cover
Address: 1760 Monrovia Ave Unit B7, Costa Mesa, CA 92627, United States
Phone: +1-949-791-8380
Website: https://www.showtimevinylfence.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516478

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