By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: May 2009
Jim Jaeger and Dennis Laxson, owners of Midland Vinyl Fence & Deck Company, enjoy the additional warehouse space at their new facility located north of 81st Street on Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow.
Now might be the best time ever to consider adding beautiful vinyl fencing or other vinyl products to your home’s outdoor areas. Since vinyl fencing products last a lifetime, it could be one of the best utilizations of money to beautify your home and yard.
Jim Jaegar and Dennis Laxson are the owners of the family owned and operated Midland Vinyl Fence & Deck Company in Broken Arrow. They have recently moved to their new facility on Lynn Lane, just north of 81st Street. Be sure to watch for their grand opening to be announced to the public in the near future.
Midland Vinyl specializes in vinyl products including porch railings, arbors, privacy, semi-privacy, picket, two-, three- and four-rail fencing and fence post caps, pool fencing, decking, and gazebos. All products are available in a variety of colors, and the company carries a lifetime warranty on the vinyl and a one-year warranty on installations. They will install the products they sell, or the home or business owner may buy the materials and do the installation himself. Keep in mind that Midland’s qualified installers are professional and very fast.
Midland Vinyl is a great choice for vinyl fences and decks because of the family’s 14 years of experience in the Broken Arrow community, and their fine reputation in doing business with area customers. The company is a member of the Better Business Bureau, every product they carry is custom built, and every product is made of low-maintenance vinyl materials. If you like, you can even go “green” with a vinyl fence product made of approximately 90 percent recycled materials.
Installation of a six-foot white semi-private fence with lattice is available from Midland Vinyl Fence & Deck Company.
“If you can picture it, we can probably build it,” says Jim. Midland has one of the largest product inventories in northeastern Oklahoma, and free estimates are all-inclusive of hardware including hinges, latches and flat caps. “There will be no hidden costs when you receive your free estimate for your project,” adds Dennis.
The company is especially proud of its newest vinyl decking product. Westech is the manufacturer, and the product has been on the market for two years. Midland is the exclusive dealer and distributor of Westech for all of northeast Oklahoma. They sell these products to other fence companies, building contractors, wholesalers and retailers.
Westech vinyl decks carry a lifetime warranty. The vinyl boards are cut just like wood, but without the splinters, scaling and warping. No specialty fasteners or tools are required for installation. The finished product never has to be scraped, painted or stained, and the materials are non-caustic to adults, children and pets. Standard colors include white, tan, gray and khaki. A household cleanser and a garden hose are all that is needed to keep your deck looking like new. The flooring boards actually overlap, are seamless, and channel rainwater off the deck.
“Midland Vinyl Fence & Deck Company and our suppliers take pride in not only meeting, but exceeding industry standards and the standards of our customers,” says Jim. The products Midland carries have undergone extensive testing for wind load stability, weathering performance and structural performance, and they comply with industry codes to ensure not only their strength, but their aesthetic appeal as well. They will add value and beauty to your home or business for a lifetime of enjoyment.
Go to the Midland Vinyl Fence & Deck Company website to see photos of many of the products they have built and installed for satisfied home and business owners in the area. Call today for your free quote.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.