Composite Fencing

Strong, Low Maintenance and Rot Resistant

Durability

Composite fencing is known for its long-lasting nature. It’s resistant to weathering, rot, and insect damage, making it more durable than traditional wood fencing.

Low Maintenance

Unlike wood, composite fencing doesn’t require painting or staining. It’s easy to clean and maintains its appearance for years.

Potentially Eco-Friendly

 Many composite fences are made from recycled materials, making them a more sustainable choice.

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Composite fencing has seen a significant rise in popularity in recent years, driven by its numerous advantages over traditional fencing materials like wood or metal. This surge in demand can be attributed to the evolving consumer preferences towards products that offer durability, aesthetic appeal, and environmental sustainability. As homeowners become more eco-conscious, the appeal of composite fencing, often made from recycled materials, resonates strongly. This type of fencing combines recycled plastics and wood fibres, creating a product that mimics the look of wood but with enhanced longevity and minimal maintenance requirements.

The advancement in technology has played a pivotal role in the development of composite fencing. Modern manufacturing techniques have enabled the creation of fences that are not only stronger and more durable but also more versatile in terms of design and colour options. Innovations such as UV stabilizers have been integrated into the composite material to prevent fading and maintain the fence’s colour for longer periods. Additionally, the introduction of interlocking components has simplified installation processes, reducing labour costs and time, we can be in and out of your way even faster than usual! These technological advancements have not only improved the quality and appeal of composite fencing but have also made it a more accessible and cost-effective option for a wider range of consumers.

The combination of technological progress and changing consumer priorities is likely to continue driving the popularity of composite fencing in the foreseeable future.

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Composite Fencing Works?

Quick video explainer below from one manufacturer, Ecoscape.

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Aesthetic Appeal

Composite fencing comes in a variety of colors and styles, allowing for greater customization to suit different tastes and architectural styles.

No Splinters or Warping

Safer for families and pets as it doesn’t splinter or warp like wood can. It's smooth to the touch and won't degrade like wood.

Strong in the Wind

It's heavy and made of high quality materials. The solid nature of it means that high winds simply can't tear pieces away. In some way a composite fencing is closer to a plastic/rubber wall.

Strength

It's generally stronger than wood and can withstand high winds and other harsh weather conditions better.

Cost-Effective in Time

Although initially more expensive than wood, its longevity and low maintenance can make it more cost-effective over time.

Ball-game Proof

Kids kicking footballs? Basketballs or cricketballs flying about? A composite fence takes out the worry. Strong and solid, no flying sports object will take a chunk out of your new fence.

FAQ

Composite fencing is a blend of recycled plastics and wood fibers, creating a robust and eco-friendly alternative to traditional fencing materials. The combination of these materials results in a fence that mimics the natural appearance of wood but with enhanced durability and less maintenance.

Composite fencing is designed for longevity, typically lasting 20-30 years or more. It is highly resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage, and does not require the regular maintenance associated with wood fencing, such as painting or staining. Its durability makes it a cost-effective choice in the long term.

Yes, composite fencing is an environmentally friendly option. It is made from a mixture of recycled plastic and wood fibers, reducing the need for new timber and plastic production. This recycling process also helps in reducing landfill waste. Additionally, composite fencing doesn’t require harmful chemicals for maintenance, making it a greener option for your garden.

Absolutely! One of the advantages of composite fencing is its versatility in design and color. It is available in various styles and hues, allowing you to choose the perfect match for your home’s exterior and landscape. Moreover, the color is long-lasting and resistant to fading, ensuring that your fence will look great for years without needing to be repainted or stained.

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