While many people naturally think of building their fences using wood, composite fences provide a similar look without all the maintenance of wood, including replacing warped and cracked pickets as well as periodic staining of the fence.
One of the main benefits of composite is the green factor -- you are not using new lumber to build a fence. The wood in composite fencing material typically comes from recycled chips or sawdust.
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Our composite fencing can be installed using sturdy, colour matched Composite Wood fence posts and post caps giving a stylist finish. However, our versatile composite fencing panels can be fitted easily into existing concrete posts. This flexibility gives numerous design options as you can have composite fence posts in a colour to match or
When using fence panels, which is sections of fence that are already constructed, you will want 1 fence post for each end of the panels length. For example, if you have 4 foot composite fence panels, you will need once post every 4 feet to secure them.