Why Composite Fencing?

With so many composite fencing products available on the market today it may be difficult to understand the differences. That is why we, at Fence & Deck Supply, want to help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of the most popular composite fencing materials available.

Why Composite?

You may have heard horror stories about composite materials warping and twisting with age. You may have heard that someone can run straight through them without any effort. However, with advances in technology, many companies have created composite fencing products that are strong, durable, and able to withstand high winds and minor impacts. They resist fading and warping. They don’t need semiannual refinishing. They’re also easy to set up and many do not require any special tools for installation.  Whatever your need there is a composite fence for you.

In Review: Benefits of Composite Fencing

  • Easy Maintenance
  • Resistant to Fading
  • Resistant to Warping
  • Many require no special tools
  • Many are wind resistant
  • Durable

Trex Composite FencingSimtek Composite Fencing

What Companies can I trust?

When looking for a composite fencing company you might wonder which company you can trust. Your home is your greatest investment and you want it to look beautiful and last a long time. We recommend companies that have been around for a long time. These composite fencing companies have stood the test of time. They’ve adapted to the changes in technologies and adopted the tried and tested products. Look for companies like Trex, Fiberon, TimberTech, and Simtek.

            In Review: Who can I trust?

Visit our Composite Comparison Chart to find out exactly how these composite fencing companies compare to each other.

Fiberon Fencing

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