Synthetic Fence – Pros and Cons Guide

I. Why getting composite fencing is crucial?

1. Recycled materials are eco-friendliness

durability from composite decking

A combination of recycled wood and plastic is used in the construction of our fences, including the overwrap from paper towels and dry cleaner bags as well as sandwich and newspaper bag wrappers.

2. Resistant to water

Composite fence panels can withstand a lot more abuse than a wood fence would be able to withstand. Wooden fences can be damaged by moisture, which is one of the most typical disadvantages of wood. Moisture-induced rot is another common reason for wood fence repairs and replacements. The paint on a wood fence may blister or peel if it is painted.

3. Low maintenance

lowest maintenance in the market

Most fences require maintenance. Checking wrought iron fences for rust, sanding them down, and repainting them are all necessary maintenance tasks. Maintenance that requires a lot of human effort can be expensive. Because of this, wrought iron is quite pricey. Maintenance for wood is very labor-intensive. Even after being treated, pine and other expensive woods will eventually deteriorate. If they are not maintained properly, even the best wood fences will eventually rot and fade. Traditional material fences require regular upkeep. Although there are some materials that require less maintenance than others, it is important to always plan ahead.

suitable composite fences for every homeowners

Installing vinyl cost less labor than traditional wood fencing project. You can save money on labor when you work with Decking Pros NW to install your fence. Because of their weight, wrought iron fences, for example, can be complicated to work with. They are more complicated to install and take more time.

4. Easy delivery

Composite fence panels are easy to work with because of their lightweight, honeycomb structure, which eliminates the risk of splinters.

5. Natural look

If you want a natural-looking fence, composite fencing is an excellent choice. There are a wide range of shades and natural touch available in hybrid fencing, allowing you to achieve the look you desire.

6. Termite proof

Termites and other burrowing insects, such as carpenter bees and carpenter ants, can also attack wood fences. Synthetic fencing is impermeable to water. There is no risk of rot or swelling. There is no peeling or blistering paint on this surface. Insect damage and other pests aren’t interested in vinyl because it’s not a natural material. Many manufacturers prefer composite fencing over real wood due to this.

III. Type of composite fencing

1. Privacy fence

Extra privacy for installed fence

Fencing is made of composite materials. A privacy fence has no gaps between the pickets, so it offers the maximum amount of privacy. For privacy, Decking Pros NW can help you with more models, as well as a wide range of colors and semi-transparent stain blends, which are included in the line.

2. Semi-private fence

composites semi private fence

With a semi-private fence, you’ll get the best of both worlds: privacy and ventilation! The pickets of this fence are spaced apart just enough to allow light and air to pass through, while still providing adequate privacy.

3. Picket fence

 Picket fence

There’s nothing more classic than a picket fence, which has a timeless appeal. An attractive decorative boundary is provided by these versatile fencing systems. Pickets come in a variety of designs, from the traditional to the cutting-edge.

4. Traditional rail with post

Typically, a post-and-rail fence is used to contain livestock. Horses and other livestock can be safely contained in Bufftech’s 3-rail or 4-rail styles, while the 2-rail and Crossbuck styles can be used for decorative purposes.

Post and rail fence

5. Pool vinyl fence

Pool vinyl fence with easy installation

Designs of pool fences meet most local building codes and are suitable for use around swimming pools. Picket spacing of less than 4 inches is required for fences around a swimming pool. In order to learn about the codes that apply to your project, speak with the building department where you live in.

To reach Decking Pros NW for detailed information about the product below is some more information for you:

Phone: (206) 279-1450

Email: info@deckingprosnw.com

Website: https://deckingprosnw.com//

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