Composite Fencing is low maintenance, strong and long-lasting.
Here at Abel Landscaping, we supply and install a variety of composite materials for fencing so you can be sure to find one that suits your taste.
Composite fencing can be defined as any type of fencing that is made from a composite material, usually a wood plastic composite. A wood plastic composite is a combination of wood fibres and a combination of plastics and other inorganic fillers. The end result is a fencing product that looks like wood but that is much lower maintenance. Composite fencing comes in different designs and it can be used to create picket fences, Paling fencing, basket weave fences, post and rail fences, and more.
Benefits of Composite Fencing
There are environmental benefits to using composite fencing as well.
Another huge benefit of composite fencing is how low maintenance it is. The fact that it is made of plastics, and there is generally a UV stabiliser included, composite fencing will not warp, rot, corrode or fade over time. You can use it in even the harshest of weather conditions and it will still stay looking great! You don’t need to paint it, seal it or anything else – once it is installed, that’s pretty much all you have to do. At most, you’ll just have to clean it with a hose and maybe some warm soapy water once in a while.
Composite fencing is also a very attractive option. It is a way to get the look and beauty of wood without the associated maintenance.
Composite Fencing has more to offer than just being strong, low maintenance and weatherproof – with four unique colours available there are limitless design combinations you can create making your outdoor area truly unique.
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