Maybe you’ve heard about Trex composite fences but don’t know much about them? Or maybe you haven’t even heard of that type of fence? Here at All Over Fence, we offer many different styles, types and colors of Trex Composite Fences. We’ll give you a thumbnail sketch of everything you should know in relation to these such types of fences.
Trex Composite fences have a plenty great deal of benefits that are unequivocally worth installing for your home, but they are expensive compared to others. Most fencing estimates are broken down into materials around $1,400 – $7,000 and installation costs around $350 – $900. So, your total fence project, depending on how big your yard, garden or pool area is; you will be looking around the average total of $1,800 – $7,500. That does seem like a lot of money for a fence, but the profits outweigh the expense for many reasons!
Trex composite fences are made with both wood and plastic materials. In fact, 96% are made up of recycled materials and contains no hazardous chemicals. Their eco-friendly processing is collected from shopping bags, paper bags, dry cleaning bags, sandwich bags, plastic water bottles, and paper towels. Because North America is the largest plastic recyclers in the world, the Trex Composite fences that are made saves 400 million pounds of plastic and wood from landfills each year. Another interesting fact is that the average 500-square foot composite fence contains 140,000 recycled plastic bags. To learn more about the processing of the Trex fences and other ways of recycling, check out www.trex.com.
Maintenance and lifespan
You can have that wood picket fence look without the hassles of wood fencing! Trex composite fences are very durable. They don’t absorb moisture so they won’t warp, bend, rot, mold, or rust. So that means maintaining this fence is little to none. The only thing you should do if you want to clean it is, grabbing a garden hose, some mild detergent, and a soft cloth. Gently scrub the fence in circular motions and then wash it off with the garden hose, with the lightest pressure you have. The lifespan for these types of fences is around 25-40 years! That’s longer than most barriers lifespan. These enclosures can also be used for many different types of areas. You can use it to surround your backyard, front yard, gardens, pool areas, decks; you name it, we can place it!
Did you know there’s another type of fence like the trek composite? It’s called the SimTek. They are usually the ones you see with a stone wall design. These designs are able to withstand winds like a hurricane that’s up to 110 and 130 miles per hour and dramatic temperature changes. With the weather being the way it is now in Utah, your Trek Composite or SimTek fence will withstand the drastic changes from cold, snowy weather to being in the middle of the Death Valley desert. They also block out direct sound, therefore listening to you neighbors or the traffic is going to be reduced by 98%. Speaking of neighborhoods, most of these composite fences are graffiti resistant. As a result, teenagers that cause trouble won’t be damaging your property. In the even that you do by any chance happen to have damage to your fence, or anything pertaining to your already installed fence, you can always call the experts here at All Over Fence and we will come to your home to evaluate it.
If you have any further questions about the Trek Composite or SimTek fences, please contact us on our website or on the phone at 801-556-2282. You can also follow us on our social media pages.