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Everything You Need To Know About Composite Fencing

Recently, composite fencing has become a more preferred option for many homeowners compared to a traditional wood or chain link fence; and for a number of reasons. From its longevity, to its rust resistance and virtually needing no maintenance, composite fencing can be an excellent choice. Here are some facts to help you make the right decision for you and your home.

What Is Composite Fencing?

Composite fence panels are made from a mixture of plastic and real wood that has typically been recycled, compared to traditional wood panels that are made from hard or soft woods. The wood portion helps to create a natural and authentic looking fence, while the plastic materials can retain incredible strength. This aids in a longer lasting, more durable fence.

Is Composite Eco-Friendly?

Since the wood portion of composite panels is often made from recycled materials, its longevity outperforms any traditional wood fence. In the event of a fence replacement or repair, fewer replacement panels would be needed, meaning fewer trees would be cut down to make these panels. For this reason, composite fencing is a great alternative if you have an eco-conscious mind and want to help the environment.


Longer Lasting- The synthetic wood panels with reinforced plastic materials will last significantly longer. Also, this style is weather resistant so overtime, your composite fence won’t let you down.

Rot/Mold Resistant- Due to the plastic materials in the panels, composite fencing is extremely resistant to rot and mold.

Natural Looking Finish- If you’re wanting that natural, timber look, composite panels have multiple natural finish options in a range of colors; allowing you to create your desired look.

Easy Installation- These panels slot together very easily and are lightweight, allowing for a quick and efficient installation.

Low Maintenance- While composite fence panels last long and look great, they require very little maintenance as they don’t crack or splinter; meaning, you won’t need to be constantly filling in gaps.

Splinter Proof- Due to its lightweight, honeycomb structure, composite panels are very easy to work with.

Any Disadvantages?

While composite fencing has so many benefits, one minor setback is the initial price. It can be a little pricier than a traditional wood or chain link fence, but again bear in mind its longevity and the role it plays in long term cost effectiveness.

With all this information brought forth, you should now have a good idea as to whether composite fencing is the right fit for you and your home. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our experts here at Titan Fence Co. to set up a free estimate to help make your vision come to life!

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