Fencing Frequently Asked Questions


With proper installation and minimal maintenance, composite fencing can last for decades, often outlasting traditional wood fencing.

Composite fencing is typically made from a blend of wood fibers and recycled plastics, offering both durability and an eco-friendly option.

Composite fencing does not require painting or staining as it maintains its colour and finish over time.

Initially, composite fencing can be more expensive than wood, but its longevity and low maintenance can make it more cost-effective in the long run.

Yes, composite fencing is designed to withstand various weather conditions, including extreme heat, cold, and moisture.

Composite fencing can be easily cleaned with soap and water, and it doesn’t require special cleaning agents.

Yes, since it's made from recycled materials and doesn't require chemical treatments, composite fencing is considered an environmentally friendly option.

Yes, damaged boards can often be replaced individually without needing to replace the entire panel or section.

Composite fencing comes in a variety of styles, colors, and finishes, allowing for customization to suit different aesthetic preferences.

Like most materials, composite fencing may experience some expansion and contraction with temperature fluctuations, but this is typically accounted for in the product design and installation process.