One of the more overlooked features of a garden area can be the fencing, with sometimes the only reason for a change being due to damage or ageing panels. Well, here at Cladco, we want you to be fully aware of the many reasons why you should look at updating your fencing, much like you would with cladding for the exterior of your house or a practical decking area.
Not just any fencing either; upgrading to our Composite Fencing will improve your garden perimeter in more ways than one compared to traditional fencing, here are a few reasons how:
Strong Fence Panels
The difference between traditional fencing panels and Composite Fencing panels is not just what they are made from. The core strength is a big factor when it comes to working with WPC fencing panels. This means you can be confident any installation will stay in place for much longer and withstand high winds and any other testing conditions.
Manufactured using a blend of wood and plastic (60% recycled hard-wood fibres and 40% recycled polyethylene), Composite Fence Panels benefit from not splintering. This means you can keep the same look for many years without the issue of splinters that will naturally occur from traditional timber fencing.
Natural Looking Finish
You can purchase Composite Fencing in many different colours, from stone grey to coffee and more, but you can also choose to have more natural-looking colours that will have the appearance of wood, such as redwood or teak. The benefit of this is a natural-looking finish that is especially great if you’re looking for the fencing to blend in with its surroundings.
Composite Panels not only look great, but they require very little maintenance in the long term. The colour is long-lasting so no re-painting is required and no filling gaps from splintering or knots in the wood that can break away over time; overall a perfect solution to long-term fencing.
Due to their lightweight, honeycomb structure, Composite Fencing panels are very easy to work with, without the worry of getting splinters in your fingers. They can be easily attached to existing timber fence posts, but ideally, work great with Composite Fencing Posts for the complete look. The Composite Fencing then just slot together, creating the perfect fence in a fraction of the time.