TREX FENCING IN GEORGIA
From the Savannah Historic District to the classic revival style homes, Georgia is rich with southern history and culture. Residents often choose rustic wood fences or ornamental metal fences to complement their historic homes. But these fences can come with their own set of problems, leading to a beautiful home with a less than perfect fence. Wood makes for a high maintenance fence and although it is meant to be a privacy fence, the pickets can warp and begin to gap in the humid Georgian climate. Ornamental aluminum or steel fencing is used to provide security, but they aren’t very private. With Trex Fencing, you can get a fence that is beautiful, private and secure. The composite material makes for a low-maintenance fence while the interlocking pickets make the fence completely private year after year. The city of Pooler and the Haynes House in Atlanta both used Trex to elevate the look of their properties. And for the homeowners still interested in the ornamental fencing, we suggest using the Trex Fence posts with the ornamental panels. This gives your fence the beauty of ornamental metals while using Trex to provide a sturdy and long-lasting framework.
TREX FENCING IMPROVES GREEN COMMUNITIES
Trex Composite Fencing is also an eco-friendly fence. By working with your local chapter of the United States Green Building Council your Trex Fence can qualify for LEED points making any home, building, or landscape an environmentally sustainable project. Explore the related links to find out more about your state’s initiatives and how you and your fence can make a difference.