TREX FENCING IN LOUISIANA
Trex is a fence that seeks to enhance landscapes, not detract from them. From the old magnolia trees of Lafayette to the shores around Cross Lake, Trex complements the beauty of the Louisiana landscape. The historic French Colonial style homes are often surrounded by ornamental fencing, while the newer modern homes favor vinyl. Unfortunately, these and even wood fences do not fare well in the Louisiana climate. The humid heat can rust metal and warp wood and in a hurricane, these fences are easily toppled. Trex Composite Fencing is the better alternative, because of its strength, durability, and beauty. It’s been tested against hurricane force winds, but it also has a natural appearance similar to wood. Even LSU and the Le Triomphe Golf and Country Club in Broussard have seen the benefits of Trex Fencing and has had it installed on their respective properties.
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.