TREX FENCING IN MAINE
Living in Maine is a beautiful experience. Whether you prefer to spend your days on soaking up the sun on the coast or hiking through Acadia National Park, you have more important things to do than worry about your fence. Trex Privacy Fencing is the better alternative for homeowners looking to replace their old, problematic fences. Cedar wood fences might look good when they are installed, but they require painting or staining to keep them looking good. Even with considerable upkeep, wood fences are still susceptible to rot and termite damage. Trex has the appearance of a classic wood fence, which looks especially good with the shingle style and gable-front houses that are so popular in Maine. But Trex requires no painting or staining and it has a built in resistance to mold and insect damage. Even the long, cold winters can’t ruin a Trex Fence. And with Trex’s interlocking pickets, you’ll always have a fence that is completely private, protecting your home, your family, and your pets. Trex has been installed throughout the state, where it is especially popular with residents in Portland and Augusta. Give your landscape the fence it deserves, with Trex.
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES
Maine is a member of the Coalition of North Eastern Governors. They meet regularly to discuss a range of regional issues including climate change, energy, and sustainable building practices. Maine is rich in energy conservation programs and advocates reducing their carbon footprint. Trex also qualifies for points within the LEED and Green Globe programs in this state.