TREX FENCING IN MISSISSIPPI
All along the Mississippi river, and throughout the state, you’ll find wood fences. But these come with a large set of problems. Wood needs constant maintenance like painting, staining, and sanding, and even with all that work, wood is still susceptible to rot, mold and insect damage. Trex Privacy Fencing is a better alternative to those old wood fences. Trex has a natural, wood-like appearance, but its composite formula makes it resistant to rot, insects and extreme weather damage. Trex is a fence that enhances your property, so throw that backyard BBQ and stop worrying about your fence. Mississippi might be the birthplace of Blues music, but there’s no need to write sad songs about your fence when you’ve got Trex.
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.