Unlike wood, Trex Composite Fencing:
Won't rot, warp, or splinter.
Won't become food for termites.
Won't need seasonal painting, sealing, or staining.
Has an industry leading warranty.
How does Trex Fencing compare with wood fencing?
TREX WON'T BECOME FOOD FOR TERMITES
Unlike wooden fences, Trex composite fences are impervious to insect damage, such as ants or termites. The proprietary composite materials used in Trex Fencing are the perfect solution where insects are a concern. Why WOOD you install a fence that might be eaten up in time?
TREX WON'T ROT, WARP OR TWIST
Unlike a wood fence that may begin rotting and decaying after 5 to 10 years, Trex composites are made of a proprietary blend of wood and plastic that is not susceptible to rot or decay. The unique design of the Trex interlocking pickets also eliminates warping and twisting that is common with a wood fence. These interlocking pickets also eliminate unsightly gaps, which are typical in a wood fence. Why WOOD you install a fence that begins deteriorating the day you put it in?
TREX DOES NOT NEED STAINING OR PAINTING
Wood fences require staining or painting in order to achieve and maintain a desired look, as well as to preserve it from rot. Trex Fencing is available in 3 natural colors and never requires staining or painting. Trex composite fences are designed to have the appearance of wood without the extra workload associated with a wood fence. Why WOOD you install a fence that is going to cost thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours over its lifetime to maintain?
TREX IS ECO-FRIENDLY
Trex Composite Fences are made of 95% recycled a product, which means we are doing our part to leave a smaller carbon footprint. Trees can take years to grow while Trex composites are a much more efficient alternative.
TREX FENCING COST OF OWNERSHIP OVER TIME COMPARED TO WOOD
Pricing based on a similar style wood fence with 6×6 posts, board on board design, cap rail, top and bottom trim boards, and stained both sides.
Cost of Staining: Required the first and second year, then every other year after that – average cost is $6 per foot for staining and $4 per foot for pressure washing both sides.
Repair Costs: Repair costs can vary greatly. Typical costs are $500 in year 4 and year 6 and increase to $1500 in year 10.
Replacement Costs: The typical life span of a wood fence is 12 years, at which time removal and a full replacement is needed.