Trex fencing is extremely stable and does not rot, splinter, or stain over time, like vinyl. It does not require staining, painting, or guarding against insect damage, and it can withstand 110mph winds.
Unlike vinyl, however, Trex fencing is made from a combination of recycled/reclaimed plastic and reclaimed wood that would otherwise end up in the landfill, making it the most environmentally friendly fencing option on the market. Trex is also a great option for a privacy fence.
Split Rail Fence and Supply Company is the leading distributor of Trex Seclusions composite fencing, which is backed by a rare 25-year limited residential warranty that will make any homeowner confident in their purchase.
Trex Fence Maintenance
What is Trex Fencing made of?
Trex fencing is very easy to maintain because it is composed of 96% reclaimed materials. These materials include reclaimed wood and recycled plastics. Since it is a process material, it withstands the weather in all climates, from hot to cold, humid to dry, making it a suitable material for fickle Colorado weather.
What is the best cleaner for Trex?
Cleaning a Trex fence is easily accomplished with a composite deck cleaner or hot water and soap with a soft bristle brush. Never sand or power wash your trex fence! If you use a product with bleach in it to remove mold, be aware that the color of your fence may fade. Learn more about how care to for trex fencing.
How long does composite fencing last?
Trex composite materials can last for 30 years and more when properly cared for. Because it is so durable and last 2-3 times as long as a wood fence, the additional up front cost will save you money and time over the long haul.