At Armor Fence, we know that many people just want low-maintenance fencing that doesn’t come at too much of a cost. That’s why we’ve updated our stock with Trex fencing, and why we’ve become experts in its installation and maintenance. There are a variety of different reasons why we’d highly recommend choosing Trex fencing.
When it comes to buying outdoor fencing, we know that you’re only looking for high-quality products, and we know that you’d want to be informed about what it is that you’re buying. That’s why we’ve got no problem offering Trex fencing as one of our products, as well as educate our customers on what the benefits of it are.
As outdoor fencing, this outlasts and outperforms many other types of fencing, offering a stylish, long-lasting fence that offers true privacy. It offers a whole lot more privacy due to the fact that there are no gaps between any of its parts, so you won’t have to worry about anyone being able to see in. On top of that, both sides look exactly the same, so you won’t have to worry about either you or your neighbor getting the ‘bad’ side of the fence.
Having said that, while privacy and style can be a big part of your decision, we know that there are a number of other issues that might be more important for our customers. For example, Trex fencing offers wide resistance that can stand up against many hurricane forces, as well as many gale force winds. Because of that, it’s one of the best performing fences currently on the market and one of the most durable, which is why we put our complete faith in Trex’s 25 year warranty.
We know that you don’t want to have to replace or repair your fence every few years, which is why we’re proud to show off the fact that Trex fencing is one of the most durable products currently available. Our customers deserve to have long-lasting fencing and that’s exactly what we’re offering here; after all, we wouldn’t dream of doing otherwise.
We also know that many of our customers might be environmentally-minded, which is another reason why we’re proud to show off our stock of Trex fencing. Not only are they made from 95% wood and plastic, but a unique blend makes sure that being recycled doesn’t have any negative effect on the durability of the fencing. In contrast, this unique blend between the recycled wood and plastic makes it a lot more durable and long-lasting than many other types of fencing.
Because of that, we’re able to say that using Trex fencing means that we’re not only using less wood and plastics, but we’re saving tons of unused products from being left in landfills every year. Because of that, if you’re building an eco-friendly house from scratch, using this fencing adds a whole lot of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) points to green building projects.
We know that many of our customers many wonder how Trex compares to the likes of wood and vinyl fencing. With wood, there’s almost no comparison as many of the things that would affect wood fencing simply won’t affect Trex. For example, it’s more resistant to rotting and is less likely to be eaten by bugs, meaning that you won’t need to put as much effort into maintaining a Trex fence than you would with many other fences.
While wood fencing may be cheaper up-front, we know that sometimes it’s all about the long-term, and Trex will need a lot less maintenance over time. Because of that, any savings our customers might make initially may end up being eaten up trying to battle any insect or rot damage. There’s also the fact that Trex fencing will need less maintenance over time in order to reduce staining or water damage.
As better as Trex may be than wood fencing in certain areas, it certainly outshines Vinyl fencing in a lot more areas. One of those areas is being eco-friendly, which we’ve already mentioned above. Whereas Trex is 95% recycled, Vinyl fencing is almost 100% new materials. Because of that, if you’re more environmentally friendly, then you’ll be able to make a better decision by going with Trex.
That being said, though, there are a whole host of areas that we know of where Trex outperforms Vinyl fencing. One of those that we’ve already mentioned is that Trex fencing can withstand many gale force winds and other extreme weather events. Vinyl, on the other hand, can’t withstand as much of these. We can also say that Trex keeps its color longer; while Trex’s colors may change over time, they still look stylish no matter how long it’s been.
Vinyl fencing, however, only comes in a very few select colors that have a habit of becoming discolored over time. Because of that, white Vinyl fencing will end up looking stained and yellow after a few years. On top of that, most Vinyl fencing is shiny and might stand out too much in a garden, which isn’t the case with Trex. There’s also the fact that, due to differences in thickness, Trex is a lot stronger and more durable than Vinyl so it will hold up to more than Vinyl ever could.