The majority of traditional fence panels are made from hard or softwoods.
Composite fencing is made from a mixture of plastic and real wood, which is typically recycled. The wood creates a natural and authentic-looking fence, while the plastic retains incredible strength to allow for a longer-lasting, more durable solution.
Timber fencing vs composite wood
Composite Fencing is an affordable long-term solution, as the prices for timber have been increasing steadily since May 2020 – with a 3% rise between April and May this year. Visit this link to read more about timber price increases: https://www.constructionnews.
The difference between traditional timber fencing and composite wood fence panels is not just in materials. There are several other benefits to consider if you are looking for an installation that will stay in place for years to come. While wood fences require frequent repainting and/or repair, composite wood fencing simply requires occasional wash downs with water. Composite holds up better than wood when exposed to weather, UV rays, and other environmental factors such as insects and mould.
Gronofence is made out of wood from sustainably managed sources combines with 100% recycled plastic which means it is extremely hard-wearing and gentle on the environment. For rust resistance to no maintenance, composite fencing can be an excellent choice for many. If you are eco-conscious and want to do your part in helping the environment, we believe composite fencing is a great solution for you. View our full Gronofence range on our website: https://grono.co.uk/fencing/
Compared to common conventional wood and wood-plastic composite fencing, Gronofence offers a broad range of benefits, including:
- Longer lasting
- Rot and mould resistance
- Natural-looking finish
- Easy installation
- Low maintenance
- Splinter proof
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