Frequently Asked Questions
WHY IS TREX® FENCING BETTER THAN WOOD?
Trex® Fencing offers superior durability and performance that you can’t get from wood. Trex® Fencing resists termites, won’t rot, warp, or splinter and never needs staining or painting. What’s more, Trex® Fencing is made from 95% recycled materials (reclaimed wood as well as recycled plastic), making it an environmentally-friendly choice you can feel pleased about.
WHERE CAN I BUY TREX FENCING?
Contact us for pricing on materials, figuring quantities, and for additional product information.
CONTRACTORS & RETAILERS
Call us to see if you qualify to purchase materials direct.
SPECIAL ORDER IN STORE:
Connect with us first prior to visiting one of our special order dealers to order Trex Fencing. Our team of product experts will assist with this process and make it easier to purchase.
LOOKING FOR AN INSTALLER?
Contact us and we will set you up with contractors in your area experienced with installing Trex Fencing.
HOW MUCH DOES TREX® FENCING COST?
Installation prices can vary greaty due to size, access, location and many other circumstances. Typical material and labor costs can range from $75 to $95 per foot and even higher depending many variables. As with many things in life, you get what you pay for. Initially, Trex® Fencing does cost more than wood and vinyl (PVC) fences; however, the payoff you get over time in decreased maintenance costs and increased leisure time provides compelling value — so much so that you’ll often see Trex® Fencing referenced in the listings of properties for sale as an indicator of quality and value that homeowners and real estate agents tout when selling a home. Of course, the real value is in the time that you enjoy spending outdoors secured by Trex® Fencing without all the time and expense of maintenance.
WHAT IS THE LIFETIME VALUE OF TREX® FENCING?
With wood fences, maintenance costs add up over time. Although Trex® Fencing costs more initially, you’ll never have to sand, stain or paint your Trex® Fencing. Over the life of your fence, those reduced maintenance costs add up to a greater value than wood – not to mention the value of all the time you get to spend enjoying your fence rather than working on it.