Steel post stiffeners with base plates

Steel post stiffeners with base platesPost Mounts to Attach Trex Posts to Concrete Walls or Pads While Trex posts are designed to be stand-alone posts in most applications, there are certain scenarios in which a steel reinforcement would be necessary. For instance, stiffeners must be used for the post on the hinge side of a[…]

Vertical Back Bracing Rail for Horizons

Vertical Back Bracing Rail for Bowed Pickets on Horizons and Seclusions Horizontal Installations If the Horizons or Seclusions Horizontal fence pickets are bowing after an installation is complete, a vertical back bracing rail can be applied. This part helps to bring the pickets back into alignment. On the back side of the fence, screw the[…]

Avoiding Underground Risks to Your Fence

Avoiding Underground Risks to Your Fence While many fence owners are cognizant of the risks and damage types their fences face above the ground, there are some who may occasionally gloss over a different risk type: Underground fence damage. What you see on the surface of your fence doesn't always match what's going on underneath[…]

General Primer on Trex Fence Gates and Requirements

General Primer on Trex Fence Gates and Requirements While traditional fencing materials and our Trex composite fencing products don't share too many qualities, there are some features that are near-universal in many fence settings. One great example here is the fence gate, which will be a vital piece of a fence installation for numerous property[…]

When to Choose Trex Privacy Fence Over Other Alternatives

Trex privacy fence is the perfect choice when you want a little space to yourself. Building a privacy fence doesn’t have to be complex or costly, nor does it have to require a lot of ongoing maintenance or upkeep. Although wood fences are workable solutions when there are budget constraints, upgrading to Trex composite wood[…]

Trex Fencing Combined with Masonry for Elegance

Examples of Masonry Combined with Composite Trex Fencing Since Trex Fencing is popular as perimeter fencing around communities, we often see buyers installing Trex between masonry or stone pillars either in-line or at entryways. The natural, stately look of Trex provides distinct appeal in these types of configurations.  If you are considering an installation on[…]

Preparing for a New Fence: Fence Project Considerations and Checklist

New Fence Ideas Chances are, if you are visiting this page you are either putting in your first fence or you are getting ready to replace one. You're probably doing some research to discover what you should be thinking about before you begin your project. The good news is a fence installation doesn’t need to[…]