Savannah Fence & Entry Systems of Savannah, Georgia recently installed a Trex Seclusions fence for the city of Pooler. The new city hall complex in Pooler required a privacy area around a portion of the new town square and selected Trex fencing. In addition to its low-maintenance and aesthetic benefits, Trex was selected because it was able to be built to the required 10 ft. tall height. The color selected was Woodland Brown.
The new city hall in Pooler is part of a development project that has been in the works for years. The nod towards a historical square is part of the city government’s vision to provide an area which will hearken back to the traditional appeal and function of a city government space. The area will also eventually include a walkable community and will help revitalize the section of town running along the Highway 80 corridor. Watch the WOTC reported on the city hall project.
Trex is a perfect compliment to the new property. The architecture firm that designed the building and surrounding area, Hussey Gay Bell, was tasked with developing a property that would serve the city for several decades. With Trex, the city chose a fence that will last much longer than wood and will not require the upkeep of a typical fence. The brickwork columns provide a beautiful contrast to the wood-look Trex Seclusions fence. The fence was attached to the brick columns by cutting Trex posts in half and mounting them to a treated 2×4 that was anchored to the column.
About Savannah Fence & Entry. The company was founded in 1991 and serves the Coastal Empire and Low Country areas of southern Georgia. Visit the company’s Facebook page for more company information. For information on how to acquire Trex fencing installation services from Savannah Fence & Entry, contact Roy Tomazin at (912) 234-5188 or email@example.com.