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The Most Durable Fencing Materials for Your Fencing Project

Are you preparing for a summer garden transformation? Are you looking to fit new fences that will tick both the style and substance boxes? If you’re keen to create a stunning backyard and want to find fence materials that will look great as well as offer durability and longevity, here are some of the best options out there: 

 

Iron Fencing 

Iron fencing is an excellent option for both commercial and residential properties. It looks smart, can withstand adverse weather conditions thanks to corrosion-resistant steel, and it complements a range of home decor styles and landscaping trends.   

 

PVC Fencing 

PVC fencing should be on your short-list if you’re looking for a fence that will last. With a lifespan of around 25 years, PVC fences are sturdy and stable, and they’re also great for low-maintenance gardens. You can choose from a range of colors and styles to suit your garden design.  

 

Simtek Vinyl Fencing 

This patented type of vinyl fencing is an excellent alternative to more traditional materials. With vinyl, you can achieve a rustic aesthetic with the added bonus of longevity. Vinyl is designed to weather storms and high winds, and it’s also easy to maintain. If you love the look of stone driveways and patios, for example, but you want a fence that will last, vinyl could be the ideal choice.  

 

Pressure Treated Wood Fencing 

Wooden fences are incredibly popular due to their beautiful, natural aesthetics. Pressure treated wood is designed for long-term use with a lifespan of 25-50 years. At Fence Masters we use MicroPro 1st-grade pressure treated spruce, which is exceptionally durable. With this kind of wooden fence, you can enjoy both style and substance! 

 

 

If you’re thinking about installing a new fence this summer, it’s always wise to opt for outdoor materials that will last, especially considering the extreme weather we experience in this corner of the world. Not sure which material is best suited to your needs? Give the experts at Fence Masters a call today!  

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