Fence Cladding is used to spruce up a tired looking fence or simply to give your home a more attractive and upbeat look. There are many fence cladding options to choose from depending on your budget and the look that you are going for. Knowing about the benefits of different fence cladding materials will go a long way in making sure that you achieve what you have in mind without too many trials and errors.
Many of us are looking for fence cladding materials that are low maintenance as well as environmentally friendly. Nobody wants to mess with their surroundings and by utilising composite wood fence cladding; you can prevent doing so without sacrificing the aesthetic value of your property. The design of composite wood cladding is usually modern, unique and has the added bonus of looking exactly the same on both sides – an essential detail to keep in mind if you are keen on being a good neighbour.
Composite fence cladding can come in the standard 1.8 metre height and are made up entirely of recycled material, so you know you’re doing your bit for the environment. It’s completely safe for use around a pool area and is excellent material for DIY projects because there are no splinters or knotholes! This not only makes your project safe when it comes to construction, but also alleviates any worry you might have of your kids causing injury from old, rotted and dangerous wooden fences. It’s great for builders too as composite wood fence cladding doesn’t leach, which means a happy customer and no need to ever replace the material!
Hiring a professional to give your fence the makeover that you want costs a lot of money, which is why more and more people are going the DIY route. Unlike metal and plastic fences, composite fence cladding materials are not only fast but also simple to build. It lasts longer than timber and needs little to no upkeep, which means your rellies and mates will thank you for not asking them to do the backbreaking work of restoration.
Practical – tick. That’s why people are going composite!
Futurewood has practical fencing cladding available throughout Australia. Matching screening and decking is available for those keen in getting the complete look.