Composite Fencing is one of the latest materials used nowadays and is an option to replace natural wood. When you are doing your research on fencing to replace your current one, you may have concerns over Composite Fencing and Wooden Fencing, which option is better? And why? If you require an eco-friendly fencing solution for a garden project, Sundi Composite Fencing is ideal, please read on the reasons:
COMPOSITE FENCING IS A SUSTAINABLE MATERIAL
Nexus Living Ltd Fencing—Eco-friendly alternative to Wood Fencing
Approx. 90% Recycled materials, produced from recycled wood fibers and recycled plastic, which is a green energy saving & environmental protection product.
Wooden Fencing is a completely natural material, using it is not bad for the environment per se. But wood will eventually result in deforestation!
NO PAINTING OR STAINING REQUIRED
The life span of wood is limited when it is used in outdoor applications. You have to treat your wooden fencing repeatedly and apply oils. Both softwood and exotic wood will fade, rot and create splinters over time. But not only does this mean it requires more upkeep, factoring in the cost and time taken each year to do this and the replacement of any wood that has rot or splintered through the winter, Nexus Living Ltd composite fencing is a time and cost effective solution for your fencing needs with its 15 Year residential guarantee.
Wooden fencing is also worse for the environment. This is because wooden fencing usually comes pre-treated with chemicals that aren’t eco-friendly to begin with. Plus, any chemicals that are used to treat them subsequently also tend to be bad for the environment. When painting the fence, these harsh chemicals can also find their way into your garden soil.
For Nexus Living Ltd, the composite material has no toxic chemicals or preservatives and it requires no painting or staining, guaranteed low maintenance.