Eurocell Composite Fencing

Eurocell offers maintenance-free alternative to timber fencing

  • 21 Mar 2016

Eurocell Composite Fencing is an attractive, environmentally friendly alternative to timber fencing.

Eurocell Composite FencingManufactured from Wood-Grain, Eurocell Composite Fencing is made up of 75% recycled material, consisting mainly of PVC-U and a premium wood composite surface to offer the look and feel of timber. 

Composite Fencing consists of panels weighing less than 5kg that are slotted into place and stacked to the required height. The panels can be slotted into existing concrete posts if replacing wooden panels.

Composite Fencing Wood-Grain fence posts are sawn to measure and fixed using the system’s ‘SupaSpike’, whereby the spike is driven into the ground and the post fitted over the top. A bolt down version is offered for surfaces such as driveways and pavements.

Independent test results have shown that the Composite Fencing components offer greater tensile strength than concrete.

Eurocell Composite FencingComposite Fencing posts are flexible and therefore absorb and dissipate the energy from strong winds, whereas concrete posts will not flex and are at risk of breaking in high winds and severe storms.

Composite Fencing does not require maintenance to protect it against rot and decay, guaranteed for up to 20 years. 

It has an attractive matt wood finish on each side and is available in three colours: natural, graphite and walnut. Panels are available in lengths of 1.8m and 2.4m, with a height of 300mm. Available post heights are 1.8m, 2.4m and 2.7m, with a selection of decorative caps shaped tops for the boards also available to purchase.

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