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A Fence That Endures Edmond OK

Trex composite fencing in Edmond is available in four colors: Saddle (medium brown), Winchester Grey, Maderia (reddish brown) and Woodland Brown (dark brown). The fencing comes with a 25-year limited warranty.

Byrd Fence Contracting
(405) 532-4998
1820 Nw 39Th St
Oklahoma City, OK

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A R T T Wood Manufacturing
(405) 681-0749
1829 S May Ave
Oklahoma City, OK

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RMF Remodeling
(405) 408-8886
9900 Mark TRL
Midwest City, OK

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JB'S Quality Home Improvement
(405) 270-0875
218 Southeast 18th Street
Oklahoma City, OK

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Spirit Fence Co.
(918) 541-6892
334 Nunnamaker
Fairland, OK

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Central Power Equipment
(405) 495-3732
4121 N Macarthur Blvd
Warr Acres, OK

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Eagle One Welding and Fencing
(580) 504-3120
6308 North Sterling
Oklahoma City, OK

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Central Oklahoma Fence
(405) 562-6727
413 Glade Ave
Oklahoma City, OK

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(405) 495-3732
4121 N Macarthur Blvd
Warr Acres, OK

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4235 South 33Rd West Avenue
Tulsa, OK

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A Fence That Endures

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Composite lumber decking has been around for awhile, and it has been a hit with many home owners who choose it over traditional wood because it resists moisture, will not rot, requires little maintenance and is made from recycled materials. Best of all, it can last for decades. Now Trex, a Winchester, Va.-based manufacturer of alternative decking materials, has introduced a new line of composite fencing called Trex Seclusions.

Made from a mixture (or composite) of waste wood, recycled plastic grocery bags and other types of recycled plastic, Trex fencing is designed to stand the test of time and weather. It never needs to be painted, and won't buckle, warp or splinter. It contains no toxic preservatives, so it can be recycled at the end of its lifetime.

The composite fencing is no more complicated to install than a typical fence. Once holes are dug and posts are set in cement, rails are attached to the posts using special brackets and pickets (upright rails) are inserted. Bottom rails include aluminum inserts for additional stability.

Trex composite fencing is available in four colors: Saddle (medium brown), Winchester Grey, Maderia (reddish brown) and Woodland Brown (dark brown). The fencing comes with a 25-year limited warranty. Initial costs are slightly higher than traditional fencing, but since it doesn't have to be replaced as often, costs can be recouped over time. The fencing is currently available in the western United States and will be available in other areas this summer. For more information or to find a local dealer: http://www.trex.com or 800-289-8739.

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