Trex Fencing is the product of choice in many non-residential applications. Whether a project calls for tall privacy fencing, green building materials, a sturdy utility enclosure, or more, Trex is an excellent fit.
Government/Light Commercial: Traditionally, commercial barriers have been made of masonry. However, aesthetics and costs are increasingly used as considerations when selecting a product. For example, if the commercial property backs onto a residential community, the compromise between the homeowners and the commercial property owner is to put a product in that requires little maintenance and provides privacy. A commercial property owner may also want to hide an unsightly area (such as space for utility equipment) with a more attractive option like a composite screen or gates. Costs are always a consideration, but commercial owners are also looking for durability in the same way as low maintenance requirements. Increasingly, composites and simulated masonry are being specified for these types of properties.
Government/Heavy Commercial: Heavy commercial properties usually lean towards masonry, chain link, or architectural steel. Privacy is less of a concern than security. However, government properties vary significantly from material/equipment yards to community walkways. Wood or lower gauge chain link was traditionally used for space where government properties are mixed in with public community, residential, or light commercial areas. Now, with cost management increasingly an issue for federal, state, and local entities, planning and purchasing officers are looking at low maintenance alternatives. Usage of composites, plastics, and other manufactured products are on the rise. Again, considerations such as costs, durability, and aesthetics inform the decisions for the selected products.
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