Home Owner Association Fencing
One of the biggest groups of clients for Trex Fencing is Homeowner Associations (HOAs). These buyers often select Trex for the same reasons that homeowners do, but with additional considerations.
Many homeowner associations have perimeter fencing to establish the property lines for the community. A perimeter fence is an important element in projecting the image the HOA wants to establish for existing and potential homeowners, at least in terms of aesthetic sensibilities or even security. Selecting the right product will be influenced by such factors as colors, designs, and durability. Other factors such as fence height, maintenance, and weatherability are also important.
HOAs that install Trex have cited that replacing existing wood fencing has significantly reduced their maintenance expenditures. One HOA in particular, based out of Dallas, was concerned about holding off an increase in dues for landscaping and property maintenance. By using set-aside funds, the HOA was able to purchase Trex and determined that over the following five years, would be able to take the savings from the dues and avoid increasing in that budgetary line item. They justified the additional up-front expense because they were able to show the residents that the maintenance line item would remain flat for the following five years before increases in other unrelated expenses would kick in.
Another HOA in Utah specifically selected Trex Seclusions Woodland Brown because it matched the overall theme of the properties. With dark brown serving as a distinguishing feature of the community, Woodland Brown was the perfect match for its interior fencing.
An HOA in Denver selected Saddle for similar reasons. The tan look was the right color choice for their perimeter fencing. The same idea was also true in Oklahoma where Winchester Grey was installed between brick columns giving the community the distinguishing characteristic of an Estate-style perimeter.
The following presentation was created to help Homeowner Association customers evaluate Trex as a wood-alternative product for their properties. Please CONTACT US if you have additional questions. If you would like to evaluate technical specifications, visit our technical resource center.