Trex Fencing is Versatile and Compatible with Various Materials
We love project photos and it’s always interesting to see how customers use their creativity to come up with unique designs using the Trex fencing product. Here are some recent examples of these types of projects.
Trex Fencing with Bamboo. For this particular installation in Miami, Florida, the homeowner wanted a completely distinct look and chose to combine Trex fencing with bamboo in between the posts and rails. This gave the fence some transparency with a combination of finished and rustic elements.
Trex Posts for a Pool Fence. Previously, we’ve highlighted how good Trex posts look with ornamental metal panels. Here’s an example of an installation near Clovis, California around a pool where the Trex posts provide a substantial and colorful appearance to compliment the iron panels. The contractor easily attached the panels to the Trex posts using mounting brackets.
Trex for Utility Enclosures. The industrial look of utilities such as HVAC units or electrical chargers can feel out of place or distracting to the eye in areas where aesthetics are important. Fencing or screening helps to cover the view of these machines and Trex is particularly appealing as a solution because it provides full opacity and an attractive finish. Here is an example of a utility enclosure in Nevada using 8′ tall Trex fencing. The other side has gates to allow access to the equipment.
Trex for Dumpster Gates. Like utility enclosures, Trex is often specified by architects for dumpster gates specifically for the reasons of aesthetics and durability. Here is a project for a Panera Bread location in Boardman, Ohio. In this case, the opening was approximately 16 ft., so the contractor built a welded back frame and used Trex fencing on the front. The interlocking pickets were attached to the frame using self-tapping screws and then the fasteners were covered up by the rails.