Greenwood’s Capped Composite Material: Unmatched Durability and Longevity

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At Greenwood Fence, we’re proud to offer one of the best products in the market for fencing materials: Capped Composite. Capped Composite material is superior in durability, longevity, and in resistance to staining and damage. Discover why choosing Capped Composite is a must for your fencing needs.

Extended Lifespan

The average lifespan of Capped Composite material is estimated to be 25 to 30 years, and the same exceptional longevity applies to our fences. With Capped Composite, homeowners can enjoy peace of mind knowing that their composite fence will stand the test of time, remaining beautiful and sturdy for decades to come. Say goodbye to frequent replacements and costly repairs associated with traditional fencing materials.

Surface Protection Against Stains and Residue

Unlike traditional composite products, Capped Composite features a protective capping that ensures stains and residue sit on the surface of the boards, rather than penetrating the material. This innovative design reduces the risk of damage to the look and feel of the composite fence, preserving its aesthetic appeal year after year. With Capped Composite, maintaining a pristine fence has never been easier.

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Enhanced Resistance to Elements

The protective sleeve of Capped Composite boards offers unparalleled resistance to the elements, surpassing that of traditional (uncapped) composite solutions. Whether facing harsh sunlight, heavy rain, or extreme temperature fluctuations, Capped Composite fences retain their beauty and structural integrity. Homeowners can rest assured knowing that their investment is shielded from the damaging effects of weather and environmental factors.

Almost No Maintenance

Thanks to its protective capping, Capped Composite requires minimal maintenance compared to traditional composite materials. Say goodbye to the hassle of sanding, staining, or sealing your wood fence forever. With Capped Composite, occasional cleaning with soap and water is all that’s needed to keep your fence looking like new, allowing you to spend more time enjoying your outdoor space and less time on upkeep.

Elevate Your Property’s Aesthetic Appeal

In addition to its exceptional durability and low maintenance requirements, Capped Composite enhances the aesthetic appeal of any property. With a range of colors and finishes to choose from, homeowners can customize their composite fence to complement their outdoor décor and architectural style.

Experience the difference with Greenwood Fence’s Capped Composite material for composite fences. With its extended lifespan, surface protection against stains and residue, enhanced resistance to the elements, and reduced maintenance requirements, Capped Composite sets a new standard for fencing materials. Elevate your property with Greenwood’s premium Capped Composite fencing solutions. Choose excellence, choose Greenwood Fence.

The Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post for Composite Fencing


At Greenwood Fence, we’re committed to innovation and excellence in every aspect of our products. We’re thrilled to introduce our latest breakthrough: the Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post. This innovative attachment offers contractors unparalleled flexibility during composite fence installation, revolutionizing the way fences are built around non-perpendicular angles.

The Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post provides a remarkable 180 degrees of flexibility at any stage of the fence installation process. This means that contractors and DIY installers can seamlessly navigate around corners, curves, or other non-perpendicular angles without compromising the integrity or aesthetics of the fence. Say goodbye to cumbersome adjustments and hello to effortless installation with Greenwood Fence!

Why Smooth Transitions for Composite Fencing Are Needed

Installing composite fencing around non-perpendicular angles has always presented challenges for contractors. Traditional methods often involve complex measurements, custom cuts, and awkward boxy transitions. With the Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post, contractors now have a smooth and efficient solution at their fingertips. The Adjustable Angle Post allows for easy adjustment, ensuring a seamless transition between fence sections and maintaining the overall continuity of the installation.

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High-Grade Aluminum Construction

Crafted from high-grade aluminum, the Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post is built to last. Unlike traditional metals that may corrode or rust over time, our aluminum hinge offers unmatched durability and longevity. Contractors can trust that their fences will remain structurally sound and visually appealing for years to come, even in challenging outdoor environments. Adjustable Angle Posts can even be readjusted if a fence line changes, making them a lasting solution for decades.

Enhancing Efficiency

The Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post enhances both efficiency and precision. Contractors can complete installations more quickly and accurately without boxy transitions which require extra materials and labor, saving time and resources while delivering exceptional results. Whether working on residential or commercial projects, the Adjustable Angle Post ensures a professional finish every time.

Greenwood’s Commitment to Quality Engineering

The introduction of the Adjustable Angle Post for composite fencing is a testament to Greenwood Fence’s unwavering commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction. We continuously strive to develop products that exceed industry standards and address the evolving needs of our customers. The Adjustable Angle Post is just one example of how we’re revolutionizing the fencing industry and empowering contractors to achieve exceptional results.

The Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post is more than just a hardware attachment; it’s a game-changer for composite fence installation. Offering unmatched flexibility, durability, and efficiency, the Adjustable Angle Post empowers contractors to tackle challenging angles with ease and precision. As we continue to push the boundaries of innovation, Greenwood Fence remains at the forefront of delivering cutting-edge solutions that elevate the standards of the fencing industry. Experience the difference with the Greenwood Fence Adjustable Angle Post and discover a new level of excellence in composite fencing installation.

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Why we use Aluminum Parts with our Composite Fences

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When it comes to choosing the right material for your fence, there are several factors to consider. Durability, maintenance, aesthetics, and cost all play a role in this decision. Among the various material options available in the market,  aluminum stands out as an excellent choice for many homeowners. The rails and posts for all Greenwood Fences are made of Aluminum, and for good reason. Read on to learn more!

The Durability of Aluminum

One of the primary reasons we selected aluminum for our fence “bones” is its durability. Unlike wood or iron that can rot or rust over time, aluminum is highly resistant (if not impervious) to these elements. It can withstand harsh weather conditions including rain, snow, and intense heat without losing its structural integrity or aesthetic appeal. Steel and iron will rust over time, making them hard to care for and, eventually, structurally unsound.

Aluminum fence parts are also bullet proof to pests like termites that can cause significant damage to wooden fences.

Lastly, they do not warp or bend easily which can happen with wood and some softer metals. This makes them ideal for properties with uneven landscapes.

Low Maintenance Requirements

Another advantage of choosing a fence with aluminum parts over other materials is its low maintenance requirements. Once installed, you don’t have to worry about regular painting or staining as you would with a wooden fence. Steel and iron fences also require regular coats of pant to curb rusting.

Cleaning an aluminum fence is also quite straightforward – all you need is soapy water and a soft brush to keep it looking new. This ease of maintenance saves homeowners time and money in the long run.


When compared to other fencing materials like iron or wood, aluminum is relatively more cost-effective. The initial cost of aluminum might be higher, but when you factor in the low maintenance costs and long lifespan, it becomes a better economical choice in the long run. No painting, no replacing, no problems.

Aluminum Paired with Composite Fence Boards

With all the amazing benefits to aluminum fence parts, it’s a no brainer to use it in the framing of our high quality composite fence boards. Put the two together and you have a fence that will last decades, possibly generations!

Choose Greenwood Quality

Greenwood Fence Aluminum is Qualicoat Certified. The certification process involves rigorous testing and inspection to verify that the coating process and the final product meet the Qualicoat standards. Achieving this certification indicates that the manufacturer is committed to producing a high-quality product that offers long-term value. It’s a mark of reliability for architects and specifiers who need to ensure they are choosing the best materials for their projects.

Choosing the right materials for your fence can be a hard choice, but when you start with the best materials for the job, your project will always turn out better and last longer. This is why more and more contractors are leaving wood and steel behind. With composite + aluminum they can stand behind their work for (almost) a lifetime without worry of having to repair a job that was already done.

If you’re looking for a durable, low-maintenance option that offers aesthetic appeal and cost-effectiveness, a Greenwood Composite Fence could be the ideal choice for you.

Contact us today to get a quote started, or to just learn more!

Which is Better: PVC or Composite Fence?

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When it comes to fencing, homeowners have a variety of materials to choose from. Two popular options are PVC and Composite Fencing. The choice between them largely dependent on individual preferences and needs. This post will delve into the details of each material, comparing their durability, maintenance requirements, aesthetics, and cost to help you make an informed decision.

Durability: PVC Fence vs Composite Fence

Durability is a crucial factor when choosing a fence material. You want something that can withstand harsh weather conditions and resist damage from insects or animals.

PVC fences are durable material wise, but not all are built the same. They are resistant to UV rays and impervious to insects and moisture, making them an good choice for areas with high humidity or heavy rainfall.

Composite fences offer even better durability. They are made from a blend of wood fibers and plastic polymers, resulting in a sturdy material that mimics the look of wood but with enhanced resistance to rotting, warping, and insect damage. You get the best of both worlds with a natural look, customization, and extreme durability.

Maintenance: PVC Fence vs Composite Fence

Maintenance requirements can significantly impact your choice between a PVC fence and a Composite Fence.

PVC fences require minimal maintenance. They do not need painting or staining like any plastic product. Most dirt can be washed off with water and mild soap. They are subject to algae growth though and must be sanitized seasonally.

Composite fences require less maintenance than PVC fences due to their special qualities, and much less than traditional wood fences. They never rust and are impervious to water, making rot a thing of the past. Composite Fences simply need a good rinse off seasonally with a mild detergent to curb plant growth.

Aesthetics: PVC Fence vs Composite Fence

Aesthetics play a significant role in choosing between a PVC fence and a Composite Fence.

PVC fences are typically available in white. Although more colors are coming to market, they are typically more expensive. PVC fences have a distinctly synthetic look that may not appeal to everyone.

Composite fences, on the other hand, closely mimic the look and feel of natural wood while offering superior durability and resistance to damage. They are available in various colors and styles, making it easy for homeowners to find a design that suits their aesthetic preferences.

Cost: PVC Fence vs Composite Fence

Finally, cost is an essential factor when deciding between a PVC fence and a Composite fence. Both Composite fences and PVC fences are similar in price depending on the installer. However, PVC materials are limited in style and typically thinner, and do not last as long. If something happens to a PVC fence you might be out of luck finding replacement parts as well due to the nature of each installer being unique in their source materials.

Greenwood Composite fences are made with premium materials that will last for decades. Greenwood fence also sells replacement fence boards that are easy to install for consumers in case something breaks due to natural disaster (tree falling, lightning strike, etc)… or someone accidentally driving in to it.

What’s Right For You?

Both PVC and Composite fences are wise choices for your home, but they are not the same. If you’re looking for a highly durable fence that has:

  • Minimal maintenance
  • Lots of style options to look amazing in any yard
  • Replaceable parts
  • A 20 year limited warranty

…then a Composite fence might be right for you. Get in touch with Greenwood fence today to get a quote for your next upgrade!

Composite Fence Vs. Metal Fence, Which Is Better?

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When it comes to fencing, homeowners have a variety of materials to choose from. Among the most popular options are Composite and metal fences. Both materials offer benefits, making the choice between them largely dependent on individual needs and preferences. We at GWF want to give you a comparison of Composite fences and metal fences, helping you make an informed decision for your property.

Understanding Composite Fences

Composite fences are made from Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) material. This material is combined with other elements such as stabilizers to enhance its durability, pigments for color, and UV inhibitors to protect against sun damage. The result is a strong, resilient fencing material that can withstand various weather conditions. It should be noted too that GWF posts, rails, and gates are made of aluminum, which doesn’t have any rust issues and is lighter weight than traditional steel fences.

More Benefits of Composite Fences

One of the main advantages of a Composite fence is its durability and longevity. Unlike wood or metal fences, Composite fences do not rot or rust over time. They are also very resistant to pests such as termites and can withstand harsh weather conditions without cracking or fading.

Another benefit of Composite fences is their low maintenance requirement. Once installed, these fences require minimal upkeep beyond occasional cleaning with soap and water. This makes them an ideal choice for homeowners who prefer a low-maintenance, beautiful fence option.

Finally, Composite fences come in various styles and colors, allowing homeowners to choose a design that complements their property’s aesthetic.

Understanding Metal Fences

Metal fences are also durable but differ from Composite fences in a lot of ways. Like Composite fences, metal fences boast impressive durability. They resist rotting unlike wood, but can rust over time with wet and humid environments, especially near the ocean.

Metal fences require maintenance. They can be easily cleaned but they need to be painted to elongate their lifespan due to rust. Painting a rusted fence can be very expensive.

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One of the main drawbacks of metal fences is their aesthetic appeal. They are not available in a range of styles and colors, which may not suits their property’s aesthetic. They are also very heavy and cumbersome to install.

Which is Better?

When comparing Composite to metal, it’s clear that Composite fencing offers benefits in terms of low maintenance, ease of installation, and aesthetic versatility. Metal fences might be less expensive in the beginning, but due to their tendency to rust out, especially where posts meet the ground, a Composite fence will have a longer lifespan.

If you prioritize longevity and aesthetics and are willing to invest in a higher upfront cost, a Composite fence from GWF may be the best option for you.

Remember that choosing the right fencing material is crucial not only for your property’s security but also for its overall curb appeal. Take your time when deciding between a Composite fence or a metal fence – consider your budget, needs, preferences as well as the specific conditions of your property before making a decision.

Ready to get started? Contact us for a quote and we’ll walk you through the process of getting a new Composite fence installed!