Winter Maintenance Tips For Composite Fence Panels

Dec 15, 2021 | Composite Fence

Winter Maintenance Tips For Composite Fence Panels
Two of the most significant draws to composite fencing are its low maintenance and high durability features. 

For customers who love the look of real wood but without the upkeep, composite fence panels are the perfect fit. 

The rich color, high level durability, and softness of composite fencing is what makes it truly unique. It also offers both the natural style and privacy your customers are looking for while keeping the environment in mind. 

In fact, composite fence panels are made with an innovative blend of 96% recycled wood and plastic. 

When your customers choose composite fencing, they can rest assured that this is a low maintenance option that won’t require much work or effort to keep it looking its best. 

However, in the winter season, things may come up and it’s possible your customers may have questions about caring for the composite fence. In the case they do, here are a few tips and tricks to share. 

Caring For Composite Fencing During Winter

  • Clear debris like leaves and dirt from between composite fence panels. This helps keep mold and moisture from growing between the boards and keeps them dry. Using a soft broom usually does the trick. 
  • Gently remove ice. Try using a plastic shovel instead of a metal one to avoid damaging composite fencing. Pay particular attention to the crevices between the boards. 
  • Clear stains and smudges. Composite fence panels are natural looking and should not require power washing or other harsh methods. However, if there are bird droppings, extensive soiling, or other unsightly stains, remove them using a soft bristle brush, warm water, and gentle detergent. 

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