Endwood vs Vinyl and Composites
Upgrade from Composite Fences or Vinyl for Truly Luxurious Living
Composite and Vinyl Fencing were developed to be lower maintenance, longer-lasting alternatives to the typical wood privacy fence. But just like wood, they have their shortcomings.
Composite fencing is prone to developing mold, expanding and contracting, and warping, due to the inclusion of wood fillers that react to moisture and temperature extremes. Composites may stain, scratch and split; their colors may fade and bleach out. Their surfaces cannot be refinished, so once deterioration occurs, board damage cannot be repaired or reversed.
While Vinyl is a great option for an easy to install fence requiring little to no maintenance which resists mold and mildew, the biggest disadvantage is the shiny and unnatural appearance. Additionally, vinyl is limited when it comes to high wind gusts and impact from foreign objects such as a baseball or lawnmower.
Endwood, Beautiful and Rugged
Endwood is the perfect solution for a rugged, easy to maintain, natural looking fence. Our proven, proprietary capped cellular PVC technology with a closed-cell solid core does not allow water to penetrate, so there is no expansion, contraction, warping or breakage due to moisture. The solid core and reinforced rails impart stability, strength and sturdiness to each section. Endwood won’t crack, split, or rot, and the core provides long-term fastener strength. Our proprietary Hardcover™ Capstock envelops each side of pickets, rails, and posts and protects them with a high-performance coating to ensure color stability. And we’ve saved the best for last – Endwood has the realistic woodgrain texture and deep authentic colors that put vinyl and composite to shame.