hdpe long-lasting fencing

Fencing

Why should you choose recycled HDPE plastic lumber for your fencing project? Think about the long-term. Traditional materials break down over time and require repair costs, ongoing maintenance, and won’t hold up to harsh environments. Tangent’s recycled plastic fencing material is superior in every way.

Applications

Post & Rail

Post & Rail

Effective and Durable Long-Term Fencing Solutions

Split-rail and ranch rail fencing are most commonly used for low-profile fencing systems that can blend into the natural landscape. For example, split-rail and ranch rail fences can be used for park perimeters, sidewalk fencing, or equine applications. When choosing the best building material for these applications, it’s important to use a durable, extremely strong, and aesthetically-pleasing material that can withstand extreme weather conditions and temperature fluctuation. Tangent’s Fencing materials are not only extremely durable, long-lasting, and easy to clean, they’re also color-fast and resistant to moisture.

Tangent fence materials
Privacy

Privacy

Protect Your Commercial Property Long-Term Fencing Solutions

Privacy fences offer “shielding” from the outside world and a line of protection. Use Tangent Fencing materials for the ultimate in low-maintenance and durability. Long-lasting and easy to clean, Tangent’s Fencing Materials are the superior privacy fence solution.

long-lasting privacy fencing
Equine

Equine

Corral and Protect Your Large Animals with HDPE Plastic Lumber

Tired of replacing broken or rotted boards? Tangent’s Fencing is the long-last solution that is ultra-durable and easy to clean. Resistant to moisture, corrosive materials and even cribbing horses, Tangent’s fencing materials are the ultimate low-maintenance fencing solution. With Tangent Fencing you don’t have to sacrifice aesthetics for function, as it comes in colors and textures that look like wood, but without the hassle.

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