In addition to contributing to a healthier environment, our eco-friendly composite fences also contribute to LEED points—not to mention your good karma. RECYCLED WOOD. Reclaimed wood that would otherwise end up in a landfill finds its way into high-performance composite materials. By using reclaimed

Bio composite materials are wholly or partially made up of organic materials. They're eco-friendly by nature, since they make use of 100% renewable resources as well as recycled materials — and Freeman bio composite fencing is the perfect example. It's made of a combination of recycled plastic and natural wheat straw,

As with most purchases, we'll want to consider things like production impact, use of recycled materials, renewable sources, and end-of-life disposal as we weigh the options. And of course, you'll also want to factor in cost, material availability, maintenance, and your personal taste. Let's get you off the fence

Pallets. Pallets are a more accessible recycled material for many of us. If you want to see more examples of a pallet fence then head over to this collection! Fence Ideas

Using recycled materials for your fencing is good for the environment, yet while a fence constructed entirely out of aluminum pop cans, shipping pallets or old surf boards is certainly interesting, it's not everybody's cup of tea. There are a few products on the market that utilize recycled materials while still looking like a natural,