Is Composite Fencing Cheaper Than Wood?

Although composite fencing is initially more expensive than wood fencing, it requires very little maintenance and will not warp, rot or colour fade in different weather conditions. Timber fencing and cedar fencing require regular maintenance and are not as long-lasting as composite fencing panels. 

When you choose composite fencing, you’ll be paying a one-off cost for the next 20 years with a 20-year warranty as standard. At Ecoscape, we offer composite fencing from £15.31 per board.


Since joining Ecoscape, Callum has helped to digitise our existing products and revise our documentation for existing products; he has also had a hand in developing new product ranges, and regularly helps specifiers understand and specify our products by providing detailing and technical information support. Prior to joining Ecoscape, Callum had over 5 years experience in the building products manufacturing industry. Callum has an undergraduate Engineering degree, and is currently studying part-time for an MSc in BIM and Digital Built Environments. He enjoys keeping active by hiking and running. He also enjoys playing football, and currently endures watching Manchester United.