General Information

Composite Fence Styles

Privacy, protection, and style are three qualities that attract homeowners to composite fencing systems. Choose from several pre-made styles or fill us in on your custom fence design and we’ll make it a reality.


Available in a range of styles and colors, composite fencing offers the look of wood in a more eco-friendly option. Composite fencing is composed of 50% recycled plastic and 50% recycled wood.

Privacy and Protection

Composite fences beautifully protect homes against intruders and prying eyes, but also offer a level of protection from outside noise and wind.

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Long Term Durability

Because composite fencing systems are manufactured with wood, they are more durable than vinyl fencing, especially when it comes to defending against the hail storms Denver homeowners experience every year.

Featured Projects

Types of Wood Fences

Looking for some fresh ideas for your next fencing project? Check out our featured projects from the gallery below to see what we can do for you!

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When you talk to our experts at Denco Fence Company, we’ll help you compare fence styles, share design ideas, and answer any questions along the way.

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The average life expectancy for a composite fence is 20 years. The fence requires little maintenance during this time.

In extreme temperatures, composite fencing may warp. Denver temperatures usually average above 90 degrees much of the summer.

Composite fencing is more expensive than cedar wood fencing. The price is comparable to redwood, the most expensive of the many wood species.