Protecting Your Fence Posts, and the Environment

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A large part of what makes fences a pleasant sight is the state of the environment surrounding it. Along with saving fence posts from harmful and indecorous gashes and gouges, we at Fence Armor are also dedicated to preserving our beautiful Earth. Other products meant to prevent grass trimmer damage often involve non-recyclable plastics, or even herbicides. That’s why Fence Armor is made of galvanized steel, bar none, one of the most recyclable materials in the world. It’s even packaged in recyclable cardboard boxes and paper packaging!

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The material in a typical order of Fence Armor. We are proud to be using 100% recyclable material.

At Fence Armor, we’re very mindful of the impact fencing has on the renewable forestry industry, and are making strides to save our trees. The cost of replacing a fence is devastating enough, but it’s out of the frying pan and into the fire when you consider the environmental impact! Fence Armor is designed to prolong the life of your fences and other structures so you can save money and the environment. Every 16 protected fence posts save one tree that would otherwise be cut down to produce replacements!

An Infographic showing how sixteen fence posts protected by fence armor save one tree
It may not seem like much, but consider the impact of a large, rural-area fence using Fence Armor!

As a bonus, if you’re tired of weed trimmer fissures affecting your trees, Fence Armor for round fence posts can be used to prevent damage there as well!

Always on guard for the environment, Fence Armor is the best defence for your fence.

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