Many homeowners enjoy the way a fence encloses their property while adding design and style to the landscape. Choices for a fence can include a variety of materials but most of the fences purchased are made of cedar or treated wood. The cedar fence is all natural and will last decades and requires no maintenance unless you want to stain or paint the fence. The treated wood fence has been pressure treated and can also last for decades. However, the cut ends of the post in either material can be subject to weather changes, including rain and snow. Water can not only cause the wood to expand and contract but it can create an environment for rotting and water infiltration. This degradation detracts from the appearance and shortens the lifespan of your fence.
The use of fence post caps can solve this problem easily. The addition of attractive fence toppers adds a unique design element to your home as well as providing a practical solution. Our fence post caps are molded with no miter joints, glue or staples to cause split corners, loose staples or glue separation. Many other post caps are made with multiple pieces of wood stapled or glued together. These will separate at the corners easily over time. While there is some maintenance involved in keeping your fence fresh and beautiful, fence post tops greatly reduce the workload. It is helpful to have a professional explain the details of how a fence ages when making the decisions for what type of fence you want to use.
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