SimTek Fence Installations
Colors Available: Beige, Brown, Dark Brown, Gray, Black, Desert & Red Cedar
We offer ECOSTONE® and ASHLAND® SimTek fences. ECOSTONE® fences provide total privacy and security, also have a granite-stone appearance that is maintenance-free. ASHLAND® fences also provide the same privacy and security, but have a wood appearance.
What is a SimTek Fence?
SimTek fences are super durable fences made through a patented process that go above and beyond what is expected of a fence. Are you tired of the maintenance that comes along with wooden fences, or the fragility of vinyl fences? Maybe you want something strong like a rock wall, but you can’t afford it. If this is the question, then a SimTek fence installation is your answer! SimTek fences are a beautiful alternative to vinyl and privacy fences. They’re maintenance free and they come with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty. SimTek can have the look of stone or wood without the price or hassle. Our Orlando SimTek fence crew will professionally install a SimTek fence on your property so you never have to worry about fence maintenance or stability every again. Be prepared for the onslaught of compliments as well – these fences are gorgeous!
Benefits of Getting a SimTek Fence Installed
SimTek fences are created through a patented rotational molded process, as well as with a proprietary Linear Low Density Polyethylene. This ensures a superior performance. These fences don’t just function well – they look incredible, and you never have to worry about them breaking down or requiring maintenance. Each post and panel of SimTek is reinforced with galvanized steel – now that’s durability! SimTek fences are constructed to withstand up to 110 mph of sustained winds and up to 130 mph wind gusts. These fences are great as a sound barrier. Did you know that they can block ninety-eight percent of direct sound? You can finally say goodnight to your neighbor’s Saturday night barbecue racket! Extreme temperatures are no match for SimTek – these fences can withstand temperatures of negative 40 degrees Fahrenheit to over 140 degrees Fahrenheit.