Friday, November 1, 2013

NJ Fence Installation

Recycling has become a big part of the American lifestyle. Patrick Kellie's business, Now Waste Not Technologies, is making a business out of old milk jugs. The company is turning the old milk jugs into fences that are 100% recycled, except for the dye. The milk jugs are purchased from local recycling centers and are made to look wooden. One section of fencing with two posts and two slats contains about 700 milk jugs. These fences will not rot, corrode or become discolored, making them extremely low maintenance.
These fences may not be available near you soon, but there are other options if you are looking for fences. PVC fences will provide you with the same low-maintenance that the recycled fences would. They deter weather corrosion, pest infestation and can easily be painted. PVC fences are sturdier though if you are looking to enclose your yard to protect your animals or children. Installing a PVC fence can also add to your properties resale value.
Fence installation in NJ is something that needs to be done with care due to the states strict zoning laws and regulations. It is important that you hire a company that understands these guidelines or else it may end up costing you in fines. Challenger Fence Inc has been providing quality fence installations in NJ for over a decade.

Challenger Fence Inc.
53 Kentucky Avenue
Paterson, NJ 07503
(973) 772-2593

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