SIMTEK PVC Fences in Ottawa
SimTek PVC fence delivers exceptional durability and performance. It is a beautiful and rustic product suitable for creating a calm and private outdoor living environment. This unique alternative to classic masonry or wood will enhance your yard.
Manufactured with patented design of rotationally moulded fencing in two bestselling designs: EcoStone and Ashland
EcosStone has a realistic granite-stone appearance that is virtually maintenance free and provides solid privacy and security. Ashland has a realistic wood fence appearance that is virtually maintenance free and provides solid privacy and security.
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WHY CHOOSE SIMTEK?
SimTek’s decorative rock walls have been tested to resist hurricane winds of up to 110 miles per hour and with gusts up to 130 miles per hour. Our fences are made of steel-reinforced polyethylene, which makes them exceptionally tough. They don’t fade and are especially resistant to graffiti.
SimTek Fence’s patented rotationally-molded fence design allows for a genuine granite-stone appearance, dramatic wood texture, and greater performance, revolutionising fence manufacture.
WHY CHOOSE SIMTEK?
SimTek Fence is constructed of a proprietary blend of virgin and recycled polyethylene plastic with galvanised steel reinforcement. Without sacrificing beauty, our fence will endure severe impact or wind stress.
SimTek Fence won’t need to be painted or stained, and it won’t warp, fade, or break. SimTek is resistant to any negative organic process and can tolerate temperatures ranging from -40°C to +60°C.
SimTek PVC Fence: Unmatched Privacy And Security
SimTek Fence delivers unmatched privacy and security for you, your family and your loved ones. So, sit back, unwind, and take in the scenery.
IF YOU’VE GOT QUESTIONS, WE HAVE
SimTek® Fence has reinvented fence manufacturing with its patented design of rotationally-molded fence allowing realistic granite-stone appearance, dramatic wood texture, and superior performance.
SimTek Fence is made with a proprietary blend of virgin and recycled polyethylene plastic and reinforced with galvanized steel. Our fence will withstand significant impact or wind-load without compromising aesthetics.
In terms of material costs, vinyl (PVC) is initially slightly more expensive than wood. In some areas, this difference is becoming quite negligible due to the rising price of wood. Vinyl (PVC) emerges as the actual money saver when all the various cost elements over the lifespan of your fence are considered.
Wood isn’t actually as cost-effective in the long run, as evidenced by factors like the need to replace the fence in 5–15 years, yearly maintenance costs (labour, paint, replacement boards, etc.), the environmental impact of arsenic in treated wood, and the toxic chemicals required to maintain a wood fence.
Some costs, like the costs to you of owning a fence that appears to need repair, are difficult to quantify. The price difference quickly disappears, and vinyl ends up being a sensible and financially savvy investment in the long-term value of your house. You won’t have to worry about painting, nails rusting, boards decaying, or splinters once your vinyl (PVC) fence is installed.
Yes. While labour, concrete, and building supplies all have the same price regardless of the material quality chosen, high-quality materials and workmanship always cost more than inferior ones. Even if a product of poorer quality may be less expensive, the likelihood of future repair and/or replacement costs outweighs any apparent advantages.
No, not always. Even in everyday use, a light system may flex easily. Additionally, a post and rail connection with a weak fastening mechanism may function poorly and cause rails to come loose. The strength and durability of a vinyl fence will be increased by a properly built system with a higher wall thickness and solid rail connection. We fasten using a routed technique, which produces a robust fence with a neat appearance.
No. The PVC Fences that we carry at fencescape has been designed to withstand Canada’s harsh weather. Any barrier will collapse if enough pressure is given to it. However, to ensure the highest impact resistance possible, our profiles are made employing impact modifiers in carefully calibrated quantities.
There are industry-required standard of quality and criteria used to evaluate production processes. The content, colour, and wetness of PVC resin are examined. The temperature and pressure required for molecular fusion are examined during a pre-extrusion inspection on the chemical batches. Extruded profile samples are cut, verified for colour, gloss, radius, and dimension “on line,” and tested for impact resistance, as well as heat and freeze reactions, “off line.”