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How Much Does Composite Fencing Cost?

3 April 2024

The cost for composite fencing depends on a number of factors, including the size of your garden, the type of material, any accessories and installation costs in your location. While composite fencing generally has a higher upfront cost compared to timber, it’s important to remember that it will cost almost nothing in maintenance, so you can save money in the long run.


It can also withstand extreme weather conditions, including strong winds, and is resistant to issues like rotting, splitting or decay which you may experience with a timber fence. Below we break down the costs of composite fencing based on materials, accessories and installation.


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What is composite fencing?

Composite fencing is manufactured from plastic composites and reclaimed wood fibres using an extrusion moulding or compression process, which shapes consistent and durable fence panels.


Eurocell’s eco composite fencing is manufactured from 75% recycled materials so it’s ideal if you’re looking for sustainable materials for your home and garden.


It comes in a range of colours so you can choose a natural tone to give you the look of real wood, or grey to create maximum impact. Because it takes the properties of both wood and plastic, it has high tensile strength which means it can withstand strong winds. It’s also moisture-resistant to reduce the risk of issues like mould or decay.


New composite fencing from Eurocell comes with a 20-year guarantee and it has long term cost saving benefits because it’s incredibly low maintenance. You don’t need to stain, seal or paint it as you would a timber fence, saving you both time and money. It’s also easy to install because it can fit into your existing concrete posts.

How much does composite fencing cost?

Eurocell’s composite fence panels start from £12.54 and each panel is 150mm x 21mm x 1.7m with a simple tongue and groove fitting system.


On average, each fence will need 12 panels which works out to £150.48 – but this depends on the height of your fence, because the panels can be fitted with an existing concrete post. If you need a fence post, they are between 2.4m to 2.7m in height, and prices start from £23.52.

Anyone installing the fence onto concrete ground will need steel post mounts which cost £42.67 each.


You may also opt for a range of accessories to finish the look and ensure the longevity of your new fence. The price for a shaped top starts from £34.26, a pack of steel clip and screw costs £4.69, and a bottom rail costs £9.71. You may also need a post cap to secure the top of the fence post, with prices starting from £1.62.

Composite Fencing Panels Price

Composite fencing panels come in four main colour groups – grey, black, natural and brown. You also have the choice of eco fencing, which is manufactured from 75% recycled materials and can be fitted into existing concrete posts.


If you opt for grey, Eurocell’s graphite grey composite eco fence board costs between £22.01-£30.82 depending on the length. Charcoal clarity composite fence board is £22.80 each and grey composite fence board is £12.54.


For a natural or brown eco board, the price ranges between £22.01-£29.63. Walnut clarity composite fence board is £22.80, and black composite fence board is £12.54.

You can also opt for a matching composite gate to finish the look. Prices start from £720, and it can offer you total privacy and security, while looking chic and stylish.

Benefits of Composite Fencing

Composite fencing offers many benefits over traditional fencing. It’s becoming an increasingly popular and sustainable alternative that offers homeowners a low maintenance and strong fence. It can be easily cleaned with household products, and it doesn’t need chemical treatments or frequent replacements.


It’s resistant to fading, and issues like rot, decay, insect damage, splitting, cracking or warping, which timber fences sometimes fall prey to. Composite can also withstand extreme weather conditions and it’s resistant to moisture because of its PVC cap. Best of all, it comes in a range of colours to suit your garden's design.

How Long Does Composite Fencing Last?



Composite fencing can last for over 20 years if you look after it. At Eurocell, we’re so confident in the quality of our composite fencing that we offer a 20-year guarantee on products.


You can take steps to improve the longevity of your fencing. Before installing, handle it with care to prevent any damage to the surface. It’s also important to clean your fence once a year with soap and water, and avoid using harsh chemicals like bleach. Take care not to lean heavy items against it and use a soft bristled brush to wipe away any leaves, dirt or debris.

Explore Eurocell’s range of composite fencing.