Plastic Wood Gates Need No Maintenance
Our Recycled Plastic Gates and Gate Materials do not rot, crack or splinter and last at least 5 times longer than treated wood offering 100% saving on maintenance and replacement costs.
We have a variety of plastic wood gates, tongue and groove boards and recycled gate posts/battens that can be used for double door gates, driveway gates, back gates and even recycled eco fencing.
Improve the security and longevity of your property with recycled plastic fencing and gates - perfect eco-friendly, low carbon building materials.
We no longer supply bespoke made gates but we do supply the materials for you to make your own. Just give our national Sales Manager, Gordon Shorrock, a call on:
Recycled Plastic Gates - trouble free and cheap to maintain
The future has arrived in the form of Maintenance-free Recycled Plastic Gates that are both recycled and recyclable. Now nothing need be wasted anymore.
Kedel recycled plastic gates are made in two types of recycled material.
Recycled plastic wood, which is a dense version of blown, extruded polystyrene foam.
It has the same density and weight as some South American hard woods, and has even been mistaken for wood by some of our customers, as it has quite a close resemblance to the real thing.
It can be made in any RAL colour and appear like any type of wood.
The colour is all the way through and will never need paint or preservative as it will never rot.
The highest UV protection you can get against fading colour is 8 and Kedel's plastic wood is 7-8.
We also make gates in Recycled Mixed Plastic derived from most of what families throw away every day into their recycling bin - plastic milk bottle cartons, plastic bags, buckets, paint trays etc.
In the UK we tend not to sort our plastic very well, so this makes getting bright colours more difficult, so generally our mixed plastic will only be found in black or nut brown colours.
We often combine both types of plastic in our products.
The black double gates above are made from 100 x 18mm recycled plastic wood tongue and groove planks, and these are attached to the walls at each side via 100 x 100mm recycled mixed plastic posts. The overlap is a 120 x 20 Plastic wood profile.
We also combine both in some of our school outdoor play and learn furniture and multicoloured picnic tables and benches which have plastic wood tops which we can make in those very bright colours often preferred by school children.
You will almost certainly never need to pay them much attention. Once installed they are good for all times.