The sustainable choice


For today’s homeowners, fencing contractors, landscape designers and developers, DuraPost is the responsible choice.
How does the sustainability of DuraPost compare with timber and concrete fence posts?
  • The process of sourcing timber fence posts involves the felling of trees, contributing to deforestation.
  • Concrete is known to have substantial impact on the health of our environment and is extremely difficult to recycle.
DuraPost is made from steel - the most recycled material on the planet, more than all other materials combined.

Endless recyclability 

Its endless recyclability, low energy manufacturing process and long-life span makes DuraPost the number one fence post system for individuals aiming to make a positive impact on the environment.

The amazing metallurgical properties of steel allow it to be recycled continually with no degradation in performance, and from one product to another.

Manufactured in the UK

Reducing your carbon footprint is made easy with DuraPost. With each DuraPost product manufactured and stocked in the UK, transportation miles are cut back significantly, reducing emissions.

"As a property developer, I couldn’t recommend DuraPost highly enough. Its innovative 100% steel design means not only is it strong, it’s recyclable and doesn’t need any maintenance. Eco-friendly and hassle-free"

Braden, Property Developer from Henley


Steel vs Timber vs Concrete

Wondering why DuraPost is more eco-friendly than timber?

  • A fence post built of steel is one less stretch of forest being cut down
  • Timber requires chemicals to preserve wood and fight off insects, harming life
  • Felling of trees releases carbon into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming
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