Why Traditional Building Materials Fall Short
Traditional wood and metal has been a common material used for trailer and truck bed applications, but it can break down over time due to moisture, weather conditions (extreme heat and cold), and is susceptible to rot, mold and insect damage. It can also get very expensive and time-consuming to replace or repair and can splinter and break.. Metal can corrode and rust, so using an environmentally-friendly material that won’t break down will provide a long-lasting solution.
Benefits of Recycled Plastic Lumber
Structural recycled HDPE plastic lumber is a long-lasting building material that won’t rot, splinter or crack. It is resistant to moisture and can withstand extreme heat, cold and moisture without breaking down over time. It is an environmentally-friendly wood-alternative that doesn’t require chemical treatments and is inherently resistant to chemicals, salt, oils, fungus and insects. It secures, drills and cuts like traditional wood and has a limited 50-year warranty. For trailer and truck boards, bump boards and flatbeds, plastic lumber will outlast whatever you’re hauling or Mother Nature can throw at it. It is also a durable solution that could even outlast the vehicle’s lifespan.
Our Products are a Solution, Not a Band-Aid
Our products can withstand year round weather conditions. They can endure the harshest of environments including rain, snow, extreme heat and extreme cold.
Due to our manufacturing process, the color is engineered throughout the entire process so you will never have to worry about painting, staining or sealing our products.
Our products simply don’t need to be chemically-treated like wood does. Our product will never rot, splinter or degrade over time like wood can.
Impervious to Moisture
You can be confident in Bedford products because they can withstand high levels of moisture and are resistant to marine borers and crustaceans.
Protect Your Trucks and Trailers with Long-Lasting Durable Solutions
Contact us today to get started on your next project! We are here to answer any and all questions you may have.