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June 2021
precast fence next to beautiful plants
At American Precast, we have both precast fences and precast walls. That statement might have you wondering: what’s the difference? Isn’t a barrier just a barrier, regardless of the name? Well, not quite. There are some key differences. The biggest difference is the width. Precast concrete walls are thicker than precast fences. This makes them...
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two neighbors sharing a drab wooden fence, thinking of switching to precast concrete
Good fencing will go a long way in creating a good neighborly relationship. You want something that will serve you both and tick all the right boxes. Installing a precast concrete shared wall is the way to go. Here’s why. No. 1: It will make your property feel more private. Even if you like your...
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woodcrete as a fence in a residential area
The use of wood fencing started when trees were plentiful and other options – like concrete or metal – weren’t available to us. Now, the price of lumber has skyrocketed, and wood isn’t looking so great anymore. Is wood still the best option for fencing, or are there better options out there? Is it Sustainable?...
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Precast Concrete Fence vs. Vinyl & Composite Fences
There are many options when it comes to fencing, and it can all get a bit confusing. To help you understand your options, let’s go over the differences between precast concrete fencing and another popular option: composite and vinyl fencing. What is Vinyl and Composite Fencing? Composite fencing is made of a combination of recycled...
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