Architectual precast concrete project
Architects are a bit like artists. They have to consider the practical side of designing a building, but they also get to play with form, textures, and light.  Some of the recent architectural marvels look physically impossible. Architects are always looking to push the boundaries of what is possible. In the pursuit of the impossible,...
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Construction workers pouring concrete for precast concrete
When you get a quote from a precast concrete company, you might be tempted to try to do the job yourself. After all, how hard could it be? We don’t recommend DIY precast concrete. Here’s why you shouldn’t attempt pouring your own precast concrete. 1. It will probably end up costing you – in more...
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Neighborhood with lots of noise pollution looking for precast fences
When relaxing in your home or backyard, the last thing you want to hear is cars rushing on nearby roads. Unfortunately, for many of us, we cannot move or get rid of cars. So, what can you do to make your home the peaceful place it should be? Here are the top three ways to...
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construction workers installing precast concrete for a commercial project
Precast concrete fencing may be a big part of the precast concrete industry, but it certainly isn’t the only part. Precast concrete has all sorts of uses. Here are 10 reasons why you should use precast concrete for your next construction project. 1. Designed to Handle Heavy Loads Precast concrete performs better than traditional concrete....
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Thuya trees planted near a precast concrete fence
Often when our clients are installing their precast concrete fence, they are also getting started on the landscaping. This brings up a common question. Can you plant trees near your precast fence? Yes, you can! You just need to be mindful of where you are planting and the type of tree you are planting. Read...
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HOA approved residential precast fence
If you have an HOA, getting them to approve your ideas can sometimes be tricky. You know that installing a precast concrete fence will be a benefit to the neighborhood. Now you need to convince the HOA. We want to help! Here are three tips to get your HOA to approve your precast fence.  Do...
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gate attached to a precast concrete fence
Are you 90% sure you want to install a precast concrete fence but have just a few more questions? If yes, one of them might be: Can you install a gate with a precast concrete fence? The short answer is yes! In fact, we often install gates for our clients. Here’s more about it and...
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Privacy precast concrete wall for a business in the shopping center
As a business owner, you often don’t have room for mistakes. You need to make the right decision the first time. When it comes to designing a privacy wall for your business, you should pick precast concrete. Here’s why. 1. Safe and Secure Unlike homes, your business needs a privacy fence that also serves as...
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precast concrete installation process
When designing and planning the installation of a precast concrete wall, there are a lot of decisions that need to be made. One of them is what support to use for the fence – piers or footings. Here’s more info about piers and when you should use them. Piers Provide Stability When installing a precast...
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precast concrete slabs ready to be installed outside of someone's home
When you are planning to put a lot of money into a house or business project, you want it to pay off in the long run. If you sell the property, you don’t want that project to decrease the amount you get for the property. Is precast concrete worth the cost? Absolutely. Let’s look at...
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