It’s no secret that engineers love precast concrete for their projects. Engineers all over the world have been using precast concrete for decades. Here are the top 5 reasons why most engineers go with precast concrete. 1. Precast Concrete Makes the Engineer’s Job Simpler Precast concrete takes out a lot of the extra complications of...
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woodcrete rails in los angeles
Have you ever heard double rails and triple rails when talking to someone about your fence? If you felt lost during that conversation, we hope to shed some light on the matter. In this blog post, we will be discussing double and triple rails. What are they? What’s the difference? When should you use one...
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Multi level retaining wall with plants in backyard
Frequently, during a project, an engineer will recommend building a retaining wall. What is a retaining wall? Why might you need one? How are they built? These are all questions we will answer in this blog post. Retaining Wall 101 A retaining wall is a wall that holds back something – it retains something. That...
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Does Your Commercial Build Need a Security Fence?
A commercial building requires many extra things you wouldn’t necessarily need with a home build. One of which is a security fence. In this blog, we will be telling you all of the reasons your commercial build needs a security fence. Why Should Your Budget Include a Security Fence? We get it. Your budget might...
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Rotten timber fencing forming boundary to farmland caused by fungal decay with shallow depth of field
Wood, vinyl, metal, and concrete: which of these is most likely to rot? The answer is pretty clear: wood. Here is a bit more about wood rot, what to look for, and how to protect against rot. Wet Rot, Dry Rot, and White Rot Wet rot is the appearance of a fungal species, typically C....
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american precast fixing a damaged post for precast concrete rails
Precast concrete is designed to handle what life can throw at it. But sometimes big accidents do happen. When a whole tree falls down on the fence or when a car crashes into the fence, you might need to replace a post or a panel. Here are the steps we would go through when replacing...
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precast concrete in a residential backyard
You just decided to upgrade your house by installing a precast concrete fence and you want to make sure you do everything the right way. One question we see a lot is “Do I need liability insurance”? The short answer is no, as the customer you don’t need liability insurance. As the installer, we do....
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precast concrete against the metal wall
Have you gotten excited about installing a precast concrete fence, only to have your hopes dashed when you talk with your neighbor about the idea? Is the neighbor of your business or home set on keeping their wood, metal, or vinyl fence?  This isn’t a fun situation, and you really only have two options. One,...
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precast concrete posts in a residential area
There are several options when installing support posts. The main options are wood, cast-in-place concrete, and precast concrete. We highly recommend going with precast concrete posts. One of the biggest reasons is longevity. Precast concrete lasts much longer than the other options.  In this blog post, you will find out how long you can expect...
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precast concrete wall outside of a residential home
There are so many advantages to precast concrete. Since everything has a downside, there are a few disadvantages. We want you to feel confident about your decision to choose precast concrete. Here are five disadvantages to precast concrete. Higher Upfront Costs Compared to wood, metal, or vinyl fences, precast concrete does have a higher upfront...
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