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Precast Installation
While details like what kind of precast concrete fence to build or what color to pick are important, they aren’t the most important. One of the top things to think about when planning your precast concrete fence is the placement. Why is this so important? For starters, getting it wrong could mean moving your fence...
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You have decided to install a precast concrete fence at your property – congratulations! Now, you might be wondering what to do next. One of the most important things to consider is where to put the fence. You will have to know where the property lines are when figuring out where to put your new...
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Neighbors can make or break your experience in a home. For the most part, it’s to our benefit to do what we can to get along with them. Your fence is the one part of your property that you might share with the neighbor, so it makes sense that one of the top disagreements among...
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Many choose to have professional help when installing their precast concrete fences. It can be an intensive project, and the professionals will likely be able to do it quicker and with fewer headaches. However, if you have the basic skills, it’s not impossible to do it on your own. Here is the best way to...
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Anyone who has tried to dig a hole in dry sand at the beach will know that some soil types can be challenging to work with. There are three main types of soil: sandy soil, loamy soil, and clay soil, along with other less common types like soils with gravel, chalk, or silt. Each of...
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At first glance, walls using concrete blocks might seem very similar to precast concrete walls. Both are made by pouring concrete into frames. Both are made with essentially the same concrete mixture. Even the strength is very similar.  So, why would you choose precast concrete over block walls? What are the major differences between the...
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Installing a new concrete fence shouldn’t be a complicated process on the side of the consumer; instead, it should be simple and worry-free. When a precast concrete fence is installed, it is a quick and relatively painless process. Every step from design to installation is taken care of, so the consumer gets exactly what they...
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As a contractor, you likely have a lot of goals with projects, but most of them boil down to making the client happy and making money. Fortunately, using precast concrete for your fencing will help you reach your project goals, which is why most contractors prefer to use it.
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Most HOAs provide the maintenance and upkeep of landscaping and structures in common areas. This will often include fences or walls around the entire neighborhood. These fences protect the buildings and people inside and give much-needed privacy.  Often, these walls are large and built from solid material like concrete or brick. Choosing precast fences in...
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When you are looking at a large-scale project, there are many options for building materials – each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Precast concrete is gaining footing as a desirable option for developers and contractors. The following are 12 reasons you should pick prefab concrete walls for your next project:
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