When you are looking at commercial fencing for your business, there are many options from the most basic chain link fence to an imposing and costly brick wall. Each fence comes with its own benefits and drawbacks, so you will need to make sure you pick an option that works well with your needs.
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 install your precast concrete fence. Read More
When you are looking at building a precast concrete perimeter fence, you might be left staring at the quote, wondering what you are paying for and what made your cost skyrocket past your budget. Or you might be wondering what will increase the cost of your perimeter wall before you start designing it.
Here are the five most common cost factors that the manufacturer will consider while putting together your quote.
As a homeowner or business owner, you have a lot of decisions to make about your property. One of the most important ones for many is the type of fence you will use for your security fence.
A security fence protects your home and your family (or your office/warehouse), gives you much-needed privacy and elevates the value of your property. Here’s why a concrete security fence will serve you better than a chain-link fence.
Precast concrete architectural panels and walls have been a quiet revolution within the architectural design world. Many of those new buildings and walls that look like they could be built from stone or bricks could actually be precast concrete.
Why might you look to using precast concrete for your designs? Simply put, they are durable, they look good, and they come at a lower cost – let’s look at the benefits a little closer.
When your precast concrete wall shows up at your house or project site, you may wonder how it’s all made. Maybe you have seen cast-in-place concrete being installed and wonder if it’s the same or a little bit different.
When we create a concrete wall or fence, we put great attention to detail into your project to ensure your fence or wall is created to your specifications.
Here are the steps the manufacturer goes through to create your precast concrete wall.
It’s never a fun moment: you look at your nice precast concrete wall and find ugly graffiti all over it. Even if the sight makes you want to cry, you still need to act fast. The faster you clean it, the easier it is to remove. Here’s the best method for removing graffiti and cleaning your precast concrete walls.
When you are looking to build a precast concrete fence, you might be wondering, “how high should I go?” The answer to that depends somewhat on what purpose the fence will have. If you are looking to block noise from the road or from your neighbors, remember the rule that if you can see the source of the noise, you will be able to hear it too.
American Precast fences can be built anywhere from 1 to 14 feet high. However, there are three other questions you have to answer to find the perfect precast fence height.
No matter who you are, break-ins or intrusions in your home or business can be one of the worst things to happen. It can take months for homeowners to be rid of the discomfort and fear after a break-in. Businesses can suffer significant financial losses from stolen property. One common reaction after a break-in is to tighten up security and prevent it from ever happening again.
Whether you own a home, manage a plant, or run a business, adding precast concrete walls or fences to your property will undoubtedly make it more secure. Here’s why…
If grey isn’t your color, there are many ways you can spice up the looks of your precast concrete wall. The easiest and longest-lasting way is by adding pigment to the concrete as it’s being cast.
But what happens if you get tired of the permanent color and want a change? Repainting your precast walls is a great way to change up the look of your precast concrete walls.
Here’s how to do it…