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fires prohibited because there is flammable materials for fencing
One of the biggest threats to your property in a wildfire-prone area is the wood fence around it. In this blog post, we will be discussing how fences can ignite and spread fires – and the ways you can help stop the problem. Fences Lead the Fire Right To Your Home or Barn Imagine for...
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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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woodcrete rails against a ranch with precast material
The most common material for ranch fencing is vinyl or wood. But, despite being common, are wood and vinyl the best options?  In today’s article, we will be discussing the type of material you should choose for your ranch fencing? Spoiler alert: the answer is precast concrete.  Why You Shouldn’t Go with Wood or Vinyl...
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a home on an open property that needs a precast fence
When you have an open property, your needs are different. What do we mean by an open property? We mean land either with nothing built on it or large property on an open field or near a forested area. Here’s are some reasons precast concrete is an excellent investment for your open property. Protect Your...
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When a rancher shows you their budget for the year, fencing will be one of the largest expenses on there. The most iconic look is split ranch rails, and ranchers have used wood fencing, wire fencing, or vinyl fencing to create that. Here’s a comparison to show you why you should go with American Precast...
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In North America, wood fences have been the predominant fence building material for years. The Pilgrims built their first fence in 1622 – a nine-foot-high wood fence spanning a half a mile – and native people had been building wood fences long before that. Wood fences are such a part of our history that the...
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