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HOA that used precast concrete
It’s our opinion that every HOA should use precast concrete. Not only are they easier to install and cheaper in the long run, but they have a lot of other advantages for HOAs. Here are the top four reasons HOAs should use precast concrete. Increased Privacy and Noise Reduction Some would say that good fences...
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brick precast fencing outside of a residential home
You have probably heard that precast concrete can save you money. Where exactly will you see those savings? In this blog article, we will be going over exactly how precast concrete saves you money. Save On the Reuse of Molds and Forms When you pour concrete, you have to create molds and forms to get...
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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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residential precast concrete fence in california
When remodeling your home, there are a lot of decisions to make. Decision fatigue occurs easily. We want to make things easy. Here are five reasons you should choose precast concrete for your next home remodel: #1. Easy to Install We make the Precast concrete in our warehouse, which means most of the dirty work...
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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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Learn about how to get a permit for your precast concrete fence with American Precast Concrete INC.
You have decided to install a precast concrete fence around your home or business. Congratulations, this is an investment you will be enjoying for years to come! Now that you have decided to install a precast concrete fence, you need to move on to the next step – getting the proper permits.  Don’t worry; we...
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two neighbors sharing a drab wooden fence, thinking of switching to precast concrete
Good fencing will go a long way in creating a good neighborly relationship. You want something that will serve you both and tick all the right boxes. Installing a precast concrete shared wall is the way to go. Here’s why. No. 1: It will make your property feel more private. Even if you like your...
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Nosy neighbor peeping over wood fence before neighbors replace it with a tall security precast fence
Our homes should be private oases that we can use to retreat from the world. In a perfect world, we would live in neighborhoods with generous spacing in between houses. In reality, most of us have neighbors that can sometimes feel too close for comfort—interested in some easy ways to increase the privacy of your...
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beautiful precast concrete outside of a home approved by an HOA
Everywhere you look, neighborhoods and the HOAs that run them are turning to precast concrete for their fencing needs. Why do HOAs favor precast concrete? Let’s go over some of the main reasons. No. 1: No Extra or Unnecessary Work HOA’s have a lot to deal with – from resolving conflicts between neighbors to making...
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Precast concrete separating a neighborhood with the street.
Precast concrete is incredibly versatile. Just in case your vision of concrete is limited to sidewalks, let’s go over some of the most common uses for precast concrete.  Parking structures When planning a parking structure, durability, economy, and ease of installation will be on your mind – enter precast concrete. From the columns to the...
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