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When designing and planning the installation of a precast concrete wall, there are a lot of decisions that need to be made. One of them is what support to use for the fence – piers or footings. Here’s more info about piers and when you should use them. Piers Provide Stability When installing a precast...
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precast concrete being used as a residential wall
Precast concrete has many uses thanks to its remarkable properties – durable, eco-friendly, cost-effective, etc. From building bridges to high-rise buildings, precast concrete is becoming more and more common. Let’s go over some of the uses for precast concrete you will see at America Precast Concrete. Walls and Fences  One of the best and most...
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precast concrete fence built by American precast concrete in Pittsburg, California.
At American Precast, we challenge ourselves to reach new heights. On this particular project, we took that challenge literally. In the newly developed area called Alves Ranch, we were commissioned to build a concrete wall around a new development – a 17 ft high wall. One of the tallest walls we have built thus far....
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While precast concrete has been used around the world since 1905, when it was first used in Liverpool, England, it has only recently gained steam in the United States. In 2019, the global precast concrete market was estimated to be $89.3 billion, with an estimated growth rate of 6.3% from 2020 to 2027. The growth...
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When you think of precast concrete, you might think of industrial buildings, prisons, and parking garages. After all, aren’t those the only places where a grey, drab concrete look would be fitting? If this is how you feel about precast concrete, it might be time to take a closer look. Here’s why you should consider...
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If you live in a neighborhood with an HOA, you will have to get approval from them prior to constructing your precast concrete fence. They will need to see the plans and any details you may have about the project. While a good precast concrete contractor will help guide you, you are responsible for getting...
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