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precast concrete with an open fence in a neighborhood
If you are like most people, you want to make changes, like new fencing, to your house that are good for the planet. But, at the same time, you want those changes to look good. You can create a fence that matches your style and is sustainable. Here are some of our top suggestions for...
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precast concrete fence with extra durability at the bottom
Precast concrete fences are an excellent choice for those looking to add a durable and attractive fence to their property. They are relatively inexpensive, and the materials used in production make them very resistant to damage. Just how durable are they? In this article, we will be answering that question and giving you some ways...
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Man measuring and digging a hole in the ground with shovel
There are many reasons why you might want to calculate the linear footage of your precast concrete fence. Maybe you are preparing for the installation of the precast concrete fence, or you could be finding the linear footage of an existing fence for alterations.  Whatever the case, in the blog post, you will learn more...
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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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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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Rotten timber fencing forming boundary to farmland caused by fungal decay with shallow depth of field
Wood, vinyl, metal, and concrete: which of these is most likely to rot? The answer is pretty clear: wood. Here is a bit more about wood rot, what to look for, and how to protect against rot. Wet Rot, Dry Rot, and White Rot Wet rot is the appearance of a fungal species, typically C....
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american precast fixing a damaged post for precast concrete rails
Precast concrete is designed to handle what life can throw at it. But sometimes big accidents do happen. When a whole tree falls down on the fence or when a car crashes into the fence, you might need to replace a post or a panel. Here are the steps we would go through when replacing...
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precast concrete in a residential backyard
You just decided to upgrade your house by installing a precast concrete fence and you want to make sure you do everything the right way. One question we see a lot is “Do I need liability insurance”? The short answer is no, as the customer you don’t need liability insurance. As the installer, we do....
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precast concrete posts in a residential area
There are several options when installing support posts. The main options are wood, cast-in-place concrete, and precast concrete. We highly recommend going with precast concrete posts. One of the biggest reasons is longevity. Precast concrete lasts much longer than the other options.  In this blog post, you will find out how long you can expect...
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