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Out With the Old, and in With the New Old

March 24, 2017

When it comes to concrete fence, people still often synonymize concrete with ‘boring’, ‘dull’, ‘clunky’, ‘ugly’, and the like. If anything else that comes into mind, it would be that concrete is ‘old school’ and ‘outdated’. Well, time has changed, and like everything around us, concrete has also modernized and kept up with the time. It’s time to rethink concrete.

 

What can concrete not do? Concrete can be used with just about any other materials: wood, metal, vinyl, etc. Not only is concrete versatile with other materials, it can also come in different shapes, forms, and sizes. Colors of concrete fence can be dyed, stained, and painted and can even be decorated to your specific need. Manufacturing through precast can have virtually limitless possibility on designs. Even artificial stone designs can be precast on concrete fences (see attached photos).

 

With infinite possibilities of design options, concrete fences can be created to cater to your specific needs!

Despite all the misconception, concrete fence are showing up in our yards. No longer is concrete fence used as a barricade somewhere in an industrial area. It is showing up in the yards of proud homeowners. People are noticing concrete fence as it resonates an admirable home fencing solution. It is signifying permanent residency and it is reflecting on people that are taking pride living in their location.

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