In last week’s blog we talked about choosing the best border wall, fencing, hardscape, or retaining wall material for your Central Florida home or business. New technology has given way to a better fence, precast concrete. It provides durability, security, privacy, noise reduction, and little to no maintenance, while being most cost effective. Pre-cast concrete is the best solution for permanent fencing in Central Florida.
Hurricane and Fire Resistant
The properties associated with concrete make it fire resistant and able to stand up to strong winds without being damaged.
In an age of information technology, It has become increasingly important nothing interferes with Wi-Fi, radio signals, or internet. Just another benefit of precast concrete, you won’t have to worry about any network interference.
Pre-cast concrete fencing is a solution to many security issues. It can keep intruders out, while keeping children and pets inside. It also cannot be cut, nobody can see through it, video cameras can be added, and it is almost impossible for a car to drive through concrete.
Precast concrete fencing can work both ways when it comes to noise reduction. It can block unwanted noise from an industrial area, highway traffic, or sports arena. It can also reduce the sound coming from a business or facility with a lot of noise.
Growing Demand for Decorative Precast Fences
With a variety of warm colors and textures to choose from, the quality and durable precast concrete never needs refinishing and stays beautiful for years to come. Adjoining properties can also enjoy the benefits with the double sided design feature. It’s no wonder why our precast walls are becoming the preferred choice for commercial, residential, and industrial developments.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the family at Florida Wall Concepts encourages everyone to join us in learning more about breast cancer and support those who are suffering with the disease.
Though we have made great progress in early detection, cancer treatment and finding a cure, we still have a long way to go.