Precast concrete has become the most popular fencing and retaining wall choices throughout Florida when it comes to HOA’s, communities, and businesses. Its durability, aesthetics, little maintenance, and affordability, make it an excellent choice for retaining walls, privacy, security and perimeter fencing.
Precast concrete is a very durable material, it is not affected by Florida’s harsh climate, termites, or fire, it also doesn’t rust, rot or corrode. Unlike chain link or wood fences, pre-cast concrete doesn’t need painting or maintenance.
Though concrete was once thought of as boring and maybe even ugly, not any more! Precast concrete comes in a myriad of designs and colors. They also come in different sizes, perfect for your next landscaping project.
There are many natural stone looks such as Cobblestone, Ledgestone, Durango, and Stucco. Often used for gated community enclosures, elegant perimeter applications and for hiding garbage bins or air conditioning units.
Whether it’s your home or business, it can be a prime target for would be robbers. Studies show a solid concrete fence can deter potential thieves, making them think twice before entering your property. Pre-cast concrete is also an excellent choose in keeping children and family pets safe and secure. They can also support features such as security camera and lighting.
Pre-cast Concrete vs Brick and Stone
Though brick or stone may match your architectural style, both are labor intensive, laying each one by hand. Since there is so much rain and humidity in Central Florida, they need to be periodically treated, so all the moisture doesn’t harm the fence.
Verti-Crete advanced technology creates a fence more durable than brick and natural stone. Since there isn’t any mortar with pre-cast concrete, water, dirt and insects cannot make their way into the joints, disturbing the bonding process.
Today’s advanced vertical mold technology allows precast concrete to have the same look as brick and stone. They can match the existing architectural look with the design on both sides, but you don’t have to worry about bricks cracking, structural problems, maintenance or a high price tag.