Concrete Fence: The Strong and Eco-Friendly Way to Protect Your Space.
Securing Properties Since 1997.
For over 20 years, StackWall has been providing commercial and residential properties with stylish, high-quality, eco-friendly decorative precast concrete fencing. Whether you’re a property owner or developer looking to add style and durability to your premises, StackWall provides a high-grade concrete fence that will withstand the elements for years to come.
Benefits of Our Precast Concrete Fence Panels
100% Rebar-enforced Concrete
More Affordable than Stone, Brick, or Wood Barriers
Enhances Curb Appeal & Property Value
Engineered to Withstand Winds Up to 105 mph
Resilient in all Climates
Mold, Rust, and Termite-proof
Better than Vinyl and Wood & More Cost-effective than Block Wall
Our precast concrete fences are more durable and eco-friendly when compared to plastic vinyl fencing. Vinyl fencing is comparable in pricing, but in extreme temperatures, vinyl oxidizes and becomes discolored, warped, and brittle. Wood fencing can be extremely vulnerable to termites, while weather and climate extremes can cause warping; it also needs continuous maintenance. For those looking for a weather-, climate-, and termite-proof fencing alternative, look no further than StackWall and our concrete walls!
Over 100 Fence and Wall Designs
StackWalls are incredibly customizable and versatile. Customize your concrete fence from our library of over 100 fence and wall designs and colors so you can create the perfect fence panels to secure your property. Each fence has a variety of height options available, ranging between 2 feet and 10 feet depending on your needs, allowing you the opportunity to mix and match different designs and fencing panel sizes. In fact, each panel weighs about 170lbs and has reinforced rebar frames, giving these beautiful cement fences the ability to withstand all weather conditions.
Fences serve many purposes. They can demarcate property lines to show where your land ends.
The wall is a basic foundation of architecture, but it also functions as the background
As the saying goes, “good fences make good neighbors” – but only if both sets