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Stackwall, wood, chain link, vinyl or concrete fences Comparison

Stackwall, Wood, Chain link, Concrete or Vinyl Fences – Let’s Compare Fences! So many choices of fences, how do you make the right choice, the right decision. Fences protect, beautify, provide privacy and they are one if not the most important decision you will make in your backyard. Nicole helps to ensure that decision is right for you and your family. So, why choose stock wall? Well, let’s compare it for different types of fences. You’ve got wood, chain link, vinyl and concrete block. Wood is very natural, looks nice, but you do need to treat it every single year. If you’re in a high wind area, chances are sections are going to fall down and we’ve replaced a lot of wood fences. Because of that reason alone you get termites that can go into them. Califo...

Costs of Stackwall Precast Concrete Wall Fence

Costs of Stackwall Precast Concrete Wall Fence Is it expensive to buy and install concrete walls. Find out all about prices here. In terms of pricing, our base prices for Stackwall start about $30 per linear foot. This is just for materials since we’re a natural colored concrete. This is for pretty much any of our designs except for the picket style fences and the very ornate tops. This is for a wall up to 6 feet tall. If you want to integrate color into there, we have five different color options and it’s really not too much more. That goes up to $33 per linear foot. You have an option to do a design on one side of the wall or two sides of the wall. Pricing for that goes between $36 to $39 per linear foot depending on if you want color or not. How does this compare to other ty...

Offer More To Your Customers by Considering Installing Concrete Wall Fences

When deciding on the type of fence to put up on a property, there are several factors that need to be considered before you can make an informed decision. Cost can be one of the main concerns, but more often than not there are other features that can be more important such as maintenance, longevity, ease of installation or replacement, and overall aesthetics. Each of the different construction materials for a fence project has its list of positives and negatives, but for more applications than not, a concrete wall fence comes out on top. Concrete wall fences have the winning combination of cost effectiveness, fast installation, seemingly maintenance free longevity, recycled building materials and appealing facades that are customizable. They also increase the value of the property. Not con...

The Pros and Cons of Wood, Vinyl, Metal or Concrete wall fences. Let’s Compare!

With all of the choices that are available to you when you decide that you need a fence, choosing the correct building material for this fence can seem like an overwhelming task. Fences are necessary to divide property, provide privacy, protect from fires and winds, keep animals out, or even sometimes in. The building materials that are available are immense and each comes with their own unique strengths and weaknesses. Some of the more popular fence building materials include: wood, vinyl, aluminum/metal, chain-link, concrete block and prefab concrete. In addition to all of the other benefits that were mentioned fences can add to the value of your home and increase resale value when you are looking to sell your home. Asking a few questions will allow you to determine which materials would...

Installing a New Fence – Etiquette Tips for Avoiding Neighbor Disputes

Like the saying goes, “Good fences make good neighbors” – but only if both sets of neighbors are thoughtful and kind about placement, design, maintenance and choice of fence materials. Residents can foster neighborly love by following the fence etiquette tips listed below. 1. Research zoning & HOA regulations Every town has slightly different regulations about fencing, but some regulations are fairly common. For example, most American cities limit backyard and side yard fences to a height of six feet, while restricting front yard fences to no more than four feet in height. If you want to build a fence that somehow contradicts your city’s fencing regulations, you can apply to your local zoning board for a variance. For example, if your home faces a particularly busy street and you want ...

Wood Fence replacement – client story

A lot of clients ask me, “I don’t know what design to choose,” or “the height”, and honestly, it depends on your neighborhood. You kind of want to keep it the same style that’s in your neighborhood. Think long term. Are you going to stay in this house for a long time or not? What’s going to sell the best in that particular neighborhood? If you’re in a suburban neighborhood with a lot of picket fences, most likely, it would probably be the best option to get a picket-style fence in front of the house. It’s just more friendly. People kind of walk by and they can chat over the fence. And it looks more aesthetically pleasing than a huge solid wall. On the other hand, if you’re in the city and maybe safety is more of a concern for you,...

Invest In Stackwall Precast Concrete Wall Fences

Why concrete? This video shares reasons why Stackwall precast concrete walls are your best choice! A lot of clients ask me, “I don’t know what design to choose,” or “the height”, and honestly, it depends on your neighborhood. You kind of want to keep it the same style that’s in your neighborhood. Think long term. Are you going to stay in this house for a long time or not? What’s going to sell the best in that particular neighborhood? If you’re in a suburban neighborhood with a lot of picket fences, most likely, it would probably be the best option to get a picket-style fence in front of the house. It’s just more friendly. People kind of walk by and they can chat over the fence. And it looks more aesthetically pleasing than a huge solid ...

Stackwall Precast Concrete Wall Fences Videos

We have created Stackwall videos that explain our process, costs, permits needed, fence comparisons and wholesale opportunities. If you have any particular questions please email us, we’d be happy to answer or assist. Why Concrete – Invest In Stackwall Precast Concrete Wall Fences Find out reasons why Stackwall precast concrete walls are your best choice! Wood Fence replacement to precast concrete wall – client story Here’s a story about one of our clients who wanted to replace a wood fence under specific weather conditions. Precast Concrete Wall Fence Installation Process Curious about installation process of precast concrete walls and what to plan for? This video makes it easy. Costs of Stackwall Precast Concrete Wall Fence Is it expensive to buy and install concr...

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