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  • This concrete fence has the look of stacked stone.
  • Stackwall also offers highly ornamental fence designs.
  • Concrete fences look great on both sides.

If you know every word of Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken”, then you’re likely an advocate of going against the grain. You may even envision yourself as a bit of a revolutionary. If this is the case, what are your doing with a traditional wood fence on your property? Some might say that’s pretty ho-hum.

Why not opt for a pre-cast concrete fence system instead? Stackwall Manufacturing is taking the road less traveled when it comes to fencing and many homeowners are finding that it has made all the difference. Here are some reasons why a concrete fence wall is a good option:

  • Fast installation

    The post and panel system requires much less time to install than other fence or wall options. Simply dig holes, install the posts and slide the panels into place.
  • Low-maintenance

    Designed to last a lifetime, a Stackwall fence will withstand the natural elements such as sun, rain, termites, mildew and more.
  • Durable and strong

    Each panel is made with high-grade concrete and reinforced with rebar. The fences have been tested to withstand 105 mph winds.
  • More affordable than stone, brick or wood

    With over 100 designs to choose from, these fences are created to appear like authentic wood, brick, and stone at a fraction of the cost. Color can also be added to the fence panels during the manufacturing process.
  • Better at blocking sound and wind than wood

    The thermal properties of concrete absorb sound and block wind very well. If these are a problem on your property, consider a concrete fence wall.

So if you are looking for a unique fence or wall, something that is far from ho-hum, check out Stackwall Manufacturing a company that successfully goes against the grain.

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