Benefits of Concrete Palisade Fencing

Concrete Palisade Fencing is an ideal solution for homeowners looking to add extra security to their homes. Not only do new concrete fencing and gates increase security, but they add a nice touch of class as well. In addition to fast installation and competitive prices, it also keeps residents secure from both the outside and inside while still protecting them from unwanted outside intrusions. The added security extends beyond keeping your family safe from the" evils" of the outside world; it also keeps them out of harm's way from the many natural elements that can cause damage in the home.

Concrete Palisade Fencing

Concrete Palisade fences are designed to resist many types of natural attacks. For example, they can withstand earthquakes. The material used is sturdy enough to withstand massive weight, so even if your home is hundreds of feet away from the nearest wall, Concrete Palisade Fencing will be able to support it. While many may think that these fences are not attractive, that couldn't be further from the truth. Now that we have begun to notice the beauty of new Concrete Palisade Fencing installations, more property owners are beginning to take notice of the benefits that they offer, too. Whether you're trying to protect your home from the elements, or just trying to make your place look more refined and stylish, these fences can help.

One of the most impressive benefits of Concrete Palisade Fencing is the longevity it offers. This means that it can stand up against the test of time. Because of its strength and durability, you'll find that you don't have to replace it as often as you would with other types of fencing. In fact, after several years, you might even find that you don't need to replace the bolts or any other parts at all! If you live in a particularly cold climate, this is especially important because you do not want to spend your money on heating pipes and ducts whenever the weather turns very cold.

Another huge benefit of Concrete Palisade Fencing is its low maintenance. It is extremely resistant to breaking, cracking, and fraying, and it is also very easy to maintain. Concrete is also extremely flexible, so it does not need to be stretched tightly to accommodate any changes in the size of the yard, so you don't have to deal with ugly concrete pillars either. Even when the sun is beating down on your house, your Concrete Palisade Fencing is going to be holding up just fine.

Perhaps the most impressive benefit of Concrete Palisade Fencing is its extreme durability. You can easily install Concrete Palisade Fencing over just about any surface within your property, including grass, sand, and dirt, and you will not have to worry about it getting damaged by animals or the changing weather. In fact, Concrete Palisade Fencing is so strong that it has the ability to completely protect a building from being destroyed by hurricanes or tornadoes! A concrete palisade fence can withstand extreme weather conditions because it is very dense. In the north and south, a typical Concrete Palisade Fencing will stand up to high winds, hail, rain, and any other type of weather imaginable!

One final advantage to using Concrete Palisade Fencing around your home is the price. Concrete palisade fence panels are incredibly affordable, as they can be constructed for just about any price range. Not only that, but because Concrete Palisade Fencing comes in a variety of different colors, you can easily coordinate it with the style of your house or property, and you can even incorporate natural materials like wood to create some truly beautiful custom fence designs! The bottom line is that Concrete Palisade Fencing is one of the most cost-efficient ways to protect your home, property, and the people in it. This is why it is being used more all over the country!

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Protect Your Fence from Rot

stainsIf you are in an area where the crime rate is not high, and choose to install a wooden fence, there are things you need to do to protect the fence from rot, thus prolonging its life.

Your first priority would be to choose wood that can withstand rot better, and to use a good stain to aid in protecting the wood. Wooden posts that are planted in the ground need to be properly sealed, preferably using pressure treatments, which force chemicals into the wood for added protection.

Make doubly sure that you are buying the correct wood by checking the label on the wood, which should state that it is pressure treated.

It is recommended to stain the wood once a year to keep it protected.
Wooden fencing requires regular cleaning to remove any dirt, leaves or debris that can cause mildew and subsequently rot to form.

There are many different types of wood that can be used, but it is always best to avoid weaker woods such as pine, which is not as resistant to rot, as it will not last, and will therefore need to be replaced. Avoid extra costs by picking a longer lasting wood, such as Cedar, Cypress or Oak as these are harder woods, and more able to withstand the elements, and are far more rot resistant.

Fence stainingThe better you care for your wood, the longer it will last, so it is well worth the time and effort to keep it clean and properly sealed.

In very hot and dry areas, you should keep a good check on your fence to see if it is being affected by dry rot.

Whether dry or wet rot attacks your fence, the best remedy is to replace those sections as soon as possible to avoid the rot from spreading. Dry rot causes flaking and warping, as all the oils are burnt out of the wood by excessive sun, so you need to stain the wood at least once a year.

Wet rot is caused by excessive moisture, and if you live in a high rainfall area, you need to check regularly, and remove any rotting to prevent it spreading and destroying your fence.

Always keep in mind that if your fence is badly affected and needs to be replaced continually, it might be a much better option to erect a concrete wall or fence, as the maintenance is practically non-existent.

Concrete walls and fences can be stained to whichever colour you want during the manufacturing process, and will stay beautiful for many years.

Contact us at Country Wide Walling should you require more information on concrete walls and fences, repairs or the raising of your boundary wall, or if you would like a free quotation.

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Are You Covered

electric fence extentionWith the release of crime statistics in our country, it is obvious that crime has escalated at an alarming rate this past year.

Many people are looking at improving their security in a bid to prevent becoming another crime statistic.

Whether you have concrete or prefab walling, or palisades, you are able to add an electric fence as a further deterrent to would be intruders, and an electric fence has now become a common sight in South Africa.

If you wish to extend the height of your walling or fencing, then adding an electric fence is a very good option, but always ensure that the correct fence is added and that the installation is correctly done.

cctv cameraElectric fences are used to detect, deter and delay an intruder from entering your property illegally, plus a high voltage shock should be enough to discourage anyone attempting to access your property uninvited.  It also allows your back-up security company to respond timeously.

Energizers supply the fence with power and come with batteries so that they operate even when there is a power outage.

The more security you have, the safer you will be.  It is also a good idea to have infrared sensors installed.

It is advisable to install an electric fence on a wall or fence that is not less than 1.5m high as this will prevent injury to animals or children.   The electric fence should also have at least 8 strands of electric wire to discourage any attempts to tamper with it.

Should you wish to install a new wall or fence or to extend an existing one, please feel free to contact us and discuss your requirements with one of our consultants, or request a free quotation today.

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Concrete Fencing

Concrete palisade fencing 002Precast concrete pallisade fencing has change drastically over the last 20 years. It is no longer the big clunky industrial monolith of the past. With the advance in precast walling and moldings, concrete pallisade fencing can take many shapes, forms, and designs. Precast concrete pallisade fencing is a long term fencing solution.

Pros: Durable and long lasting, a high quality concrete pallisade fence can last past 50 years. Revolutionary changes in recent years has allowed the precast concrete fence to enter the residential markets. Precast concrete fences can take lots of abuse, provides high security and privacy value, and require little to no maintenance; thus, saving money down the road. Precast concrete fencing can also adds sound abatement qualities to provide peace of mind at home.

Cons: Up front cost for precast walls tends to be higher than other fences. Furthermore, styles are limited to what manufacturers can offer.

Maintenance: A high quality concrete fence should require little to no maintenance, but always check with manufacturers for exact details. Most manufacturers offer limited lifetime warranty on their products.

To discuss what would be the best option for you or for a free quotation, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

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Best Service Ever

We had our Concrete Palisade Fencing Erected by Country Wide Walling in July 2015. Although our fence was only 235m long, we were still treated as if we were one of their top clients. Service, efficiency and cleanliness were a priority for me, and Country Wide Walling delivered in all these aspects. If you want the best concrete palisade fencing company in the industry, then Country Wide Walling is the right fencing company for your walling projects.

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Direct from factory
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Witpoort Estate,
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East Rand, Gauteng,
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