Hilltop Concrete is a premier concrete fence contractor in Dallas and we are proud to serve the City of Dallas by providing full-turnkey concrete fencing solutions to all of our customers in this area. Dallas is our home away from home and is one of our largest service areas for new installs. Our concrete fences have been used all over Dallas for a number of applications, including fencing, sound barriers, property dividers, perimeter walls, and screening walls. We have helped protect neighborhoods, multifamily developments and even work to protect Dallas’s greatest assets like utilities, public works, and large-scale commercial projects. When you’re looking for a concrete fence contractor in Dallas, make sure Hilltop Concrete is your first call.
The City of Dallas has a number of requirements that must be met before you are allowed to install a fence on your property. These requirements set the standard for what materials can be used, how tall your fence can and cannot be, allowing access to emergency services, and places of specific importance. If you do not carefully follow the regulations and guidelines set, the fence may have to come down and you could end up with a fine. When reviewing the guidelines for obtaining a fence permit, can be confusing and sometimes overwhelming. Rest assured, obtaining and securing a fence permit in the City of Dallas may be easier than you think and Hilltop Concrete will always help our customers secure the permit they need.
Each of our projects presents its own set of unique challenges. Texas has extremely diverse soil conditions depending on the location. This requires all of our team members to adapt to each project and put into play unique techniques to suit each project, especially when dealing with soil conditions. Clay soil is extremely strong, however, it is very dense and can be extremely difficult to work in. Digging in clay soil, especially during the dry months can feel like you are digging into solid concrete. Blackland prairie is one of the most common types of clay soil we experience in Dallas. This type of soil is commonly referred to as “black gumbo” and is prone to shrinking and expansion as it gets wet and dries out and will result in the fence line shifting if consideration is not taken into consideration. Even with proper installation, the fence line may still experience slight shifting over time due to the natural characteristics of this soil, however, the surrounding compaction is high and the integrity of concrete fencing is undeniable!
When you are ready to install a concrete fence, call a contractor that you can rely on to come equipped with the experience needed to successfully complete your project. From our office staff to each member of our crews, we continuously adjust and make improvements to our time-tested methods to make sure we bring the absolute best to each of our projects. Reach out to us today by phone at 903-630-5465, by email at email@example.com. You can also visit our website at www.hilltopconcreteco.com to learn more about our company, our products, and our installations. We're the right company for real people!