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Woodcast Concrete Fence vs. Wood Fence

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Fences are used for a variety of reasons, both residentially and commercially. Fencing provides safety for pets, children, and livestock, privacy from neighbors, security for peace of mind, and aesthetic value for residential and commercial property owners. For commercial developers, utility companies, and public works projects, fences are used for a variety of reasons including sound walls, security barriers, and screening walls. Due to recent shortages of fencing materials, deciding what material to use can be a little challenging. Before investing in a fence, property owners need to consider what their property needs. Our team at Hilltop Concrete is here to help you understand the benefits of a WoodCast concrete fence over a traditional wooden fence.

While traditional wood fences are a common fencing option, this does not mean it is the best fencing option for your project. There are some disadvantages to wood fences that our concrete fences simply do not have. Wood fences have a limited life, usually between 5 to 10 years depending on the maintenance. Wood also needs the most maintenance out of the most common types of fencing. Decomposing wood is vulnerable to fungus, dry rot, and termites. Factors like these can cause wood to warp, fade, crack, sag, and deform over time.

Our WoodCast concrete fence is a superior alternative to wooden fences and will significantly outlast a wooden fence because it provides superior benefits that you can only get from a concrete fence. The WoodCast fence is quick and easy to install, is not susceptible to natural elements, termites, rot, fungus, warping, burning, or fading, and requires no maintenance. We are so sure of our fences, we even offer a standard 5-year warranty. The WoodCast style will look newer for longer and will remain as beautiful as the day it was installed years down the line!

Our WoodCast style is a beautiful concrete fence option for any project. While our WoodCast concrete fence is designed to look like a shiplap with patterns on both sides, it is a superior alternative to wooden fences in the same style. We know you have a choice when it comes to selecting your concrete fence contractor, and we look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have to determine if we are the right fit for you and your project. To learn more about our products and services, reach out to us today at hello@hilltopconcreteco.com or call us at 903-630-5465.