Monolithic is offering unique concrete fencing that is low maintenance, rust proof, never needs painting, is cheaper than post fencing and is fire safe.
Fence sections can run straight or even curved, however, the fences zigzag pattern at the top of this picture is recommended to combat the ever changing soil conditions that are commonplace in Texas.
Here is an angle showing a straight fence section becoming zigzagged to ensure fence stability.
A five-sided corner post allows the fence to pivot and navigate around property lines to completely encompass the property.
This middle section post is divided to show a couple of different fence coloring options. The left half has a lime ingredient included in the mixture that was used to white wash the fence. The right section was left unpainted to reveal the sandy-white colorant used in the original mix. In actuallity, the fence will never require painting and could remain a sandy-white color.
A closer look of a corner post shows different textures that can be achieved while constructing the fence. Plus, a side-by-side comparison of shows the original sandy-white colorant added to the concrete mix contrasted with a painted coat of white-wash on the right.
A closer look at the fence texturing.
A spray-in-place concrete fence adds a beautiful touch to any yard or provides privacy for your home or business. It separates and defines a yard and is a beautiful backdrop for landscaping.
This view demonstrates how thin the layer of concrete fence actually is yet still surrounds the property as if it were a massive wall.
Again, the zigzag pattern appears on the fence line to increase fence stability and ensure its longevity despite ever-changing soil conditions and straight-line winds.
Pre-stamped forms can help create patterns within the concrete fencing during the initial spraying.
A closer look details the pre-stamped forms used to decorate the concrete fence line. While one side of the fence is textured the backside can be smooth.
Sheet metal was used to created an endless symmetrical pattern down one side of this solid concrete fence.
The backside of the corrugated sheet metal fence line shows color options and design treatments along a smooth surface.
A pair of concrete planters enhance the entrance to the main offices of Monolithic Constructors, Inc. in Italy, Texas. The left planter contains a variety of flowers while the planter on the right is a rock garden featuring one stone which is the meaning of the word monolithic.
Custom shaped planters can be installed to elegantly enhance any property.