Concrete Fencing

in Colorado Springs, Denver, and throughout the Colorado Front Range

About Concrete Rail Fencing

Concrete fencing, also known as concrete split rail fencing, is a kind of fence that resembles wood but is actually made of — you guessed it — concrete. It is most often formed in a split rail fashion, so it has a very open, simple, and rugged look. These are made from a precast mold and come with several  different color options, gray being the most popular.

With a concrete fence, you can get all the natural beauty of wood without the rotting, splintering, and warping. Concrete fences are a great option for subdivisions, golf courses, and backyards. This fence style is available in a two or three rail, split rail design.

Installing a concrete fence on a residential or commercial property is a great choice for those looking for an affordable option with long term value.

You can compare fencing types here to find out if a split rail fence is right for you.

Key Features of a Concrete Fence:

      - Affordable
      - High visibility through fence
      - Resistant to rot & insects
      - Low maintenance
      - Long lasting

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you maintain concrete fencing?

Because they are made of reinforced steel and fiber, as opposed to wood, concrete fences are virtually maintenance free. Our only suggestion is to spray it down with a garden hose when it gets dirty.

For more information on fence maintenance, read our free Fence Maintenance Guide.

How much is a concrete fence?

Concrete fencing is higher on the cost spectrum at the time of installation, but due to its lower maintenance requirements and longer life, concrete fencing is actually one of the cheapest lifelong options when compared to other fencing materials.


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How long does concrete fencing last?

Concrete fences can last up to 25 years or more. It is generally considered one of the most long lasting materials for fencing, because concrete and steel are more durable than wood.

Additional Benefits of Concrete Fencing

Because they are not made of wood, concrete fences are resistant to rot and splintering, making them last through decades of different weather exposures; something Colorado is well-known for. Not to mention, when installed as a privacy fence, concrete is naturally one of the most sound-resistant fencing  options to choose from.