Using Concrete Walls for Your Garden
While wood is arguably the most commonly used material for fencing, there are many alternatives to choose from.
A concrete slab wall can be a great addition to any garden, providing a sleek minimalistic look, with the added advantage of strength and increased durability. We’ve listed some of the types of concrete wall and their benefits below.
Concrete Slab Walls are an extremely flexible option for a wall, as they can be built to whatever height you require as long as they as used in conjunction with concrete fencing posts. Check our article on garden boundary regulations for more information on the heights your wall can legally be.
Separate garden areas – Concrete walls provide a modern and clear cut way of sectioning off areas of your garden for specific uses. For example, you can implement a low concrete wall to install a tranquil pond area, safely away from the main lawn.
Border – Likewise, concrete walls make a great border/holder for plants. It keeps plants neat and prevents weeds from growing outside of the holder, whilst keeping a clear divide between plants and shrubbery and the garden itself.
Security wall – Larger concrete walls can also be used as a border around your home, providing an added boundary for security.
Maintenance free – Concrete slab walls are extremely durable, and can withstand extreme weather conditions such as wind and rain without damage. The main benefit of this is that after installation, you don’t need to do anything to keep your wall looking great!
Added security – Concrete is one of the strongest materials you could choose for your boundary wall, providing added security from potential intruders. The durable material is much less vulnerable to damage or vandalism than alternative fence types.
Modern finish – Finally, the addition of a concrete wall to your garden can add a great modern, minimalist finish. The clean lines and uniform colour can enhance the look of your home and garden, providing that all-round chic atmosphere you need.View All News »