By Bonnie Owen. Concrete Tools. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 11:45:51 AM.
A footpath can be constructed from rough, pre-cast concrete slabs but these generally are a little dull. A more interesting design can be crafted using molded concrete, with any number of patterns or shapes. Stepping stones are an interesting alternative to the traditional path. When made from uneven stone, a good and usable result can be hard to achieve. Using molded concrete stones instead provides a reliable result that can be stained to look like natural stone, whilst still allowing for an even and walkable finish.
These features, crafted in concrete are available to both the home user and for commercial use with molds from statuarymolds.com. They are especially suited for commercial use because of their durability, with features that are not found on any other commercial mold. The supporting legs are made of metal rather than wood, making them stronger and longer lasting as they wont rot with frequent moisture exposure, and the bolts that close the mold are larger than average. Combined with wing nuts this makes them very easy to open and close.
How much might all this cost? Well it neednt cost you the earth. Concrete fence posts are very cost effective when set against the timber fence post equivalents, particularly when you take into account all the aforementioned advantages that concrete fence posts offer you, I would say they are a gem of a buy when considering new fencing and they will produce a garden fencing to be proud of. If you want any further information visit a local stockist or take one last tip from me. I am aware that AVS Fencing Supplies currently have a special spring 2009 on line promotion on all the fencing materials mentioned in this article.
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