DR Horton was originally going to use a standard masonry block wall, but due to the high cost of block fences in the Northwest, they saw RhinoRock as a much more economical option. Also, DR Horton has used Rhinorock on numerous Utah projects in the past. DR Horton’s new subdivision, after build out will be turned over to an HOA, and so they wanted to provide a fence that would give decades of service without maintenance requirements to reduce costs for the future Home Owners Association. Wood fences in Washington and Oregon do not have a very long life cycle due to the large amount of rainfall.
HOA’s and property managers are increasingly looking for other fencing options that perform better in the harsh environment of the Northwest, such as the RhinoRock concrete fence that doesn’t rot or warp. An HOA fence can be a large maintenance issue for traditional wood fences. For more information about a Rhinorock concrete fence visit www.rhinorock.com or call (801) 735-8877.