Welcome to Texas State Fence & OUtdoor Living: University Park Outdoor Kitchens
No matter what your University Park outdoor kitchen, concrete, patio or fencing needs are, Texas State Fence & Outdoor Living is known for providing our customers with high-end outdoor kitchens, fence gates and patios at affordable prices. From driveway gates, iron gates, and wood fences to retaining walls & stone patios, we are dedicated to adding style and value to your Texas home.
Texas State Fence & Outdoor Living: University Park Fence Company
Here at Texas State Fence & Outdoor Living, we specialize in providing outdoor living projects including University Park outdoor kitchens, stone patios, arbors, fences and concrete work. As a professional University Park fence company and outdoor living specialist, we have provided more than 1100 fence and outdoor living projects throughout Texas. No matter what you have in mind for outdoor living space in University Park, we are here to help.
University Park Decorative Concrete
Our professional University Park decorative concrete experts always puts customer satisfaction first and always complete our projects on time, within budget and with the highest quality materials available. If you want to turn your outdoor space in University Park into your own personal oasis, contact us today and schedule your free consultation. We offer custom designed outdoor kitchens, patios, fences, pergolas, gates and concrete work.
University Park Retaining Walls
Retaining Walls can be built from a variety of materials; masonry, stone, brick, concrete, steel, timber and more. Site conditions can often dictate that a retaining wall is required, whether it be to allow the construction of steps or level areas. Retaining walls date back as far as ancient Rome and since then there have been many different types of systems and products developed.
Gravity walls use their weight to resist the pressure from the earth behind them. This type of wall is limited in height due to its nature. Typical materials would be stone or blocks, the weight and friction of the units is enough to ensure that they resist the pressure from behind the wall. The wall will often be slanted backwards with the thickness of the wall being greater at the bottom; this improves the performance of the wall.