If your fence has damage, you most likely don’t need to throw the whole fence out. It can almost always be easily repaired rather than replaced. A professional team like ours will have no trouble fixing the wear on your fence but there are a few things you may need to do or want to do to help us out with your repair.
First, make sure the area is easily accessible. Depending on how big your property is, and if it’s surrounded by trees or other structures, it may be a difficult place for our equipment to get to. Consider clearing a path to help us reach your fence easily, therefore making the whole process go smoother.
Another thing to consider is what you would like to be done about the repair. Was the damage storm-related, faulty material, or something else? If it’s something that could occur again, we may want to discuss alternatives to ensure it won’t happen again. If it was a fluke or something you think might not happen again, the fence can be repaired as it was.
Because it is a natural material, wood fences are more likely to be damaged. Wood rot is a common ailment to these types of fences. However, because most fences (not just wood) are usually installed in panels, only one or two of these should need to be replaced rather than the entire fence. This makes repairs quick and easy.
Consider whether you would like to add additional safety measures to your fence to keep it in tip-top shape for the long run. For example, a wood fence will last longer if it’s stained while a chain link will stand strong if it’s vinyl-coated. Depending on your fence style, it can be easy to find ways to strengthen your fence so that you won’t have to worry in the future about constant repair.