Fences are simply structures that have been around for centuries. These decorative elements can also be functional; used from everything from land marking to protection to animal corralling. Fences are generally easy to install, but can be time consuming based on the material being used and the length of fence that is needed. And, while most people think once a fence is up, it can just be forgotten about and still function, that isn’t true. Fences will, inevitably, need repair and, when that happens, we can be the ones to fix them!
Wood Fence Repair
Wood fences are the most popular type of fence that we install and repair these days. These fences are beautiful to look at, sustainable and they weather most conditions very well. While these fences may be cheaper upfront, they can lead to higher cost in the future as, even when they’re treated, wood doesn’t hold up quite as well as metal or vinyl. Because of this, when your wooden fence loses a plank or starts to take a beating, it may be time to fix it. Give us a call and let us help.
Metal Fence Repair
Metal fences hold up the best against inclement weather and all manner of abuse. Because metal is a sterling material, it can resist almost anything that is thrown at it. Metal fencing is a great choice because it’s easy to install and cost effective. But even metal can start to wear if you have it long enough. If holes begin to form in your chain link or caps go missing from your posts, we can help you out. We know all the ways to ensure that your metal fence can be repaired to a like-new state.
Vinyl Fence Repair
Vinyl fencing is a great choice as it is fairly resilient against almost all weather conditions and doesn’t wear easily. These fencing systems are typically more costly than wood fencing, if spread out over a large area, but they hole up better. However, even vinyl can eventually begin to dirty and break down. If you have a particularly stormy season, this fencing type may have been hit by branches or something else, and that leaves a need for repair. Luckily, we can offer you the repair you need, negative the need for you to have to install an entirely new fence.
Part of good fence repair and, actually, the first step in the repair process is to always inspect your fencing. Inspection should be done on a semi-regular basis and doesn’t require much work beyond walk the fence perimeter and observing any wearing, weakening, chipping or staining that may be starting to occur. With proper inspection, costly repairs can be mitigated. As soon as it looks like you need a repair done, give us a call. If we can get ahead of a bigger problem, with a simple repair, we could have your fence up and looking new in no time.