Fence repairs are those which aim to tackle minor defects in your fence that do not warrant replacing the entire fence as a whole. Fence repairs are often more affordable and practical for those that are looking to get the most out of their fences without spending high prices to have them looking great at all times. In fact, most fence repairs are actually quite simple and only require localizing the repairs and fixing one section of the fence where the rest of it is not affected.
Rotting Wood Repairs
If you have a wood fence, you know that wood is likely prone to rotting over the years if not taken care of. This comes from disregard to the fence’s maintenance when the wood has been overexposed to moisture and extreme weather. To repair rotting wood or to stop it from spreading to the rest of your lawn, we’ll likely need to remove the wood pickets that have rotted away in the meantime. Removing rotting wood panels or pickets can be done in a day and later replaced with new wooden pickets which are then stained or matched to the rest of your fence.
Broken Fence Repairs
If your fence has become broken, as in there’s a few panels that need replacing or there’s a section of it that your dog keeps tearing at, then we can help by removing the placement and adding a new section that’s more secure and updated. This is typically the case in wood fences with broken panels and sometimes in tubular fences where the posts have bent over time.
Color Maintenance Repairs
Has your fence lost its color or is the paint peeling? If so, then touching up the color of your fence might be the best option. Most of the time, the stain on wood fences has a tendency to fade over time, while paint can chip, peel, or rust on on other surfaces such as vinyl and wood. Most of the time, touching up the paint color on your fences is a quick job that can be done in one day, preferably a dry day when the weather permits. If your wood fence needs a new staining, we’ll have to plan for a a few days to adequately add the stain, allow for drying time, and fix any remaining imperfections.
When your fence undergoes significant damage to its structure, it may seem like a lost cause to try and replace it. This can usually happen after a strong storm that’s torn down some of your fence, dented its infrastructure, or simply caused it to become misshaped and out of place. We’re happy to inform you that fixing your fence is actually much easier than you might think. There’s no reason to throw away all of your fence’s building materials and start over, only because one section is ruined. We utilize the materials as much as possible to create repairs that are fitting and efficient so you have more money in the bank and less worry about a new fence.