Fence repairs are available for all kinds of fence damages that you may have. Whether you’ve got rotting wood, bent chains, or broken panels, we can easily help restore your fence to its original glory and bring it back up to the beautiful condition that you remember it in. Often times, our fence repairs are also cheaper than standard re-installations or replacements, since most of our repairs can be done on a localized manner and without having to adjust or replace the whole fence entirely.
Rotting wood is common amongst outdoor fences, especially if the initial type of wood that was used was poorly installed or not treated. By treating wood with sealants and other chemicals, you can easily prevent the wood from naturally rotting when exposed to moisture or temperature changes. If you already have existing wood that’s rotting, we’ll have to replace the panels or pickets that are deteriorating and install new wooden panels. These new panels can also be stained to match the rest of your fence for a cohesive appearance.
Bent chains, as part of your chain link fence, can easily happen due to extreme weather conditions or even blunt force being applied to the chains themselves. Since the crosshatched chains of chain link fences are of a thinner metal, they can easily bend and gradually fall out of shape. When this happens, we can assist in bending them back into place so that your fence looks new and even. Bent chains don’t often need to be replaced unless the metal itself is rusting. Most chain link fences can be bent straight again, but if we need to clip them and replace the interiors, we can also do so.
Broken panels in your fence can occur when you have a wooden fence or a vinyl one. If and when your panels become cracked or completely broken, it’s best to have them repaired instantly to avoid part of your fence collapsing due to lacking weight and support. We help repair broken panels using localized methods that replace the panel (if severely damaged) or seal it back together if it’s only a minor one. Broken panels don’t have to mean investing in a new fence, as these can often be the result of severe weather or excessive force on one side or part of your fence.
If your fence is made from wrought iron, steel, or other forms of metal, then it could eventually be prone to some minor rusting. Rust occurs on metal when excessive amounts of moisture are retained on the surface of metal and essentially cause it to deteriorate from the inside out. To avoid having metal that is non-replacement, you’ll need to have rust addressed early on before it spread and worsens. Most rust can be removed easily on heavier metals, such as wrought iron, but it can spread through thinner metals quicker, such as those used for chain link fences. This means that regular maintenance is the key to lasting metal fences to prevent and tackle rust. We also offer privacy fence installation service.