Fence Repair Carrollton TX
Wooden fences are both beautiful and durable, but they often require more repairs than other types of fences. This is not only due to their material but also because they are a popular choice for residential fencing. Over time, posts may lean, fences might sag, and gates can rot. These issues can occur in any part of a wooden fence. Our company not only installs new fences but also repairs existing ones.
In Texas, we occasionally experience powerful storms, which can damage fences. If an entire section of your fence is leaning and it's not too old, we may be able to extend its life by another ten years. For gates that need repair or replacement, we usually recommend replacing them with steel poles and frames, ensuring a long-lasting and smoothly functioning gate.
Are you tired of dragging your gate across the ground? We can help with that too. Whatever your fence repair needs are, we're happy to evaluate any project you have in mind and provide a free quote. We look forward to hearing from you.
REGULAR FENCE MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
Performing regular maintenance and repairs on your wooden fence can prolong its life and maintain its appearance and functionality. Here are some benefits of regular fence repairs:
- Prevent decay and rot: By fixing damaged or rotting boards, you can prevent further decay, saving the cost of replacing the entire fence.
- Maintain structural integrity: Regular repairs help keep the fence stable and prevent it from falling over.
- Enhance appearance: A well-maintained fence looks better and improves your property's overall aesthetic.
- Improve security: A fence in good repair offers better privacy and security for your property.
- Save money: Regular repairs can prevent costlier repairs or replacements later on.
- Increase property value: A well-maintained fence can boost your property's value and appeal to potential buyers.
REPAIRING AN OLD FENCE Old fences can be repaired, depending on the extent of the damage and the wood's condition. If the fence is made of pressure-treated wood and the damage is limited, replacing a few boards and making necessary repairs can be cost-effective. However, if the fence is made of untreated wood or has extensive damage, it may be more practical to replace it entirely. Assess the fence's condition, checking for rot, decay, and structural damage, before deciding on the best course of action. If the fence has been neglected for a long time, it might be best to replace it. In any case, consulting a professional fence contractor is always a wise decision to determine the best approach for your specific fence.