Fence / Gate Repair
A properly installed fence built with quality materials will typically last for several years. But no matter how strong and sturdy your fence or gate is, it can still get damaged. The most common cause of fence and gate damage is heavy rain and wind. Impacts due to automobile accidents, falling tree branches, animal attacks, and so on can also cause your fence to break or bend. And even when any of these does not occur, fence damage may also happen simply as a result of aging. No matter the cause of damage, it is certain that at some point your fence or gate will eventually need to be repaired. Whether it is a simple fix or a more comprehensive repair, you can call in our team of qualified professionals and request a free inspection for all types of fence.
Common Fence Problems
Your fence should always be in good condition. A damaged fence or gate compromises your security and privacy. There are different types of fencing problems and damages that your fence may suffer. This includes:
Should I Repair Or Replace My Fence?
The truth is that not all cases of fence and gate damage can be repaired. In some cases, it will be simpler and more cost-effective to simply replace the entire fence instead of trying to fix the damages. For instance, if the damage to your fence occurs as a result of a natural disaster leading to extensive damage, you might need to get the fence replaced entirely. Similarly, if the damage has been left to linger too long before repair, it may lead to structural weakness which may require you to change the fence to a new one. Generally, deciding between having your fence repaired or replaced with a new one comes down to an analysis of the costs and benefits of such a decision. If the benefits of a replacement outweigh the potential costs or if you may end up spending more on recurrent repairs, in the long run, you may consider changing your fence rather than patch It temporarily.
Types Of Fence Damage
Damages to your fencing unit can be either long-term or short-term. Short term damages are those type of damages that occur and become obvious within a short time. Damages like this are caused by storms and other natural disasters, a violent impact like toppling trees, utility poles, car accidents, and other factors that cause instant damage to your fence. Long-term damages on the other hand occur due to age, exposure to the elements, and other similar factors. These type of damage are less noticeable and may linger on for several years gradually wearing the fence out until complete collapse occur. Whatever the type and cause of damage, getting it fixed as soon as it is discovered can restore your fence and prevent higher costs later.