Fence Installation & Repairs
Wooden, Vinyl, Brick, Metal, Block, Picket
All good fences need periodic maintenance to keep them functioning properly and looking their best. When faced with damage, the first decision is whether to repair or replace. Armed with the tips shown in this guide, you can make a fence as good as new with minimal need to replace sections.
Begin by removing any parts that get in the way of the repair. You can either remove the fencing with a pry bar or cut out the damaged section with a handsaw. When repairing a post, remove the fencing and rails connected to it. Once the repair is complete, use new nails when replacing fencing and rails.
This guide highlights repair and maintenance projects to tackle that will keep your fence looking good and functioning properly, including cleaning your fence, repairing buried rot, fixing posts that lean, making repairs to a chain-link fence and more.
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