Over time, your fence may become damaged and in need of repair.  There is no need to live with a broken fence because most repairs can be completed quickly and relatively inexpensively.  If your fence has been damaged due to the recent storms, poor installation, or wood rot, having it professionally repaired will improve the appearance and functionality of your fence.

Spring storms have been particularly powerful this year.  Strong winds and falling debris can damage even the most well built fence.  Older fences are especially vulnerable to Mother Nature’s fury.  Weakened by age or rot, fence posts can snap and panels can fall.  Gates may rot out over time and fall apart as well.  Usually, there is only an area or two affected, not the entire fence.  When this happens, a professional fencing company can be used to repair the damaged area, saving the consumer from installing a new fence.

A few rotten planks or damaged panels can be repaired quite easily and is a much more economical choice that replacing the entire fence.  Add stain to new wooden posts so that the repaired area will blend with the rest of the fence.  Cleaning vinyl panels and aluminum or ornamental fencing will make it look like new so that the repaired area will not stand out.  The appearance of your existing fence will only improve with proper repair and care.

Remember that a damaged fence will not function properly.  Your pets and children will no longer be safely contained in your yard.  Unwanted pests can wiggle through broken boards and fallen areas to gain access to your yard.  Plus, a broken fence or gate simply makes your yard and house look sloppy and uncared for.  Make sure your fence is working properly and looks great with professional fence repair services today.

Contact Diversified Fence Builders at (336) 510-5561 for a free fence repair consultation.  Our fencing specialists can repair and replace all kinds of fences.  We service homes and commercial properties in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, and the surrounding areas of NC.