Even the most durable and resilient fences are subject to damage and degradation. With a lot of different factors involved, including rain, wind, rotting and even lightning, it stands to reason that your fence may need repairs at least from time to time.
So, what will you do? Will you call in the fence installation Denver pros every time a small repair job is needed? Or maybe you can just fix it yourself using your trusty toolkit and a few hours of free time on a Sunday afternoon.
Before starting, it’s good practice to clean your fences. Whether you have wood, metal or any other types of fences, cleaning is essential, especially if the area was neglected for a long period of time. Make sure you use safety glasses and gloves when working with especially potent cleaning agents.
If you notice some of the posts are loose, you can try reinforcing them with 2 x 4 cleats and large nails. This method works well for wooden fences in particular, and taller fences may also need additional nails in the center section of the posts.
Replacing a damaged rail is also an easy task. You can simply remove it by first unscrewing the boards from the damaged rail, then pry them off the boards. Lastly, make sure you don’t damage the boards, since you might need them after repair the existing rails or in order to replace the old rails with new ones.
Sometimes the best approach is to simply call in the pros. If you feel that the fence repair job is more work than you have time for, contact Metro Fence experts for a job well done. All you will need to do it sit back, relax, and spend time doing something else you are better suited to!