Fence Installation, Fence Removal and Fence Repair:
We install and repair all kinds of residential fencing.
Here at That Good Ole Handyman, we have the skills and experience needed to provide you with professional fence repair and installation. Our fence repair services include straightening of existing fences, replacing rotten or missing boards, reinforcement of corner posts and painting. If your project requires new fencing, we can help you choose the right fence style and material to suit your home and budget. We will prepare the site, remove any old fencing and provide expert fence installation.
Types of Residential Fencing
Residential fencing serves many functions. It defines the border of your property and can improve both the curb appeal and value of your home. Depending on what style you choose, your residential fence can enhance safety and security for your family and pets; a fence can even block unsightly views, and provide privacy and sound dampening in your own backyard.
A decorative fence is often used as a landscaping feature; it can include ornamental elements like lattice, pickets and decorative inserts. For privacy and safety, most homeowners choose either solid wooden fences or fences made from large panels of interlocking vinyl. Residential fences that are designed solely for security purposes are usually made of tamper-resistant chain link metal.
Types of Building Materials Offered
The most common new fencing materials used today include solid pine wood, vinyl and aluminum. While traditional iron fencing is prevalent throughout the area, it’s not often used on new fence builds because of the high cost of both installation and maintenance.
Common Fencing Problems
Over time, fences can develop numerous small problems due to weathering, improper installation and age-related deterioration. Wood fences are particularly vulnerable to rotting, splitting and twisting, especially if the wood has become infested with termites or it hasn’t been regularly painted or stained.
Both wood and vinyl fences are susceptible to problems with the fence posts such as splitting, wobbling or breaks. Fence sections can also require repair; damage caused by pets, impacts from vehicles or rot from vegetation overgrowth are all reasons why you may need to have a section of your wood or vinyl fence replaced.
Another very common problem with all types of residential fencing is sagging gates; over time, your fence gate may sag, preventing it from closing properly. This may be caused by bent hinges, stripped fasteners or misalignment with the adjoining fence.
If you need a new fence installed, or you’d like to have your existing residential fence repaired, we can help. Call or email That Good Ole Handyman today to learn more about our new fence installation and fence repair services.[contact-form-7 id=”2244″ title=”Contact form 1″]