As any homeowner can tell you, keeping a residence appealing and functional is a tough job. One of the main things you need to focus on as a homeowner is finding ways to improve and enhance your residence. Having custom fencing installed can help you make your home safer while increasing its curb appeal.
The older the fencing around your home gets, the more wear you will start to notice. Eventually, you will need to replace your fencing. The following are some of the signs you may notice when it is time to get a new fence installed.
If you have trees around your home, then it is only a matter of time before one of them falls and damages your fence. Bad weather events will usually produce winds strong enough to blow a tree down. When this happens, you will probably be better off replacing the fence rather than trying to repair it.
Often times, extensive fencing repairs will cost more than completely replacing this vital part of your home. Working with seasoned professionals will allow you to get a new fence installed in no time at all.
Wooden fences are made up of a series of boards. Each of these boards plays a vital role in the overall structural integrity of your fence. As soon as you start to notice some of the boards on your fence are missing or damaged, you need to act quickly.
The longer you leave these repair issues unattended, the higher the chance will become of a full fence collapse. Getting the fence completely replaced will help you to avoid problems with missing boards in the future.
Are you starting to notice large holes in the wooden boards that make up your fence? Typically, these holes will be caused by pests and wild animals. Some homeowners think that small holes in their wooden fencing are no big deal.
The truth is that a small hole can turn into a big problem if it is not fixed in a timely manner. Instead of waiting until your fence is on the ground, you need to address these wood-related issues by having a new fencing put in.
Cracks and splits in your fence wood is an indication of a weakening in this structure. Shortly after these splits and cracks are discovered, you will probably start to have problems with your fencing falling apart. The only surefire way to fix this type of problem is with a completely new fence.
If you start to notice gray or yellow stains on your fence wood, this is a sign of rot and mold development. Living in an area that receives a lot of rain will create the perfect breeding ground for the development of mold and wood rot. Having a new fence composed of treated lumber installed can help you avoid these same problems in the future.
When the time comes to get a new fence installed, you need to work on finding a reputable and experienced company to determine if you need custom fencing or standard. Having onsite estimates performed can help you figure out which company is the right fit for the job at hand.
Images: Robyn Hogan Home Design. Max Crosby Construction. (See House Tour on Home Bunch).
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