Getting an entire fence installed around your front or backyard can be a fantastic way to gain extra privacy and add value to your home, but it does come with some unique challenges. With all the choices in heights, materials, and care, you may be overwhelmed by what your first steps to a new fence should be.
In order for you to have a positive experience working with a fence installation company, you'll want to take the time to ask several questions to ensure that the installation will go smoothly.
A fence withstands a great deal of weather exposure, and over time can sag and break down due to general wear and tear. When this happens, it may be necessary to replace the entire fence. However, if a single fence post is leaning, you can fix it yourself instead of tearing down the whole fence. Be sure to do it as soon as possible, as a leaning fence post can damage the rest of the fence, which can result in more expenses and more work.