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Besides installing fence installation springfield IL, we also offer fence repairs because no matter which material you use, it will require some sort of repairs a few years down the line. Uprooting the whole fence and replacing it with a new one is not the only option. 

Instead, most fencing problems can be fixed by replacing a few planks, tightening a few junctions, or repainting. Here are a few fence repair services we provide in Springfield.

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Fence Screening: If the fence screening is broken or rotten, we can fix it too. We have repaired many fences of the sort, ensuring that you do not have to spend unnecessary money on the entire fence replacement. 

Fence Posts: Like rails, the fence posts also start getting wobbly over time. Sometimes, they may be broken or rotten. Whatever the case may be, we determine the problem and repair a part of the post or the whole post. In some cases, we may have to install a new concrete base to stabilize the fence post. 

Fence Gates: It’s important for your fence gates to close properly. Otherwise, it’s just an easy way for rodents and other pests to get in. Also, your pet or kids might injure themselves on a broken fence gate. We check the current condition of your gate and remove any errant pieces and replace the ones that cannot be salvaged.

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Fence Rails: Over time and due to heavy winds, fence rails may come loose or start pulling apart. While some of them are salvageable – if the joint is not entirely rotten – others have to be replaced or mended. Whatever the need is, our experts diagnose the problems and tend to them immediately. 

Fence Sections: Often, the whole section of a fence might be damaged due to natural and physical factors. In this case, we have to replace that particular section. Furthermore, depending on the extent of the damage, the adjacent planks are sometimes replaced too.

Call us today for fencing repairs!

While professionals can glance at a fence and tell the kind of repairs it needs, homeowners often don’t have an eye for this. That’s why we’ve listed a few signs that your fence needs repair. 

If you notice any of these signs in your fencing springfield il, give us a call: 

  • Bending/Heaving: If you have cement footings for your fence, water will eventually penetrate into it, weakening the base. Owing to this, your fence will start bending to one side or heave with the wind. If there’s a strong wind, the fence may sway and fall completely. Thus, it’s important to address the problem before it gets any worse. 
  • Warping: If the water comes in contact with the dug section of the wood post, the material might start warping. Since wood doesn’t withstand weather conditions as gracefully as other materials, you need to keep an eye out for possible signs of damage. 
  • Pest Infection: Having a pest-infested fence is one of the worse things for homeowners, considering it’s a health risk. For instance, termites love taking residence on your wooden fences. Look for fence swelling, mold odors, spotting, and mildew to determine if there’s a pest attack. 
  • Discoloration: Although it’s not always a sign of damage, it’s better to consider your options before things get worse. Vinyl fences tend to discolor with time due to the buildup of dirt, stains, and debris. If grass also starts growing, it will promote the growth of moss, mildew, algae, and mold. 
  • Puckering: Vinyl fences also experience puckering in case of physical damage – such as a heavy tree branch falling on the rails. 
  • Dents: Dents also point towards disintegration and physical damage. If not taken care of, such fence posts and rails might come apart completely. 
  • Peeling Paint: If the paint starts flaking off, it will give your fence an unfinished look. Apart from affecting your home’s appeal, it will also create a mess since the paint will fall onto your yard. Moreover, unpainted fences allow moisture to directly affect the material, especially wood.