Although fences tend to last for many years they sadly don’t last forever. Your fence will usually give you some tell-tale signs to look out for when it’s time to replace it.
If you use your fence as a security feature for your home or business premises, a broken or damaged fence can compromise its ability to provide that extra layer of security it is needed for. If your fence can’t be repaired, you might have to consider a replacement, so it is fit for the purchase again.
Damaged Fence Posts
The posts of a fence provide the framework and stability that is needed to remain upright. Should your posts start to fall it might be time to replace your whole fence. Once a fences’ stability is compromised it will become a safety hazard and no longer service its purpose.
Mother nature has a habit of throwing curve balls, and sometimes your fence might feel the brunt of it. Should tree roots grow under a fence, your perfectly good fencing could be damaged from the very foundations. Whilst you can’t always prepare for environmental changes, Aaurora Fencing will always consult with you on any potential environmental changes they might identify during a quote.
A Leaning Fence
A fence that is leaning simply cannot be repaired, there is an evident issue with the structure of the fence in its foundations. A leaning fence means you should be leaning towards a replacement fence.
Whilst fence repairs can extend the life of your fence, you might find that replacing posts and panels over time will leave you with a rather mismatched looking fence.
You might be surprised at how much a new fence can enhance the look and value of your home.
Call the Fencing Experts
Fences generally have a very long lifespan, however once they begin to degrade, they really should be replaced as they are a core component of any home. To have your fences replaced, contact Aaurora Fencing, a team of professionals who can take care of all your fencing needs on the Gold Coast.