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As a final service that proves that we go above and beyond just roofing repair and installation, we also repair and install all types of fence.
As far as repairing existing fences, we can add cleats under each rail end so that the fence can last for a few more years before needing to be replaced completely. If this isn't possible or is insufficient to fix the problem, we also are able to add a sister rail along the length of the existing fence rail. This doubles the width of the rail itself, and allows us to add much more strength. Another way of adding strength is to add a third rail in the middle area of the fence, assuming that there isn't one already.
Replacing a rail is one of the most difficult means of repairing a residential or commercial fence, because all of the fence boards must be removed prior to doing so. On especially long fences with enormously long rails, we can splice a rail to save time and lower the cost of repair.
The different types of fencing materials are split into two main categories. One is called component fencing or sometimes referred to as a stick-built fence. This is the traditional method, where the fence is built piece by piece from scratch. The other category is a pre-assembled panel fence, which is partially constructed and only needs to be joined to other such panels to form the final product. As you can imagine, this saves lots of time which ultimately saves you money and cuts costs. The only catch with this type is that it cannot follow the slope of the landscape as well as traditional component fences. There are adjustable panels that can be racked to create a slope, but most have to be "stair-stepped" to accommodate ground that is not level. Metal, vinyl and some types of wood fencing can be found as a ready-built panel.
Wood panel fencing or stockade fencing is a great choice for privacy, security, and creating boundaries for pets or children. They give your home a traditional look but do require routine maintenance to repair, paint and stain them every couple of years.
Vinyl fencing demands much less maintenance while still retaining an attractive appearance. Vinyl fence material does require a rinsing and/or cleaning every once in a while, but do not rot or fade like other construction materials.
Chain Link fencing is great for creating a barrier to keep your children within the confines of your property as well as keeping animals in or out. It is also referred to as hurricane fencing, and can be found in attractive colors that come in the form of a weather-resistant coating, which is usually composed of vinyl.
To give that classic touch, you can go with decorative metal fencing which has the appearance of formal wrought iron fencing from turn of the century housing. It is generally composed of powder-coated steel or aluminum to reduce the amount of maintenance needed. It comes in all shapes and sizes, and sometimes can be installed without digging up portions of your yard.
Garden and utility fencing is specifically designed to stop your black Labrador from tearing up your pickle patch. It's great for setting up pet containment areas and can also work even for very small animals such as rabbits. Another form of this type of fencing is referred to as hex netting or chicken wire.
This is the time to call The Woodlands Roofing Expert to take care of all your fencing needs in a professional and efficient manner!