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Definitive Signs your Home Needs a Wood Fence Replacement

When installed correctly, a new wood fence can add value to your home in the form of curb appeal. Not to mention, it can also help relations with neighbors! However, over time, wood fences can potentially deteriorate and break. When this occurs, you need a quality wood fence replacement from an expert team like Family Fence to keep yours upright for generations to come.


How to Know when its Time for a Wood Fence Replacement

Holes and Missing Panels

Some signs that a full wood fence replacement could be in your home’s future are the presence of holes and the absence of panels. Most of the time, holes or loose panels can develop from insect damage, direct contact or regular wear-and-tear.

If there are holes in your wood fence, you may want to seek the advice of a trained exterminator. Otherwise, these issues usually precipitate a new fence installation. And when it comes time for yours, you’ll be happy you called Family Fence!

Broken Wood Fence

Rotting Wood

When a season is unusually wet from excessive rain or snow, some wood fences have the tendency to develop yellow or gray stains, which usually means rotting and mold growth. Unfortunately, when this occurs, there isn’t much to do other than a complete wood fence replacement.

Rotting Wood Fence

A Slight Lean

Over time, some wood fences can start leaning or falling over. If this continues, some homeowners may manually stand them back up. Unfortunately, this temporary fix could pose safety issues in the event that the fence collapses in its entirety.

To preserve the structural integrity and safety of your property, it’s usually best to replace the entire wood fence. This is especially true when you consider the time and money that constant small repairs require.

If you’re in the market for a wood fence replacement, look no further than our expert team at Family Fence. We will be happy to provide tips on how to maintain and care for your wood fence. Check out our website to learn more or to get started on your next project today!

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