Leaning Fences - When faced with a fence that is leaning or that has completely fallen over there are two choices to be made, the first is to repair and the second is to replace the entire fence or fence line. Depending on the quality of the wooden or steel post will determine if a repair or replacement makes more sense. Just keep in mind that if the time to repair the fence exceeds the cost of replacement the obvious choice is to have the bad section removed and a new fence section built in stead.
Replacing fence post is often the solution for most leaning fences. We would simply detach the fence panels, pull the old post out and replace it with a new post and concrete and then re-attach the fence panels. Another option is to shim the existing post with a metal support such as a fence mender.
Sagging Gates - When a gate starts to dip and drag the ground it can be because of a couple or a combination of issues. The most common cause is that the hinges have bent, weakened, or have become unsecured from the post attached to. The second most common reason is that the gate itself has not been properly braced and the leveraged weight is pulling the outside edge down. The third most common reason is that the hinge post has been shifted to throw of the hanging angle of the gate causing it to drag or even raise. It is likely that if your gate is sagging it is a number of issues and that they all need to be addressed and repaired. We normally check and repair if needed the gate post and then check the hinges to see if they are secure and finally make repairs and brace the gate for better support. When all of that is done we can make minor adjustments to a perfect fit and your gate will now close with ease.
In the event of needing a fence or gate repaired we can repair or replace just about any type fence you need fixed. Just give us a call or send a request via the form on this page and we will call you to discuss the details.