Chain Link Fence Repair & Replacement
Providing Chain Link Fence Repair & Replacement Services in Southwest Florida Since 1989
Chain link fencing is one of the most durable fence options. Not only is chain link fencing cost effective, but it also stands up in the face of hurricanes. Consequently, chain link fencing is popular in all types of settings. Though you can expect your chain link fence to last 20 year or more, it won’t last forever. In fact, there will come a time when you will need to repair or replacement your chain link fence. When that occurs, contact Carter Fence Company.
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Signs that your Chain Link Fence Requires Repair or Replacement
As mentioned earlier, you will need chain link fence repair or replacement services at some point. With this in mind, identifying problems early is important. This is due to the fact that a damaged fence won’t carry out it functions. To clarify, common signs your chain link fence needs repair or replacement services include:
First, Visible Damage
It is important to check your fence for visible damage. This would include rust, holes, bent poles, and more. If you find damage, contact us. In fact, small problems can turn into costly issues if not addressed.
Second, The Gate Is not Working
When your gate does not open or close correctly, it may be due to the fence. In fact, if your fence is not tight, the gate may not work. Consequently, gate issues are often remedied by repairing the fence.
Third, Warped Frame
The frame of your chain link fence provides support. In the event your frame is bent or warped, the fence can become structurally compromised. Consequently, the fence won’t provide you with the protective barrier you need.
Many chain link fences have coatings to help them stand up to our tropical weather. However, these coatings can break down over time. This breakdown can leave your fence susceptible to rusting.
Fifth, Missing Links
No one wants large holes in their fence. Small areas can be easily fixed. However, if your fence has large holes, consider a new fence.
If your fence is sagging, the mesh has come loose from the poles and rails. In most cases, sagging can be fixed.
Should I Repair or Replace My Chain Link Fence?
One of the many benefits of chain link fencing is it is easy to repair. By and large, if damage does occur, sections can be easily matched and repaired. However, depending on the age of your fence, and the extent of the damage, you may want to replace your fence. In other words, the cost of repair could be as much, if not more, than replacing the fence. In short, if you are not sure what to do, contact us. First, we will assess your fence. Then we will provide you with a recommendation.
Why Choose Carter Fence Company to Repair or Replace Your Chain Link Fence?
Simply stated, We Offer Outstanding Service and Affordable Prices
In business since 1989, customers in the Southwest Florida area have called on us for their chain link fence installation, repair, and replacement needs. Having been in the fencing business for over 30 years, there isn’t a problem we can’t solve and fix. Whether your fence has damaged posts or holes, we can help! In fact, in some cases, we can make your fence as strong and beautiful as the day it was built. Moreover, we take pride in offering quality chain link fence repair to our customers in Southwest Florida. As a family owned and operated business, we have become a trusted commercial, residential, and industrial fence repair and installation company. Consequently, if you need chain link fence services, contact us today. Otherwise, you can receive an instant estimate online by clicking the button at the top of the page.
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Would highly recommend Carter Fence Company! They were very professional yet friendly. The materials are high-quality and the fence looks great! Thank you!
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