If you have a chain-link fence, you know just how durable they can be. But from time to time, for whatever reason, they can become damaged. And nothing looks quite as unsightly as a bent chain-link fence. To make things even worse, a bent section of fencing can completely compromise the integrity of the rest of the fence. But what can you do? You’re no handyman.
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- May 4th, 2011
- Posted in Residential Fences, Residential Fencing Tips, Winter Fence Maintenance Tips, Wood Fence Styles, Wood Fencing
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Nothing can ruin the look of your home quite like a broken down or decaying fence. But there is hope! Fixing that rundown rail or battered board is easier than you may think. Any homeowner with the proper tools can do simple fence repairs. Of course you should leave the bigger jobs to the professionals.