The rain has finally stopped which means a lot of homeowners will take to their yards this Memorial weekend to begin working on making some changes. If your fence is the eyesore of your yard, it’s time to call Bronco Fence and see how we can help.
Wood Versus Everything Else
If you have a wood fence, you will need to take a look at how it is holding up year after year. Some fences start to deteriorate, especially if you do not perform maintenance. If you want a wood fence, we will consult with you to determine the best one for your home. Generally speaking, Northern Wood Cedar is a great option for a wood fence as it is extremely stable for fencing. White Cedar rarely warps and it doesn’t have the same issues we see with shrinkage and twisting that other fences have. The right posts will make a major difference when it comes to proper fencing. It is important to work with the right fencing experts to ensure your wood fence not only looks spectacular, but that it will be durable and last for many years to come.
Summer is right around the corner and we recommend calling early for any fencing needs. Once summer heats up, Bronco Fence will have a lot of clients to see and we can often be out for a few weeks before we can come out for repairs and replacement work. Call our Kaysville fence office to identify which fencing material will work best and we can start the process there. If you are not sure of your property lines, you may need to contact our office for a survey. We can take a look at the property and pull boundary records to make sure you are not placing a fence on your neighbors property.
Summer Wood Maintenance
If you already have a wood fence installed, we recommend some yearly maintenance on the fence to keep it looking nice. We recommend using a good water-repelling stain or clear sealant to protect the wood from excessive moisture. We do not recommend painting your fence a color as paint can trap moisture against the boards, which causes wood to rot quickly. Stain does not cause this process to happen, so try using a darker stain color if you want to see a significant change in the color of your wood fence.
For additional information about fencing, call Bronco Fence today!