Utah weather patterns are ever-changing and just when you think it’s spring, suddenly we are hit with another snowstorm! Weather always takes its toll on yards and homes. You need to take time to maintain your yard to help fencing and other things last longer. The freezing temperatures and snow can do damage to your fence by causing wood to expand and retract. Some older fences could be on their last leg and those cold nights have finally caused it to wear out. Bronco Fence specializes in fence repair and installation in Northern Utah.
Inspect The Wood
Walk around your fence perimeter to see what areas need some repair work. Sections of fencing can be replaced, but it can make your fence into an eyesore if you just patch sections of fence. There are numerous options available if you are ready to replace your fence. Browse through our extensive selection of wrought iron, vinyl, and aluminum fencing to get an idea of what fellow Utah homeowners are doing.
Older fencing will need to be sanded and stained as it continues to wear out over the years. Keeping the wood stained and sealed will help to increase the lifespan of the wood and will also keep it from looking ugly. Wood fencing does look great and offers privacy, but it can be a pain for some homeowners who are not ready to take on such maintenance work.
Fixing Chain Link Fencing
If you have chain link fencing, you do have the advantage of being able to replace sections of fence instead of the entire fence. Chain link fencing is popular because it is affordable and allows homeowners to keep their pets fenced in without blocking a large part of the view from the yard. While chain link fencing can still be a decent fencing solution, we recommend upgrading to wrought iron as it is stronger and will be able to handle the weather concerns easier. Plus, iron fencing looks nicer and gives your home an instant facelift.
At Bronco Fence, we have over 30 years of experience in the fencing industry. We strive to provide our customers with the best fencing in Northern Utah. We will meet with homeowners to discuss their design styles and help them find the best solution to improve their property.