|Not only does a broken fence look unsightly, it poses significant dangers.|
Whether you have a pool fence - or any type of fenced-in area on your property, for that matter - it's always a good idea to assess the condition of your fencing system sooner, rather than later.
Below are a few flaws to look for on your existing system. These flaws also double as warning signs that there could be a fence replacement in your future.
|Once an ornate, iron fence has started to rust, it is best to have it replaced,|
as professional repairs are both involved and costly
2. CHIPPING PAINT: Not only is chipping paint an eyesore, it leaves the metal underneath exposed to the elements making it vulnerable to rust and corrosion.
3. DISCOLORATION/CHALKING (VINYL FENCE): Typically, on white vinyl fences, "chalking" isn't as visibly noticeable. However, if your fence is a shade of taupe or hunter green, chalk-like discolorations will most certainly stand out as the vinyl begins to wear down.
4. ROTTING (WOOD FENCE): Over time, even treated wood fences will eventually crack and peel apart. A good way to test for wood rot? Tap the wood with a dull knife. If it's soft or it crumbles, rot is most likely the culprit.
5. DAMAGED / BROKEN PANELS OR COMPONENTS: Beyond being downright dangerous to anyone in or around your property, broken fence panels or components allow easy access points for uninvited guests. Whether the trespasser is a burglar or a small child - if a person becomes seriously injured or drowns due to a faulty gate lock or missing fence panel - you will be held liable.
|A corrosion-resistant aluminum fencing system with a powder coat paint finish |
adds beauty and value to your home or business.