A wooden fence is a great way to add aesthetic appeal to any home. But if not properly maintained, a wooden fence can be just as much an eyesore as a beautiful home addition. Plus, if not properly maintained, a wooden fence will simply not last. So make the most of your investment and take the necessary steps to extend the life of your wood fence.
Tips & Tricks to Extend the Life of a Wood Fence
- Pressure Washing: Believe it or not, fences get dirty. And dirt can actually harm your wooden fence if not dealt with in a timely manner. Because of this, it is important to clean your fence from time to time. This is where the power washer comes in. But be careful; power washers are powerful (shocking, I know) and can damage your wood fence if you are not careful.
- Timely Repairs: Don’t let little problems become major catastrophes. Remember the old adage, “A stitch in time saves nine?” Well the same goes for your wooden fence. A little work now can save you a lot of work (and money) in the future.
- Stain: Stain is your first line of defense against inclement weather. So after you clean your fence, be sure to apply a fresh coat of stain. But make sure whatever sealer or stain you use is suitable for the type of wood that was used on your fence.
- Trust Freedom Fence & Home: Like any other company we need to make a profit to survive but focus on satisfying our customers. We do not use subcontractors and stand behind our work. We are a smaller company which means you will not be paying big company prices.
We have over 50 years combined experience in the industry and take pride in our work!
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If you have any questions, please contact Freedom Fence and Home by calling 443-271-6841 or visit our website.
With 40 years of experience, Freedom Fence and Home has provided the highest quality fence and decking materials to its many residential and commercial clients throughout in Baltimore, Maryland and Harford county as well many residential clients in Baltimore county and Baltimore city.