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Your home is probably the first thing that comes to your mind upon the mention of the maintenance of your property. However, apart from the building, other components of the property, such as the fencing require maintenance too. The fencing of your property carries great aesthetic and functional value, keeping your property and its occupants safe. It is imperative to take care of the fences just like you take care of your home and your lawn. At Superior Fence and Co., we deliver various chain link fence services, including installation, repairs and maintenance.

How to maintain your chain link fence and ensure a long lifespan?

The fences usually stay exposed to all the weather elements, including extreme heat and moisture. Eventually, they start to corrode or degrade in various ways. Unless you arrange for maintenance services on a regular basis, you might end up having to replace the fencing altogether at some point of time. Some of the key types of maintenance that your chain link fence needs are:

  1. Cleaning

Cleaning the fences is necessary not only for the sake of aesthetics, but also to avoid making your fence a breeding ground for pests and bacteria. Simply use some water to clean dirt and debris and dish soap to get rid of birds’ feces. For effective cleaning, it is advisable to use a high-powered water hose or a scrub brush.

  1. Repairs

Chain link fences consist of multiple connections between the chains and the posts. Over time, these connections weaken and the fence and the gate start to sag. When this happens, immediately get a chain link fence repair professional to fix it. When left unattended, the damaged part would only deteriorate and you would have to deal with a bigger problem later on.

  1. Rust protection

Protecting your chain link fence from rusting is one of the most important maintenance activities. Spray a rust-resistant coating over the fence at least once a year. If you notice rust starting to form, contact a professional immediately. Rust can easily spread and eat through the fence, creating holes and weak spots.

  1. Preventing plant growth

Vines growing on chain link fences may look beautiful to nature lovers. However, it is advisable to remove plants growing on your fence immediately. When the plants grow, they can bust through the chain links and cause damage.

  1. Inspections

While it may seem unnecessary, getting your fencing inspected by a professional once in a while is really a good idea. Hiring professional fence maintenance services can significantly extend the lifespan of your chain link fence. An experienced professional can easily detect even relatively small problems, such as loose nails.

Investing some money in professional services to take care of your chain link fence is really worth it. Eventually, it would help you save money in the long run by reducing or eliminating the need for major repairs and replacements. If you need some help with the maintenance of your chain link fencing just call Superior Fence and Co. at (210) 600-3343.

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