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Good fences make good neighbors.

Traditionally, fences are built out of wooden posts and slats. Over time, wooden fences can begin to sag and lean due to the shifting of the ground or wood rot. Leaning fence posts can pose a hazard to people in your yard and should be fixed as soon as possible.

Repairing a broken fence post or fixing a rotten post can be done without taking out the old post or fence boards. Many fences sag because their posts rot within a few years of installation and if you go to the trouble and expense of replacing the post or even the whole fence, the posts can rot again in another 5-10 years.

Today’s fencing options are more plentiful than ever. Many new materials have been introduced that have decreased the cost of manufacturing. This had made the option of fence installation much more affordable and subsequently available to a broader demographic of home and business owners.

The introduction of vinyl fencing, for example, has provided a feasible and cost effective alternative to the difficulties associated with maintaining a wooden fence.

Even the best exterior paint can began to fade and peel with in a few years of its application. Nearly every form of fencing, from simple back yard privacy fences to large scale agricultural fencing, can now be found in vinyl or other molded synthetic formats.