Professional Fence Maintenance 

 

At All American Fence Erectors, we use premium-grade vinyl and chain-link fence materials to ensure that minimal fence maintenance is required on your part. Still, if you want to get the maximum life from your fence and ensure that it always looks its best, you’ll want to dedicate a bit of time to basic maintenance. Here you’ll find our full body of resources for optimal maintenance. 

 

Chain Link Fence Maintenance 

 

  1. Inspect your fence on a regular basis. Look for signs of erosion on the ground near the base. Look for any damaged chain links. Contact a residential chain link fencing company if you notice the first signs of damage. 
  2. Remove dust and debris from your chain-link fence as it collects. A standard garden hose should do the trick. For thicker dirt, you can use a brush and mild soap. 

 

Vinyl Fence Maintenance 

 

  1. Examine your vinyl fence regularly. Walk the perimeter, check the fence’s stability, examine the post caps, and look for any broken pieces. Contact a fencing repair company if you notice any signs of damage. 
  2. Clean your fence regularly by hosing it down. For tough or persistent stains, you can mix water with mild household detergent and scrub with a soft-bristled brush. For grease and oil stains, use a soft cloth dipped in soapy water. 

 

Contact All American Fence Erectors 

 

If your fence needs a bit of professional maintenance, contact the experts at All American Fence Erectors. We’ll inspect the area and provide you with a free written quote. Then our local professionals will get right to work, restoring your fence to like-new condition. We offer competitive rates, world-class customer service, and a tireless commitment to quality. Contact All American Fence today.



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