We are open and scheduling projects for June and July. 425-392-8301

With the heightened concerns over COVID-19 we are following strict safety protocols in our office and at your homes. Prior to any work being started we will send you a copy of our Safety Guidelines for your review.

We want you and your family to be safe along with our staff.

Jon Elkins, Owner

Spring is an excellent time to inspect and repair your fencing.

Fences typically suffer the most damage in the winter. High winds, soil erosion, moisture, weather changes (freezing and thawing), mold, rot, and falling trees and branches can wreak havoc on any fence.

And summer with its onslaught of dry heat and wood-eating and wood-dwelling critters is the season that produces the next most injury to wooden fences. Sometimes the damage is with the posts, and other times it is with the slats, and sometimes it’s just a matter of refinishing and adding nails or fasteners to retain the integrity of the fence.

Maintaining a fence typically costs a third or less of what replacing would cost. So we recommend that you schedule an appointment with our handyman service to inspect your fencing and provide an estimate for any work needed. And if you have the required materials on hand, we may be able to complete the repair in one visit. If you don’t have the materials on hand, we can source them for you. In most cases, we can match color, size, and style of fence material.  

Our technicians have extensive experience in repairing wooden and cyclone fences and are happy to answer questions you may have.

Call now to schedule an appointment.

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