Colorado Fence Building & Repair Blog | Blicks Fencing

The goal of our Colorado Fence Building & Repair blog is to help you make more informed decisions when it comes to your residential, commercial and industrial fencing needs.

 

 
 

Are you a Colorado homeowner contemplating a backyard fence repair, but also thinking it might just be time to replace the old fence.  This post compares repairing that aging backyard fence to replacing it with maybe something better.

Backyard fences can be a beautiful addition to any home and garden. Unfortunately, they also tend to get a lot of wear and tear and may require frequent repairs or even replacement.

Broken fences can allow children and pets to escape while letting in pests and making life less private.

If your backyard fence is rotting, warping or falling apart, it's time to give it some tender love and care. But how do you know when to conduct fence repair or call for a replacement?

Keep reading for a quick guide to help you decide between backyard fence repair vs. replacement.

Are you looking for a "chain link fence company near me”? You’re not alone, online research is how most Colorado Springs and Denver home and business owners find a chain link fence contractor.

There are many types of fences for many needs.  The terrain and demographics of the Colorado front range have created the need for a variety of fencing solutions.  Wood panels for privacy, split rail for livestock, decorative metal for upscale urban homes - the list goes on and on.

For people that need a cost-effective fence that is ideal for containing things in and keeping things out, chain link fencing is the go-to choice for Colorado home and business owners.

This post provides five tips for researching and contacting a fence contractor near you. 

Fence repair, installation or replacement during the Colorado winter months offers many advantages to the home or property owner. Aside from the fact that you’ll get it over with so, you can enjoy the warmer months, you’ll also have an easier time getting a Colorado Springs or Denver fencing contractor to your house. And you could save money too.

Are you considering privacy fencing for your Colorado home, business, school or other property?  Privacy fences offer an abundance of benefits including seclusion, noise abatement, security, landscaping and increased home value.

If you are researching fencing building options for your Colorado home or business, then keep reading to explore the benefits of privacy fencing.

Are you wondering if vinyl fencing is a good option for your Colorado Springs or Denver area home?

Having a fence installed in your Colorado backyard isn’t always as simple as picking up the phone and calling a local fence installer. There’s a ton to consider - which style of fence fits your needs, will this fence be temporary or permanent and how much upkeep it will take.

One of the most important options to consider when talking to Colorado vinyl fence contractor is the material and finish you want your vinyl fence to have.  Vinyl fencing comes in multiple colors, is versatile, needs little maintenance and is affordable.

If you’re unsure that a vinyl fence is a good decision, keep reading to learn some of the advantages of vinyl fencing for Colorado backyards. 

Need a new fence but not sure what is the best fence style for your home in the Denver/Colorado Springs metro areas?

There is a large variety of fence styles and building materials available to Colorado homeowners. Because there are so many options, choosing the right fence style will require prioritizing among several positive and negative aspects of each fence style.

Most Colorado homeowners want or need a fence style that is optimized for several objectives, usually including privacy, appearance, children, pets, maintenance and of course cost.

Where do you begin?  Research is always a great first step down the path of selecting the best fence style for you and your family.

Let’s explore some of the pros-and-cons of the popular fence styles in Colorado.

Installing a fence is more than an opportunity to improve your Denver home’s value & curb appeal, it’s also a basic (but effective) security measure.  But for Denver fence companies to provide an accurate quote, you’ll need to have a general idea of the type of fence you’d like to install. 

Take a look at the specific things to keep in mind when obtaining a fencing quote in the Denver area. 

Chain Link Basics

Chain link fences are basically woven metal fencing made with wires bent into a zigzag pattern to form a diamond-like pattern on the fence. If you've never seen chain link fencing being made, watch this video from How Stuff Works. It is really cool.

Often-times these fences are recognized from their common placement behind a baseball diamond or around buildings for security. Really, you'd have to be living under a rock not to bump into one by now.

Chain link fencing works well for industrial areas or for businesses, as well as for home use. A tall fence is difficult to climb and can be a great security measure. These fences are also easy to take care of. Galvanized steel, which is what is often used to create these fences, can go decades before needing repairs and there is no maintenance required once the fence is installed.

A fence has a number of purposes. Not only is it used for privacy, it could also prevent wild animals from invading your yard, as well as keep your pets and children within your property. However, are you also aware that having a fence on your property in Denver could also increase the value of your home? Here's why!

Owning a business comes with many responsibilities. Aside from handling paperwork, sales, and everything running smoothly on a day to day basis, the business owner is also responsible for the safety of the employees and the security of the property.

Adding a fence adds a sense of security for the business’ belongings as well as the people who work there. Once you’ve had a fencing company install a commercial fence on your property, you’ll really have to keep in mind how guests and employees will enter.

Choosing the right commercial gate doesn’t have to be a huge burden, and is much easier to do when you’ve evaluated the needs of your property and consulted with a fencing company.