Whether you’re researching to purchase your first fence, replacing an old one, or just need some simple repairs, we’re here to help. At Final Cut Roofing and Construction, LLC, we offer a variety of fence services and strive to make your fencing decisions as easy as possible.
Our team will guide you from start to finish, designing a custom solution that will not only meet your budget but will also have your neighbors asking who did your fence!?. Sound like something you’re interested in? Contact us to set up a consultation!
A simple solution that makes a world of difference.
You don’t always have to spend a lot of money to make an old fence look attractive again. Sometimes a little bit of TLC can go a long way. Staining your fence is one such example. It’s one of the best ways to preserve your fence so you’re able to enjoy it for years to come. We recommend staining your fence every 2-3 years, depending on the type of wood, the current stain, and the weather it has endured.
Which Fence Staining Services is right for you?
Don’t make the mistake of using the wrong stain for your fence. Choosing the right stain for your fence will make all the difference in the end. So let’s learn about the different types of stains on the market.
There are transparent and semi-transparent stains. And there are also what are called solid stains which look a lot like paint. Transparent and semi-transparent stains allow you to see and enjoy the beautiful grains of your wood fence. Solid stains are a great way to hide blemishes such as calcium deposits from a sprinkler system.
You can count on us to spend quality time with you to understand your situation to provide you with the best course of action. We’ll even provide you with some samples for you to test in a small area. Our primary goal is for you to be completely thrilled about your new fence stain color.
When those small problems add up, don’t worry, you may just need a minor fence repair.
Fence problems can range greatly in scale. In most cases, a small section of your fence may have fallen and needs to be replaced.
Fortunately in this case, most of your fence is probably salvageable and all you’ll need to repair is that small section. Another problem we often see is a collapsed gate. Maybe that old gate you’ve been trying to fix finally gave in? You’ve been putting off doing the repairs for a while but the time has come to take a stand. The good news is that you don’t need a whole new fence! You simply need to make these small repairs in a way they blend into your existing fence. No problem!
You’ve been on the fence, but the time has finally come.
You’ve overcome your denial and accepted that it’s time to give your fence a proper burial. If your fence has served its time and you’re ready to completely replace it, we’ve got you covered. With all the fencing options out there, finding a starting point can feel intimidating. We’re happy to step in and ask you the questions needed to get you moving in the right direction.
In some cases, your fence may need to be replaced because it was not properly installed in the beginning. If lower grade wood was used, there is a higher chance of needing a replacement sooner.
At Final Cut, we are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service, inside and out.
Let us help you complete the aesthetic of your home. Get started with us today and schedule your free consultation.