Fence Repair Derby
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Fence repair or Fence replacement Service
This is a budget-friendly solution that we offer all our clients. You can have a single panel replacement completed or as many panels replaced as you wish. Our fence panel replacement is one of our most popular services, especially after strong winds and heavy driving rain, as this is when customers fencing is tested the most! Any weak points will be highlighted quickly and will require attending to, so the fence will once again become a strong unit.
Fence post repair/replacement -
Do you have old concrete or wooden timber fence posts that are either crumbling or rotten?
If so, give us a call at Premium Fencing Derby and we can give you a price to replace them, or sometimes they may be repairable. We will always advise on the most cost-effective solution to cure your fence post problem.
Wooden fence gates repair and installation
If you need a gate repaired or even replaced then give us a call. It's no problem for us to repair your garden gate or driveway gates, maybe the posts just need replacing through age, or the timber has rotted through over time. We will assess the problem and let you know the cost to repair or if you need to replace your gates altogether.
Any trellis that is broken or needs removing and replacing can be fixed like for like, or a new bespoke design fitted to spruce up your existing fence.
Timber Shed repair
Sometimes an existing shed can become weathered and worn down and might need a few remedial repairs to bring it up to standard, especially for health and safety standards.
Don't leave your repairs for too long! as they can become larger and more expensive repair work if left for too long!
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When it comes to the cost of repairing a fence, you really want to take into account any factors that might significantly increase or decrease its overall value before you discard it or replace it altogether. Common examples can include:
1) Is their water damage? Water seeping into a fence can quickly destroy its structural integrity. It also causes mould and fungus to grow which might make the repairs more expensive than usual.
2) Is there any damage to the gates or door?
If so, this could lead to problems if they are not fixed correctly especially in places with strong winds, high temperatures/humidity levels , or other harsh weather conditions.
3) Is the fencing infested with termites, borer bugs , or carpenter ants?
4) Has it been exposed to fire at all?
5) Are any of the panels or boards broken or even missing?
6) Does it need painting, staining or treating?
Painting is usually done once every few years for aesthetic purposes but also increases the strength of the wood by adding another layer over it.
Can I do my own fence repairs?
Repairing or replacing a fence can be cost effective if you do all work yourself…If you don’t have much time, then we can complete this work for you at a reasonable price. It is recommended that you keep your wood fences treated, stained or painted…This will help prolong their life. However, some types of wood won’t hold paint very well, therefore they may suffer from rot more quickly than others.
Removal of old fence work
If you are planning to replace your fence, then removing the old fence prior to us fitting the replacement will decrease installation costs. but no problem if the work is too heavy and involved, just leave it to us! If space is limited, however…you should remove them before construction begins.
How much does it cost to repair fences?
Fences are important for home security and can help protect your property. If your fence is damaged, you will likely need to fix or replace it. It's also possible that the damage may be covered by insurance. The average material costs of repairing a wood fence can vary considerably, all depending on the severity of the damages, the materials and complexity of the fencing repair work. Our quotations are Free so give us a call for a competitive price
Who is responsible for the repairs or replacement of a damaged garden fence?
When heavy storms damage your garden fence, it can be a real issue between you and your'e neighbour. You may not realise who is responsible for repairing or replacing this damaged part of the garden until afterwords when discussing what happened with them. When this happens there are some steps that should go into making sure everything gets fixed as soon possible, including getting neighbours involved so everyone knows who will take care if their side too in case anything else goes wrong down the line.
Boundary fence repairs and disputes
Best thing to do is check the deeds to your house – this will show you exactly whether or not it's your responsibility to repair or replace. You'll be able to see clearly if there are boundaries within which only yours belong. A correctly drawn up copy of these plans can usually be found in section three under "other information" among other things like distances between properties etcetera.
A good way of ensuring that you're not missing any legal documents is by checking with the land registry and take a look at the title plan. It might be tedious and cost a minimal fee, but it's an important investment for your property in case anything goes wrong later on when buying or selling completely independently from each other! This way you can be certain of your legal boundaries.
Marked on the title plans will show the different types of fencing. If you see the you see the letter “T” marked at your your side of the fence, then this will mean that you are indeed responsible for the upkeep. Now if you see the letter “H” then this shows that you have a “party fence wall” and this is an indication that both you and your next neighbour legally own this boundary. If this is the case then any work that is required, both of you must agree on the terms of the repairs.
If by chance either you or your neighbour doesn’t approve or like the proposed repair work, then this becomes a dispute! This can only be settled by you both employing your own surveyor's who will then refer to the Party Wall Agreement.
After completing a set of rules about how they want to proceed, both parties are given 14 days for feedback before signing off on the letter announcing their actual agreement.
Remember this is just a guide to help you decide on who is responsible for the fence repairs before you start.
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