The Benefits of Fence Maintenance

A livestock fence that is designed to protect your animals is a prudent investment that offers owners a peace of mind, and makes the exterior of your property look more appealing.  However, once you make that investment, it would be wise to perform routine maintenance on your fence in order to avoid the fence from eroding or becoming unsightly, thus forcing you to invest in a new one.

 

There are many benefits in performing maintenance on your fence, and there are a variety of ways to keep it healthy.  For starters, highlighting your fence with coatings will augment the appeal of your fence, protect your fence from inclement weather and will help improve the fence’s durability.  A new coat of protection will make your weathered fence look good as new, and the sharp-looking black color will improve the aesthetics of your entire property.  Plus, coating from General Timber is safe to use around your animals, and will not affect vegetation on your property.

 

Working with General Timber will make it easy to keep your new creosote coating sharp for years to come.  Once the color begins to naturally fade, customers can simply have us pressure spray their fence to keep it distinctly black.  Additionally, customers can always choose a CCA, a green treated product that will still spray your fence black, but won’t have the chemical used in creosote.  Regardless of what you choose, all paints used by General Timber are environmentally safe and will not cause any harm to your livestock.

 

General Timber can provide you with economical solutions to your fencing issues.  Rather than invest in a brand new fence, consider a new fence coating and pressure treatments.  To learn more about the benefits of fence spraying, give Greg at General Timber a call at (910)-695-5743.  With over 23 years of experience in in the animal fencing industry, Greg can answer all of your fencing questions.

 

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