Fence Repair Luton - Garden Fence Repairs - Fencing Contractor
Posted: Mar 19, 2022
Looking for a fencing contractor? We are Cambia, providing garden fence repairs, domestic and Industrial Fencing in Luton and Dunstable. Get a no obligation quote today!
Starting out as humble fencing contractors, we know a thing or two about boundaries.
Whether it’s keeping people out or pets in, we can do the job. We can carry out all aspects of fencing installation, maintenance and repair.
Below are just a few of the fencing services we provide. If you'd like a FREE, no obligation quote or if you need something a little different, please contact us.
Quality is more important than anything else when it comes to any type of project, whether you are an individual working on a garden project or a professional contractor working for a client. When you include quality materials in your project, you can ensure their longevity, aesthetic appeal and be able to avoid the need to replace them over time. This quality requirement is all the more important when it comes to fencing. Besides the fence's aesthetic appeal to the homeowner, business owner, and any visitors, the fence also must serve its intended purpose, i.e. boundary demarcation, high security, or access control.
Cambia is the go-to fencing contractor in Luton. We build and repair all types of fencing and gates. We are devoted to delivering the best service to all of our residential and commercial clients. Our clients know that when fencing or decking is installed, it is done safely, securely, and with a high level of professionalism.
Is It Time to Replace or Repair Your Garden Fence?
There's no doubt that replacing or repairing a fence in your garden may seem like the most mundane task there is - and often it is. The laws around fencing are rather lax, meaning it can be difficult to get a neighbour to handle your fence or to pay you for repairs.
However, issues over fencing can be a positive experience. They can help you foster relationships with neighbours, which can make resolving bigger problems easier in the future. Having the right neighbours makes fancy fencing possible, while stubborn neighbours can be kept out of sight and out of mind.
Some common reasons to consider replacing or repairing a fence include damage caused by rot and mould, wobbly fence posts, and loose panels. Almost every wooden fence will develop mould over time, but if you catch it in its early stages, when it is just a surface fuzz, you can often simply scrub it off. Left for too long, mold begins to grow on the wood, eventually becoming unusable. Even professionals won't touch rotted fences and don't recommend patching rotted fences, once the damage has been done, it's best to replace the fence.