With spring just around the corner it may be a good idea to take a walk around the boundaries of your garden to check that the fencing is OK. If there is anything that needs attention it is far better to get a contractor in now to do the works while the beds are empty than to have to replant after the work is done. Replacing lap panels or bays of close board is never easy, even in the best of locations and so some minor damage could easily be avoided if the timing of the job was right.
Check to see if posts are rotten, loose in the ground or feather edge is coming away from the frame. ten minutes inspection could save you money in the long run. A repair spur maybe all that is needed to keep the fence up for a few more years or a complete replacement could easily be arranged to add a new dimension to the garden this spring.
If you are not sure what is required the a quick phone call to one of our trained staff will put your mind at ease.