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Residential North Vancouver Fencing Company Shares Professional Tips for Addressing Common Problems with Chain Link Fences

chain link fences are robust and durable but not immune to problems.

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Vancouver, BC -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/19/2024 -- Chain link fencing has been a staple installation request for North Vancouver Fencing Company QS Fencing. While these fences offer durability and minimal upkeep, they're not immune to issues. Over time, exposure to the elements, physical impacts, and natural wear and tear can lead to a variety of problems—most easily addressed when caught in time. For more, go to

From sagging panels to broken posts and leaning fences, each problem requires a specific approach for repair. In many cases, the expertise of a professional is crucial to ensure that the fence not only gets fixed but also continues to function correctly and safely. Check out some common issues that can impact chain link fences as well as their causes.

Sagging Fence Panels

Sagging is one of the most frequent issues with chain link fences. This problem not only detracts from the fence's appearance but can compromise security. The cause of sagging can range from loosened fence fabric to weakened tension wires. While minor adjustments can sometimes be managed independently, significant sagging means calling in the professionals. Expert intervention is necessary to assess the full extent of the issue and to apply the correct techniques to ensure structural integrity.

Broken Fence Posts

Another common issue is broken fence posts. These are often the result of environmental factors like harsh weather, corrosion, or accidental damage. Addressing broken posts typically requires professional skills and tools to remove the damaged post and its base and replace it. This job is critical to the overall stability of the fence and is best performed by skilled technicians who can ensure the new post is perfectly aligned and properly integrated with the rest of the fence.

Leaning Fence

A leaning chain link fence may be indicate several underlying issues: soil erosion, improper installation, or even damage to the posts or foundation. Correcting a leaning fence is more than just cosmetic; it requires diagnosing the cause and implementing a lasting solution. A professional fence repair team can provide the necessary expertise to identify why the fence is leaning and to carry out the appropriate repairs or reinforcements.

Fence Gaps

Gaps under chain link fences can present security risks and aesthetic concerns. These gaps might be due to ground settling, erosion, or the initial installation on uneven terrain. Filling these gaps effectively often requires a professional approach, which may include adding soil or gravel, installing tension wires, or customizing solutions to suit the specific conditions of the site.

Chain Link Fences in Vancouver

Encountering common problems with a chain link fence? Don't let issues compromise security and appearance. Contact North Vancouver fencing company QS Fencing for expert advice, high-quality fencing solutions, and professional repair services. As an experienced team, QS Fencing can ensure any chain link fence remains durable and reliable for greater security and peace of mind.

About QS Fencing
Established in 2010, QS Fencing is a family-owned business that aims to provide quality products and superior service. It is a Vancouver residential and commercial fencing company that is licensed and insured. All employees are WCB insured as well. QS Fencing serves the geographical areas of Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Richmond, Surrey, and Delta, BC. To learn more, visit or call (604) 777-3057.

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