Cleaning Paddock Fences
Have you taken a good look at your Paddocks lately? Chances are the fences have attracted mold, mildew, fungus, and other organic material.
Not only does this give your vinyl fence that blackish green color, it can eat away at your wood fence and cause it to rot.
Instead of letting your fence deteriorate, extend its life and have it looking like new by having it professionally cleaned by Beav's Window cleaning.
Today many people have switched from traditional wood fences and have made the move to vinyl fencing. Vinyl fencing has the ability to last for many more years than wood fencing. Some of the best characteristics of vinyl is its durability and low maintenance.
For those who do have vinyl fencing, you know that from year to year you can have a buildup of dirt, moss and grime. This can take away from the beauty of your fence
When left alone, mold, mildew, fungus, and other organic material will continue to grow and colonize on your fence
Washing your vinyl fence every few years should be part of your overall exterior maintenance plan. These fences are very low maintenance and do not need painting, however, they do need to be cleaned periodically to maintain a positive appearance
When left alone, mold, mildew, fungus, and other organic material will continue to grow and colonize on your wood fence, even on wood that has been stained, sealed, and treated. Fungus in particular, is unable to manufacture it’s own food, so it eats the wood cells instead. As it eats away at the wood, the stability of the wood is compromised, causing it to crack, split, and eventually rot and deteriorate. However, if the organic material is removed from the wood, your fence has a better chance of lasting for years longer than expected.