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    FRANK LEO & ASSOCIATES

    #1 RE/MAX TEAM IN TORONTO & THE GTA**

    We all love the look of a freshly painted wooden fence – it really brings out the best in our homes. But over time, even the most well-maintained fence can start to look a little tired and in need of some TLC. If your fence is starting to show its age, don’t despair! There are plenty of ways to freshen it up and give it a new lease on life.

    One of the easiest ways to freshen up your fence is to simply give it a good wash. You’d be surprised how much dirt and grime can build up on your fence over time, and a simple power wash can really make a big difference. If your fence is particularly dirty, you may need to use a pressure washer with a detergent attachment. Be sure to test the pressure washer on a small area of your fence first to make sure it won’t damage the wood.

    Another way to spruce up your fence is to add a new coat of paint. This is a great way to change the look of your fence without having to replace it entirely. When choosing a paint color, be sure to consider the colors of your home and landscaping. You want the fence to complement, not clashes with, your other outdoor features.

    If your fence is starting to show signs of age, you may also want to consider replacing some of the boards. This is a more involved project, but it can really make a big difference in the overall look of your fence. You may even want to consider using a different type of wood for your replacement boards, such as cedar or redwood. These woods are naturally resistant to rot and decay, so they’ll last longer than standard pine boards.

    No matter what method you choose to freshen up your fence, the important thing is to take care of it so it will last for years to come. With a little bit of elbow grease, you can make your old fence look like new again!

    Looking to buy or sell a home in the near future? Get guaranteed results with the #1 RE/MAX Team in Toronto & the GTA.* Contact Frank Leo & Associates for more information.