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Handyman for Sagging Fence Gate Repair in Meridian, ID

Dealing with a sagging or misaligned gate can be frustrating, but there's no need to panic or immediately reach out to a fencing contractor. A skilled handyman from My Treasure Valley Handyman will efficiently handle gate repairs, saving you time and money. Whether you have a metal gate or a wooden gate, one of our reliable handyman techs will come to the rescue and get it back in proper working order.

When you're facing a leaning or sagging gate, we have the expertise to identify the underlying issue and provide an effective solution. We will carefully examine the gate, checking for loose or damaged hinges, posts, or support structures. By tightening the hinges, replacing any worn-out parts, or reinforcing the gate's support, we will restore its alignment and fix the leaning or sagging problem. Our skillful approach ensures that your gate not only functions properly but also maintains its aesthetic appeal.

Having a gate that won't close properly can be a major inconvenience and compromise the security of your property. Thankfully, we can troubleshoot the issue and make the necessary adjustments to ensure smooth and secure gate operation. We will inspect its latch mechanism, hinges, and alignment. If adjustments or realignments are needed, we will skillfully manipulate the components to restore proper closure. With our expertise, you can enjoy a gate that closes smoothly and securely, providing you with peace of mind.

We’re passionate about taking care of our clients and we offer a 12-month guarantee on our high-quality work.


How to Fix Sagging Single or Double Wood Gates 

A sagging or leaning gate:

1. Check and tighten hinges or replace them if necessary.

2. Reinforce the gate structure with additional supports.

3. Adjust and align gate posts for proper alignment.

4. Replace damaged or worn-out gate components. Consider adding a diagonal brace for added support.

The gate won’t close properly:

1. Inspect and adjust the gate latch mechanism.

2. Check the gate alignment and adjust as needed.

3. Lubricate gate hinges and moving parts.

4. Replace damaged or malfunctioning parts.

A sticking gate or one that is difficult to open or close:

1. Examine the gate for any obstructions or debris.

2. Check gate hinges and lubricate them if necessary.

3. Adjust gate alignment for smoother operation. Trim any vegetation or growth around the gate.

4. Repair or replace damaged gate components

Rust or corrosion on metal gate:

1. Remove rust with a wire brush or sandpaper.

2. Apply rust-resistant primer and paint

3. Lubricate hinges and moving parts regularly.

4. Replace severely corroded or damaged components.

5. Consider applying a protective coating or sealant.
While these solutions help address common gate problems, if you don’t have the time or desire to fix your gate, we will fix it quickly and affordably.

When you choose My Treasure Valley Handyman you can expect experienced craftsmen with the versatility and capability to work on various types of gates. Whether you have a metal or wooden side gate, double, or single gate, we will handle the repairs effectively. Whether it needs hinge replacement, latch adjustment, or realignment, we are well-equipped to get the job done. Our goal is to ensure that your gate functions well and stands the test of time.

Whether your home improvement project is great or small, My Treasure Valley Handyman does it all!
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We prioritize customer satisfaction and take pride in our craftsmanship. We focus on detail and have a commitment to quality that ensures all of our services from exterior repairs for your gate and fence to interior jobs like drywall, painting, and flooring, are carried out with precision and care. We are just a text message away at (208) 584-1452. Contact us for service in Boise, Meridian, Star, Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell, and, Kuna Idaho.