One side of my wooden fence was in need of some long-overdue maintenance. One post appeared to be rotted out below the soil line and was noticeably leaning over, probably only held in place by the clips and nails where it was attached to adjacent fence sections. Four other posts were leaning, but not as bad as the broken post. In my younger years, I might have tackled this task myself, but not now at my age. Instead, my neighbor and I hired Patrick from Fence Renu. Patrick and his co-worker did a great job replacing the broken post, and righting and securing the other four leaning posts (these posts were still in good shape and did not require replacement). The work was quite thorough and professional, and done for a very reasonable cost. In addition, Patrick and his co-worker straightened and secured an uneven section of fence, as well as installing new caps on posts that required them. I am very satisfied with the work that was done.