A wind storm took down one of the trees on our property and it landed across a chain link fence
Given the height of the tree, the overall damage was fairly limited. I have attached pictures with tree on and off of the fence.
Given that a tree mushed it, the fence seems to have reasonably little damage -- the top rail is obviously toast along with two post caps but the posts themselves did not move. I believe that the fence is 48" high, galvanized.
The question I have is how much work would this repair be and how would I go about it? The chain link fencing itself is pretty mushed. Does it make sense to try to bend it back or should I weave a new section in? Would the fence need to be re-stretched?
At the moment, I am trying to decide if this is a DIY project or if I should have a pro come in.