The first thing to identify is why the fence is leaning. The most common cause of a leaning fence is not enough support from the ground. This can be due to high winds, heavy rains in Dallas area, drought conditions or just old age.
It’s not just a matter of aesthetics or looking bad. It’s a matter a of safety for your family, pets and neighbors.
Other reasons for a leaning fence is typically that one or more posts are not properly anchored or are too close to the ground. The posts may be loose in their holes or they may have sunk into the ground over time.
If you don’t fix it, the fence will continue to lean and eventually fall down. Schedule two or three professional fence companies to assess the situation. Then choose the best fence company to perform the work.