If you are a business and buy in bulk when purchasing fence and gate supplies, contact us to see how we can help you.
If you own a home and need to purchase fence supplies to build your fence yourself, we can supply you with all of your materials. While some customers purchase cedar wood timber fencing for a natural appearance, others would rather have the appearance of a wrought iron fence. There are a number of factors to look at when you are choosing your type of fence, including aesthetics, privacy, security, cost, and HOA rules.
At Certified Fencing, we numerous fencing types and styles for residential and commercial fences.
Fencing Types & Styles
Get a hold of Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or respond our online form to find out additional information about our selection of fencing materials or our fence material delivery service in Council.
Semi-privacy fencing is often built with vinyl. The panels come in a variety of vertical and horizontal styles. It provides privacy but doesn’t make you feel completely fenced in and apart from your community. It acts as a screen between neighbors or as a transition point in a backyard or private space to a public area.
Ornamental Aluminum Fencing
Aluminum is a common material because it doesn’t corrode, is easily maintained, and can be made-to-order into elegant ornamental fences. Pool fences and sliding gates are often made out of aluminum, as they are lightweight and won’t rust.
Wrought Iron Fence Supplies
Sometimes called “rod” or “rot” iron fencing, this durable metal is a business to make a variety of custom, ornamental, and security gates and fences. Because the iron can be formed or “wrought,” into a variety of styles, iron is a usual pick for ornamental garden railings, antique-looking fences, and entry gates.