Bulk Gate and Fence Supply in Fruitland, ID

If you are in the fence installation business and buy your fence supplies in bulk, contact us to see what we can do for you.
If you own a home wanting to buy your fence supplies to build your fence yourself, we can supply you with all of your materials. While some people choose wood fencing for a natural look, others prefer the elegant look of wrought iron fencing. There are many things to consider when you are choosing your fencing, such as security, HOA rules, cost, aesthetics, and privacy.

At Certified Fencing, we numerous fencing types and styles for commercial, residential, and industrial fences.

Fencing Types & Styles

Contact Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or respond our online form to find out more regarding our fencing selection or our fence material delivery service in Fruitland.

Privacy fence

Privacy Fencing

Homeowners usually decide on wood or vinyl your fence supplies. Installation for wood fencing is easy and fast, and vinyl adds a touch of style. respond advantages and disadvantages.

Thoreau semi-private fence

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Semi-privacy fencing is often constructed with vinyl material. The fence panels come in an array of styles. It provides decent privacy but also allows for airflow and light. It acts as a screen between neighbors or as a transition point in a backyard or private space to a public area.

3 rail ranch fence – White

Ranch Rail Fencing

Also called post & rail fencing or split rails, this kind of fence is often built from wood or vinyl and is built to keep cattle from escaping from the pasture.

Aluminum fence

Ornamental Aluminum Fencing

Aluminum is a regularly chosen material because it is non-corrosive, easy to maintain, and can be custom-made into lovely ornamental fences. Pool fences and sliding gates are often made out of aluminum, as they are easy to maintain.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fence Panels

Sometimes called “rod” or “rot” iron fencing, this sturdy metal is in the fence installation business to construct a variety of ornamental, custom, and security fences and gates. Because it can be shaped or “wrought,” into many designs, iron is a common option for ornamental antique-looking fences, entry gates, and garden railings.

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