Bulk Gate and Fence Supply in Garden City, ID

If you are a business and need to purchase bulk fence supplies, call us to determine how we can help.
If you own a home and need to buy fence supplies to do-it-yourself, we can supply you with all of your materials. While some people buy cedar wood timber fencing for the convenience of pre-built panels, others would rather the easy maintenance of a wrought iron fence. There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing your type of fencing, including security, privacy, cost, aesthetics, and HOA rules.

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

Fencing Styles & Types

Call Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or complete our online form to discover additional information regarding our fencing selection or our convenient delivery service in Garden City.

Privacy fence

Privacy Fencing

Customers usually choose wood or vinyl material fence supplies. Wood is fast to install, and vinyl is easy to maintain. complete advantages and disadvantages.

Thoreau semi-private fence

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Semi-privacy fencing is typically constructed with vinyl material. The panels have a variety of styles. It provides privacy but also allows for airflow and light. It’s purpose can be a screen between neighbors or as a transition from a backyard or to separate a private space from a public area.

3 rail ranch fence – White

Ranch Rail Fencing

Also called post & rail fencing or split rails, this type of fence is mostly made from wood or vinyl and is built to keep cattle and horses contained.

Aluminum fence

Decorative 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 are regularly made out of aluminum, due to the fact that they are easy to maintain.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fencing

At times called “rot” or “rod” iron, this durable metal is a business to build a variation of custom, security, and ornamental fences and gates. Because this metal can be shapes or “wrought,” into many styles, iron is a common choice for ornamental antique-looking fences, entry gates, and garden railings.

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