Bulk Fence & Gate Store in Hammett, ID

If you are a business and buy your fence supplies in bulk, call us to see how we can help.
If you own a home and need to buy your supplies to build your fence yourself, we have everything you need for the job. While some buyers buy wood fencing for a natural look, others prefer the elegant look of wrought iron fencing. There are many factors to think over when choosing your type of fencing, including security, privacy, cost, aesthetics, and HOA rules.

At Certified Fencing, we provide many styles for residential, industrial, and commercial fences.

Styles of Fencing

Get a hold of Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or complete our online form to find out more about our selection of fencing materials or our convenient delivery service in Hammett.

Privacy fence

Privacy Fencing

Homeowners usually decide on wood or vinyl material your supplies. Wood installs easily, and vinyl is easy to clean. complete advantages and disadvantages.

Thoreau semi-private fence


Fencing intended for semi-privacy is often made with vinyl material. The panels we offer come in a range of horizontal and vertical styles. This type of fencing provides a lot of privacy while allowing air and light through the fence. It acts as a screen between neighbors or as a transition point in a backyard or to separate a private space from a public area.

3 rail ranch fence – White

Ranch Rail Fencing

Otherwise known as split rails or post & rail fencing, this variety of fence is typically made from vinyl or wood and is built to keep cattle from escaping from the pasture.

Aluminum fence

Ornamental Aluminum Fencing

Aluminum is a common material because it is easily maintained, is non-corrosive, and may be custom-made into beautiful ornamental fences. Homeowners regularly install pool fences out of black or white aluminum, as they are low maintenance and don’t rust.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fencing

Often called “rot” or “rod” iron, this durable metal is a business to build an assortment of custom, security, and ornamental fences and gates. Because it can be shaped or “wrought,” into a variety of styles, iron is a customary selection for ornamental entry gates, antique-looking fences, and garden railings.

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