Bulk Gate and Fence Supply in Melba, ID

If you are a business and buy your fence supplies in bulk, call us to see how we can help you.
If you are a homeowner and need to purchase your fence materials to build your own fence, we can supply you with everything you need. While some buyers choose cedar wood fencing for privacy, others choose the sturdiness of a wrought iron fence. There are several factors to review when you are choosing your fencing, including cost, security, aesthetics, privacy, and HOA rules.

At Certified Fencing, we provide a variety of styles for commercial, industrial, and residential fences.

Fencing Styles

Reach Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or respond our online form to discover more about our selection of fencing materials or our delivery service in Melba.

Privacy fence

Privacy Fencing

Homeowners usually decide on vinyl or wood your fence materials. Wood is fast to install, and vinyl is easy to clean. respond pros and cons.

Thoreau semi-private fence


Semi-privacy fencing is often built with vinyl. The panels we offer have a range of horizontal and vertical styles. This type of fencing provides a lot of privacy but doesn’t make you feel completely fenced in and apart from your community. You can construct it to be a divider 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

Also called post & rail fencing or split rails, this type of fence is mostly made from vinyl or wood and is utilized to keep cattle in the pasture.

Aluminum fence

Ornamental Aluminum Fencing

Aluminum is a frequently used material because it doesn’t corrode, is easily maintained, and can be made-to-order into elegant ornamental fences. Homeowners regularly install pool fences out of black or white aluminum, as they are lightweight and won’t rust.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fencing

Sometimes referred to as “rod” or “rot” iron, this sturdy metal is a business to build a variety of custom, ornamental, and security gates and fences. Because it can be shaped or “wrought,” into many designs, iron is a popular option for decorative antique-looking fences, entry gates, and garden railings.

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