Do-It-Yourself Fence Supplies in Nyssa, OR

If you are a business and need to purchase bulk fence supplies, contact us to determine how we can help.
If you are a homeowner and need to purchase fence supplies to build your fence yourself, we can supply you with all of your materials. While some individuals purchase cedar wood fencing for privacy, others choose the sturdiness of a wrought iron fence. There are several factors to consider when you are choosing your fencing, including HOA rules, cost, aesthetics, privacy, and security.

At Certified Fencing, we provide a range of fencing styles and types for commercial and residential fences.

Types of Fencing

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Privacy fence

Fencing for Privacy

Customers regularly choose wood or vinyl material fence supplies. Wood is quick and easy to install, and vinyl is easy to clean. fill out pros and cons.

Thoreau semi-private fence


Fencing intended for semi-privacy is usually made from vinyl material. The panels come in a range of styles. It gives you a lot of privacy but also allows for airflow and light. You can construct it to be a divider between neighbors or as a transition from a backyard or private space to 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 mostly made from wood or vinyl and is built to keep cattle and horses contained.

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 lovely ornamental fences. Customers frequently choose white or black aluminum pool fences and sliding gates, due to the fact that they are easy to install and won’t rust.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fence Panels

Often called “rot” or “rod” iron, this strong metal is a business to construct a range of ornamental, custom, and security fences and gates. Because it can be shaped or “wrought,” into many styles, iron is a frequent pick for ornamental garden railings, antique-looking fences, and entry gates.

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