Bulk Fence & Gate Supply in Twin Falls, ID

If you are a business and buy your fence supplies in bulk, call us to determine how we can help.
If you own a home wanting to buy your fence materials to build your own fence, we will help you get the materials you need. While some customers purchase cedar wood timber fencing for the convenience of pre-built panels, others like how durable a wrought iron fence is. There are several factors to consider when choosing your type of fencing, including cost, security, aesthetics, privacy, and HOA rules.

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

Fencing Styles

Call Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or fill out our online form to learn additional information regarding our fencing materials or our fence material delivery service in Twin Falls.

Privacy fence

Fencing for Privacy

Customers usually choose wood or vinyl your fence materials. Wood is quick and easy to install, and vinyl is low maintenance. fill out pros and cons.

Thoreau semi-private fence

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Semi-privacy fencing is often built with vinyl. The panels we offer have a variety of vertical and horizontal styles. It provides privacy while allowing air and light through the fence. You can construct it to be a divider between neighbors or to separate your garden area or private space to a public area.

3 rail ranch fence – White

Ranch Rail Fencing

Also known as post & rail fencing or split rails, this type of fence is commonly built 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 is non-corrosive, easy to maintain, and can be custom-made into appealing ornamental fences. Pool fences are regularly made out of aluminum, because they are lightweight and won’t rust.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fencing

Sometimes called “rod” or “rot” iron fencing, this sturdy metal is a business to construct a range of security, ornamental, and custom fences and gates. Because the iron can be formed or “wrought,” into many designs, iron is a frequent pick for ornamental entry gates, antique-looking fences, and garden railings.

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