Quality Fence Supply in Vale, OR

If you are a business and buy in bulk when purchasing fence and gate supplies, give us a call to see how we can help you.
If you are a homeowner wanting to buy your supplies and install your own fence, we can supply you with everything you need. While some customers decide to buy cedar fencing for a natural appearance, others choose the sturdiness of a wrought iron fence. There are a number of factors to review when it comes to your choice of fencing, including aesthetics, privacy, security, cost, and HOA rules.

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

Fencing Types and Styles

Reach Certified Fencing at 208-995-6468 or complete our online form to learn additional information about our selection of fencing materials or our delivery service in Vale.

Privacy fence

Privacy Fencing

Homeowners regularly decide on wood or vinyl your supplies. Wood installs easily, and vinyl is low maintenance. 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 horizontal and vertical styles. It gives you a lot of privacy while allowing air and light through the fence. You can construct it to be a divider between neighbors or as a transition point in a backyard or private space to a public area.

3 rail ranch fence – White

Ranch Rail Fencing

Also called post & rail fencing or split rails, this style of fence is generally made from wood or vinyl and is used to keep livestock from escaping your land.

Aluminum fence

Aluminum Fence Supply

Aluminum is a common material because it doesn’t corrode, is easily maintained, and can be made-to-order into elegant ornamental fences. You will often see black or white aluminum pool fences and sliding gates, because they are easy to maintain.

Wrought iron fence

Wrought Iron Fencing

Often called “rot” or “rod” iron, this strong metal is a business to make a variety of security, ornamental, and custom gates and fences. Because it can be shaped or “wrought,” into many designs, iron is a popular selection for ornamental entry gates, antique-looking fences, and garden railings.

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