Boise Pipe Horse Fence Nampa Caldwell
If you want a relatively maintenance-free fence then horse fencing is the perfect solution for your ag needs. It is durable, practical, attractive to contain most any type of livestock or animal, including horses and cattle.
Pipe fencing has become quite popular over the years, especially for farm, ranch and rural properties in Idaho.
The biggest benefit is it looks great and it provides security, longevity, and containment while allowing almost complete visibility through it, plus adding value to your property.
Your pipe fence can be custom designed with horizontal rails and cross bars– 5 rail is most popular. You can also paint the used steel pipe however you want.
Horse fencing, made from drill-stem pipe, can also be customized with several different types of attached materials like wire, horse wire, barbed wire, hog panels and netting wire.
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We build barb wire fences, wire mesh fences, wood rail fences, 3 rail vinyl fences and more. Over the years we have moved towards replacing wood posts with well stem posts.
Whether it be a line post in your fence or an H brace we recommend going with well stem posts. If your going to spend the money we believe in installing a product that will never rot in the ground.
We build our corners and H braces with steel posts set in concrete, containing a cross-member welded into place. From this point we have a secure point to attach your wire and pull it tight.
Pipe fences in general are best for horse/equestrian & cattle fences, with pipe railings that help contain larger animals.
Overall, pipe fencing can be the ultimate eye appealing fencing solution for your ranch or farm.
The number one goal on each horse fence construction job is to understand and accommodate the needs of the animals, facilities and ranch owners. All fabrication, construction, and installation of braces, steel gates and drill-stem is done on-site.
We can design a fence for you or build a custom fence that meets your needs. We welcome your thoughts and ideas.
Yes. UpTight Fencing will work with Idaho Power to have all utilities located before building. This includes gas, power, electrical, telephone and cable. This service will take place 1 day – 2 weeks prior to fence construction.
No. Idaho Power does not mark private lines. This includes sprinkler lines, pool lines, french drains etc. The customer is responsible for marking any private lines that may be in close proximity to the fence construction. Damage to these lines is not the responsibility of UpTight Fencing.
Crews typically arrive between 7:30 and 9:30 am. We do ask that you are present the first morning to go over any contract and job details with the foreman. We also ask that all fence gates be left unlocked to allow our crews access.
While digging post holes at least 24″ deep, we can incur hard digging conditions. While very rare, if we do come across these conditions we may charge up to $100 per hard digging hole for extra time and labor.
When your job is completed we do prefer for you to walk the fence line with either the foreman or project manager to inspect and approve the work.
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Tony is hard-working & honest. Prices were excellent and the fence is solid, it looks better than expected.
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UpTight Fencing is your best choice for affordable fencing, installation, and custom gates. Our construction experts are committed to completing every job to the highest level of quality and accuracy.
Tony, Kevin and the crew were amazing! They exceeded what I expected, especially with what I could afford....
Tony and the team are hard-working and honest. Prices were excellent and the fence is solid, it looks better than expected. Very happy customer.....
Tony was very responsive to all questions and he and his team did a fantastic job on our fence.