Expert Equi-Fence Installation in Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho


Equi-Fence Horse Fencing Experts in the Spokane Area

Equi-Fence was specifically designed and engineered for horses, making it the safest option on the market for equine containment. One of the easiest fencing styles to maintain and service because the ends are attached to spring-loaded ratchets, once it’s built all you need is a set of pliers and a crescent wrench to tighten it. In addition to its safety and ease of maintenance, Equi-Fence is by far the most economical option for equine containment – as much as 50% less expensive than other popular options.

  • Highly visible wire helps prevent animal entanglement
  • Large diameter smooth coating minimizes animal injury risk
  • High-stress crack & UV-resistant pipe-grade polyethylene ensures long life
  • Steel core provides effective power transmission with minimum voltage drop
  • Electrically conductive polymer ensures power is maintained along the line
  • Resistance: 56 Ohms per mile

Wide Range of Animal Fencing of All Kinds

While Equi-Fence horse fencing is a specialty of ours, we also offer other animal fencing options including fixed knot fencing, Gallagher power fencinghorse rail fencing, power and rail fencing, post and board fencing, vinyl ranch rail fencing, and deer and elk fencing. If you need ranch, farm or other rural fencing, our technicians have the skill and experience to get the job done right regardless of your project’s terrain and specifications. We also provide superior custom panelsgates & entryways and rock drilling in the greater Spokane area. Contact us to request a free estimate today!

Equi-Fence Installation Specialists in the Greater Spokane Area

Serving the communities of Spokane, Airway Heights, Medical Lake, Cheney, Opportunity, Veradale, Liberty Lake, Trentwood, Post Falls, Greenacres, Spangle, Chewelah, Davenport, Sandpoint, Hayden, Kellogg, St. Maries, Colfax, Newport, Pullman, Moscow, Ritzville, Rathdrum, Coeur D’Alene, Deer Park, Priest River, Colville, and Kettle Falls