Affiliations and Credentials

American Fence Association (AFA)

American Fence Association

AFA is the largest professional association representing the fence, deck, and railing industry, with members in every state in the U.S. and in Canada. With access to over 25,000 industry-specific education and training materials, along with opportunities to grow business and improve profitability, AFA members enjoy the opportunity of peer-to-peer networking and resource sharing through chapter membership and annual events like FENCETECH.

Blue Ribbon Company (AFA)

American Fence Association

In order to maintain their commitment to Setting the Standard of Excellence, the AFA designated outstanding fencing businesses with Blue Ribbon Company status. Blue Ribbon Companies demonstrate the highest ethical and professional standards in the industry and are actively engaged for the advancement of the profession. Forever Fence & Rail is proud to hold this honor!

Certified Fence Professional

American Fence Association

The Certified Fence Professional (CFP) designation recognizes individuals who have a good understanding of specifications, product quality and installation techniques that help assure a first-class product for the customer. The program increases fence professionals' awareness of the fence industry and their community.

American Fence Association

Certified Automated Gate Systems Designer

The Certified Automated Gate Systems Designer (CAGSD), administered by the Institute of Door Education and Accreditation (IDEA), offers professionals the ability to distinguish themselves from competitors through increased knowledge and more experience with automated gates.

North Coast Building Industry Association

North Coast Building Industry Association (NCBIA)

The North Coast Building Industry Association (NCBIA) has been a part of the growth and economic development of the Erie, Huron and Lorain communities since 1944. Members are builders, remodelers, tradesman and associated professions who represent the residential construction industry.

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