Automated Gate Installation

During the installation of your new Automated Gate System or Electric Sliding Gate, we always try to keep the disruption to yourself’s and your property to the bare minimum.
W
e have our own in-house fully qualified electricians, builders and ground crews. All our crews pride themselves on the quality of their work.
We are happy to work with and communicate directly with any other contractors who are working on site.

Gate Pillars

Are the most important aspect of a Automated gate system - They need to be large and strong enough to deal with all the stresses that a gate system can induce. If the system is being installed on to pre-existing pillars then our crews will reenforce them internally using steel rods and braces. If we are installing new pillars then they will be designed and built to withstand all the stresses they could face from the new system.

Walls / Fences

Customers will often take the opportunity of having a automated gate system or electric sliding gates installed to increase the width of their driveway or improve the aesthetics or security of their boundary walls or fences.

Drive ways

Depending of the lay of the land it is sometimes necessary to level off the area surrounding the new automatic gates. Our crews always leave the driveway whenever possible in the same or better condition than when they found it. Customers sometimes will take this opportunity to upgrade their driveway.

Trenching

Trenching is often needed to take cable runs (signal and power cables) back to the control box and main site buildings. We pride ourselves on the ability to hide any trenching that occurs.

  • Brick Drive - Our crew will remove the bricks from the drive, trench underneath them and then relay the bricks.
  • Grass - Our crew will take up the turf and then relay it  afterwards.
  • Gravel -The gravel will be removed and then put back after the trenching has been completed.
  • Tarmac - Unfortunately it is almost impossible to match old and new tarmac, but our crews will endeavor to make any trenching as small and discreet as possible.
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