Driveway Gates, part two

12 Nov

Double gate in Satin Khaki

Do you have a really  W-I-D-E  driveway at your home or business that could benefit from being “gated”?DRIVE trackGate

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Most folks think of fence gates as the little 4- or 6-foot wide, hinged gates you see on a quaint white picket fence.  But if your dreams of a gated driveway involve spanning several feet of property, have we got news for you!

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Now you can span wide spaces, such as for stately drives, business and delivery entrances, municipal properties, parks, etc., with a single swing, double swing, track, or cantilevered gate.  With today’s advanced technology in hinges, counter weights, cantilever mechanisms, and improved materials (think STRONG) — your dreams of an impressive gate can now become reality!

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What is a cantilever gate (shown here) and how does it work?  A cantilever gate is a counter-balanced sliding gate that does not require a track along the length of the opening.  The gate is supported by rollers which slide in a tubular track fitted to the bottom of the gate.

Want to see a cantilevered gate in action? Stop by our newly remodeled location at 619 Bethlehm Pike (Route 309) in Montgomeryville PA — our driveway / parking lot showcases a beautiful example of one in black aluminum with gold finnials.

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