Types of Gates and Uses for Gates
Gates can have various functions from being purely ornamental to providing privacy, security and safety. Types of gates include:
• Pool Fencing Gates
• Pedestrian Gates
• Perimeter Fencing Entry Gates
• Entry Gates for Block Walls
• RV Gates
• Rolling Gates
• Courtyard Gates
• Custom Gates
Gates Add Style and Security
Quality gates give the benefit of added security to your property. Why have an open driveway when you can have a beautiful, custom made wood and wrought iron rolling gate to protect your family and possessions? Even an artfully styled wrought iron courtyard gate adds an extra measure of security to your home, while expressing your unique style. Replacing an old gate in your block wall is a simple way to add a fresh new look that will enhance your property.
When shopping for gates, look for knowledgeable sales and design professionals who can help translate your ideas into the customized product you’ve been dreaming of, while maintaining the highest quality. They should also be familiar with local building code requirements and pool safety regulations to ensure top return on your custom gate investment.
Selecting a Gate Company
Choose a company that is experienced and has complete control over the manufacturing process. These types of gate companies can ensure the work is being done properly, and by eliminating middle-men they can pass on savings to the consumer. Top quality materials should be used, and the fabricators should inspect the gates to maintain the highest standards at every step of the manufacturing process. You’ll also want to ensure that hardware and accessories for your gates are top quality.
One such Arizona gate company is DCS Industries. “Our manufacturing process is a step by step quality control process, ensuring every piece we make is of the highest quality. We have our own metal shop, so we can do pretty much anything the homeowner needs where fencing and gates are concerned. Imagination is the only limitation.”
Installation of your gates should be done by an experienced, licensed fencing contractor. Ideally, you will be able to work with one company that can start with concept and design, manufacture the gates and do the installation, so that quality and consistency are guaranteed from start to finish.