Our custom gates are designed to fit your needs and your outdoor space perfectly. Often times, clients will request custom gates in their already existing fence or if they’re planning on installing a new one and want easier access to their yard from the fence. Custom gates allow this to happen and can be integrated in any size you like. Some prefer monogrammed gates that are automatic while others simply want manual gates that they can access from the side of the house. Whatever you choose, we’ve got a large selection of ideas to choose from that’ll give you some inspiration into your new custom gate project.
If you have a perimeter fence that you’d like to add a custom gate to, we recommend finding the best location on the sides or back of your home to add a gate. These kinds of gates are usually manual, as in they need to physically be opened at the gate, and allow for you to enter the backyard through a locked gate or keypad entrance. Perimeter fences border the outside of your landscape so adding a custom gate anywhere may not serve the best purpose or be practical when actually put into use. We can help you decide in finding the best location for a custom gate on a perimeter fence where you can easily access your yard best.
Entrance gates are another form of custom gates that many clients look at for their outdoor space. Most custom gates are automated and surround your driveway as well, included with a sensor so that they open via a control device on the outside or with a control of when you enter the premises. Entrance gates typically include one large fenced door or two that open from the inside to easy access. If you’d like to customize your gate even further, you can consider a colored or painted gate, as well as monogrammed letters to personalize the gate more.
Agricultural gates are those that are usually installed in an agricultural fence which helps keep animals and livestock in place. By considering a gate in your agricultural fence, you’re looking at one that contains visibility and is usually quite easy to enter as the rest of the fence itself. Since most agricultural fences are built to keep livestock in one location, they don’t provide enhanced security unless lined with extra measures. This is usually not applied to the gate itself so as not to hurt those who enter through the gate.
Landscaping are those that are installed to compliment your landscape and add some dimension to the rest of your fence. Landscape gates are a great way to add some breaks in your fence and even some patterns or designs to enhance the appearance of your outdoor space or landscape. Painting your landscape gates can add depth and character, while also giving your fence the appearance of a serene garden setting.