Gates help us to confine space and preserve privacy, no different to how we use rooms to divide different areas of the house. Gates provide us with a point of entry, usually the very first entry to a building or property, which is why it is important to find the right kinds of Gates for our projects, to best reflect on the intent and purpose of the image and grace with which we are trying to convey.
Simple Steel Gates are easy to assemble and look grand on simple walls within residential areas. Sliding Gates come in hundreds of different options and sizes which are customised depending on your needs. They can weigh anywhere between 400kg, all the way up to 2,500kg for extra protection in case of accident. Many of our Gates even come with remote controls for easy exit and entry into our buildings or carparks.
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