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There is no maximum width for a driveway gate, though most range from 14 to 16 feet in width. Our professional installation technicians will work with you to determine the best size and location for your automated driveway gate. We have years of experience overcoming natural and topographic obstacles to make sure your gate is well-matched to the demands of your particular project and property.
Another consideration is gate type. These can range from swing gates, slide gates, barrier arms, and chop gates. For federal buildings, we also construct crash rated gates and bollards. Our team of professionals will assist you in selecting the right gate type for your property.
Wood, metal, and composite gates all offer unique features and advantages. Wood has an earthy, welcoming feel and allows for greater privacy. Metal is highly customizable, extremely durable, and ideal for showcasing your property. Composite gates are eco-friendly and require less upkeep. For more information, see our blog post about choosing the best material for your driveway or visit our resource center.
Yes we can. Our state of the art technology allows us to integrate with most home automation systems (including Savant, Crestron, Control 4, and others), and coordinate everything directly with your AV company to ensure it’s done right.
Absolutely. Our app based telephone entry system not only lets you open your gate remotely, the built-in camera also allows you to see who’s at the gate before granting access.
We stand behind our work. For 25 years, we’ve specialized in maintaining, installing, repairing, and custom-designing automated driveway gates for high profile clients throughout the tri state area. Our gates are custom-made to your exact specifications, they’re trusted by the FBI and the Secret Service, and our trained technicians are on call 24/7 to address any issues day or night.