High quality made to measure products
Light, sturdy and durable construction
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10 reasons to use our aluminium gates?
Lightweight & Strong
The key attributes of aluminium gates are that they are light, strong and once powder coated very resistant to corrosion.
Industry Leading Experience
The gate designs that we produce are based on extensive, industry leading experience in the manufacture and installation of all types of gates with particular knowledge about what the requirements are for automated gates.
Made for you
Each gate is uniquely designed to individual specifications and drawn up using CAD. This allows our customers to get an accurate idea of how the gate will look and also provides important technical information often needed for other associated works.
Easy to automate
Designed by automatic gate installers with over 40 years of experience, our gates are perfectly suited for swing or sliding automation systems.
Handmade by skilled craftsmen
Once the gate design has been signed off, the gates are handmade to exacting individual requirements by skilled craftsmen.
In conjunction with our partners, SAPA, based in the West Midlands, we have developed the technically demanding procedure of producing our own unique extrusions using high quality aluminium sourced from the UK.
Aside from an occasional wash, they’re maintenance free. They don’t warp, rot or split like wooden gates and they are not prone to rust or need galvanising like steel gates.
They are a cost-effective and superior alternative to other types of gates of similar design.
Modern Production Facility
Our gates are produced in a modern purpose designed high quality facility based in the east midlands close to excellent transport links.
Made in the UK
We produce the highest quality aluminium gates in the country. With every aspect of our gates sourced from within the UK.
5 tips to help you measure up properly
HINTS & TIPS FACTSHEET COMING SOON
TOP TIP: When measuring, a useful procedure to aid accuracy is to measure a gap (or length of something) first in one direction and then swap over and measure in the opposite direction. It’s amazing how often this can reveal a fault with a measurement reading such as a transposed number. You can even ask a colleague to double check your readings.