We provide ALL of these services. Our goal is to be your one-stop shop.
- Training or lack of training
- Improper equipment selection
- Lightning or storm related issues
- Poor installation standards
Adjusting limit switches, align photo beams, vehicle loop failures, adjusting gate rollers and trucks on slide gates, fixing stuck hinges and lubricating hinges on swing gates, storm damage, snow removal…they are not plows!
Yes, we utilize a checklist as part of the maintenance package (s) available.
- Swing – Steel, Ornamental Iron, Wood on Steel, Chain Link, and Aluminum
- Slide- Steel, Chain Link and Aluminum
- Vertical Pivot- Steel, Chain Link, Ornamental and Aluminum
- Barrier Arm- Wood or Aluminum
Most systems today have a manual means to open the gate if power goes out.
Gate systems have come a long way as far as surge protection is concerned. With properly installed surge protectors, most surges go unnoticed. HOWEVER, there is no guarantee that your system will never receive damage. Surge protection is akin to life insurance – you should strongly consider obtaining some. Although there is some upfront cost, the long-term benefit may save you tremendously in terms of equipment replacement due to lack of protection. Discuss this with your provider.
With any gate that maybe unattended, such as a horse farm, gated community, farm or even residential, it’s always important to consider a means of access for mail services, (UPS, FEDX) general deliveries. Also most important… responding agencies such as police, fire and EMT services.
It is possible with the older gate systems, but this does require connection to the internet.
Always check with your local authorities regarding a permit.