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This is a very popular gate for the protection of businesses and other properties.
When security is a priority, but you want to maximize air circulation, light infiltration and visual access to interior spaces. Access Control recommends Overhead Gates. They come with Wide variety of styles, materials and looks.
Overhead gates are recommended for security against theft, weather, damage and other applications where a space saving, low cost closure is required. No matter how large or small the job or how unusual the application. Access Control Garage Door & Gates has Overhead doors that will meet your individual specifications. Overhead coiling doors and commercial doors are available in different materials including galvanized, prime painted, stainless steel, aluminum, and more.
Our Overhead coiling doors are engineered to meet your specific heavy duty steel doors needs. They are fast action service doors that will hold up for years. Truly the best advantage of Overhead gates is the amazing fact they are self-supporting when mounted on tubes. Project managers can have the grille or closure installed with just the concrete slab and ceiling joists in place. Operation can be manual push-up, crank assisted or motor operated.
Is the most popular gate for residential especially in the Orange County area. You will see sliding gates everywhere. They are quite functional and look nice.
Sliding driveway gates have benefits and drawbacks just as swinging gates and overhead gates do. To decide which is best for your property you need to consider several factors, like the space available, the level of security you want and how much you want to spend. Sliding driveway gates require little room to operate. Nonetheless, the ground does have to be level enough to allow the gate to slide freely. If you have fencing, then the gate simply slides open parallel to the fencing. Any shrubs or other objects may have to be moved.
Sliding Gates presentation welcomes friends into your home while also deterring unwanted intruders. They are available in Sliding or Swing style in Steel or Aluminum. Sliding Driveway Gates have the effect of adding useable space. You will notice that your driveway becomes a fine place to play rather than a hazard. In all, Sliding Gates can add both function and beauty to your home. Sliding Gates will set your home apart from the rest, bringing an extra level of grace to the look and feel of your property. They are not just for security. They are for your exterior design. Pillars offer a perfect backdrop for either intimate or intricate landscape design.
Swinging gates are for specific areas and cannot be used everywhere. There must be room for the gates to swing out and not be in traffic or obstructing pedestrian.
Swing gates come as single or double (bi-parting). A single swing gate is the most economical and easy to install of all gate systems. This also holds true for the automation on single swing gates. Single swing gates have a practical limited width of about 16′. Gates wider than 16′ do exist and gate operators are available to handle 20′ wide gates.
Bi-parting swing gates are considered the most elegant entryways. Bi-parting gates can be much larger; up to 32′. For a clean, well-designed appearance do not allow for more than 1″ space between leafs on bi-parting gates. Grade beams are recommended on bi-parting gates.
There have been reported cases of injuries and kids getting hurt so safety has increasingly become a problem and a concern with electric gates.
Installers, designers, maintenance firms and manufacturers of electric gates, are being urged to seriously consider new safety advice issued by the Health and Safety Executive today, following recent deaths of children involving these gates.
The safety alert points out that limiting the closing forces of gates alone will not provide sufficient protection to meet the relevant standards, and installers must fit additional safeguards to gates in public areas Electric or automatic gates are designed to stop if someone gets in the way, and installers and those maintaining these gates have a real duty to ensure this happens.
They must take their responsibilities seriously to make sure that anti-crushing, shearing and trapping safety protection devices are correctly set and maintained.