Protecting Your Home with Privacy Gates

Want to upgrade your privacy and security? You can keep your home free of unsolicited salespeople, missionaries, unexpected guests and criminal activities by adding a custom-made gate from A1-Fence.

These gates cross your driveway and can be set to open at the touch of a button. They can also be attached to any fence we build for you here at A1 Fence company.

Should a fence gate open in or out? 

Your gate should always swing inward. It should always move towards your property so that they don’t hit your car or your guest’s cars when you move through. 

Every gate we build is designed to keep you and your property safe, and we’ll ensure that it follows all safety guidelines. 

How big should your driveway gate be?

It will depend on the size of your driveway. Most driveway gates come in sizes ten feet, twelve feet, fourteen feet, or sixteen feet. 

Here in Wisconsin, driveway gates may not exceed a height of six feet. Some municipalities have even stricter guidelines depending on where the gate will be located.

You can trust us to work with your local permitting office, ensuring that your driveway gate does not break any local ordinances. 

How much does a fence gate cost?

While we always remind people that individual installations can differ, and that a free quote is the best way to set up your own fence gate budget correctly, we can at least give you a ballpark. Most of our driveway gate installations cost anywhere from $4000 to $8000.

The price can depend on the size of the gate you choose, the materials you want, the style of the gate you want, and any custom requirements that we have to adhere to while building your gate.

You can, of course, also bundle the building of your driveway gate into the building of your brand new fence. The driveway gates we build go great with our Northern White Cedar fences, and are designed to fit right into the decor. 

Contact us today to get started.

See also:

5 Ways to Turn Your Yard into a Vacation Spot

How to Make Your Home More Secure

Present a Fence Proposal to Your HOA

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