Your new fence from A&O Texas Solutions is not complete without a gate. Not only do you want your new gate to match the rest of your fence, but you want it to be strong, safe, and durable. When it comes to gates, our specialists work hard to ensure that all hinges and latches are secured and reinforced to avoid ripping through the wood. If you are looking for a high-quality gate, contact the professionals at A&O Texas Solutions today.
A&O Texas Solutions offers beautiful stained, all-wood gates. All-wood gates are a hardy and affordable solution for any family. Reinforced with wooden beams, these gates, with proper maintenance, will last your family for about 10 years. If you are looking to install an all-wood fence gate, contact A&O Texas Solutions today.
Gates with Metal Frames
If you are looking to invest in a gate that is built to last, then we highly recommend our gates with galvanized steel frames. Reinforced by metal, these gates can stand up against severe weather and do not suffer from typical wear and tear over time. They are created with heavy-duty drop rods and self-closing hinges, and strengthened with diagonal bracing, which significantly reduces the risk of sagging.
Types of Gates
Custom Wood Gates
If you have a specific way that you want your gate to open then A&O Texas Solution’s custom wood gates are for you. Our fencing specialists work with you to design and construct the perfect gate to meet your specific needs. Contact us today for more information about our custom wood gates options.
Swing gates are gates that open and close in either direction, allowing for your gate to open in the direction that is most convenient for you.
Rolling or Sliding Gates are the perfect solution for when your property does not have enough space or it makes more of an inconvenience to install a swing gate. Rolling gates are set on a track and they roll back, overlapping your fence so they take up less space. These types of fences are perfect for smaller properties and commercial buildings.
Standard gates perfectly match the look and style of the fence design you have chosen and generally swing open in only one direction. These fences are an economical option for a homeowner looking to stay on a budget.
Double gates add extra security by giving you control over whether you open one or both gates. They connect in the middle and have the ability to be included with automation.
Automation of Wood Gates
If you like the convenience of opening your gate with a push of a button, A&O Texas Solutions can help as our galvanized steel wood gates are strong enough to support automation. The strain from the arms is not a problem for our welded steel frames. They provide the perfect place to install the operator arms, as the steel can take more pressure than wood. Due to the strength of galvanized steel, you won’t have to worry about the wood snapping or the arms warping. All of our motors we use for automation are from LiftMaster.
Liftmaster is one of the premiere companies in automation technology. Their products have been used with garage doors and gates. They withstand great strain and can support gates that weigh up to 800lbs. They meet all UL 325 safety standards and boast a long battery life.
Wood Gate Safety Precautions
Wood gates are heavy and can create a potentially dangerous situation for little ones. With a dedication to safety, A&O Texas Solutions offers jammer installation, which creates a barrier and prevents fingers from being pinched while trying to open the gate. These jammers are installed on the latches and over hinge points.
Gates can sustain damage due to repeated use. All-wooden gates suffer from cracking support beams or sagging over time. While galvanized steel reinforced gates last longer, they often need to be treated for rust. If you are looking for someone to help you repair your gate to tip-top shape, you can rely on the specialists at A&O Texas Solutions.
If you are looking for a company that puts you and your family first when installing a new gate, contact the experts at A&O Texas Solutions. We take extra care when building our fences and gates to ensure that they are of the highest quality and that they make safety a top priority. Contact our team today for more information and to get a free estimate on your new gate installation.