Your chain link fence is only as secure as the pedestrian or vehicle gate that closes it. We offer custom-built gate installation for a closure that fits your fence and the land it sits on. We offer a wide range of chain link and privacy chain link gates, and each one starts out in our 5,000 square-foot facility as raw materials.
Before gate installation, our staff will come out and measure your existing fence or the gate opening for a new fence. Each gate is cut, notched, and welded so you get a gate that is as durable and secure as the rest of your fencing.
The Right Gate for You
We can build anything from 4-foot walk-through pedestrian gates and 12-foot double swing vehicle gates to 20-foot rolling gates, and every size in between. Double swing gates are great if you need vehicle access and may be less expensive than a rolling gate of equivalent in size. If your ground-quality is hard and smooth, then rolling gates are perfect as a vehicle opening used on a daily basis, even on wide driveways when using a “pinch roller” style gate. For driveways larger than 22-feet wide, the installation of 2 rolling gates that meet in the middle of the opening is attractive and easy to use.
Gate Installation Done Right
If you’d like to know more about gate installation, check out our FAQs for "Chain Link Gates 101" or call to schedule a quote from one of our fencing professionals today.
- Get written estimate
- Sign contract
- Schedule start date
- One-Two weeks to start
- Day 1 set posts
- 2-4 business days in between setting posts and stretching wire/hanging gates
- Day 2 stretch wire and or hang gates
- Allows easier access to your property
Upon getting a written quote from our salesmen and once the contract has been signed, we would then schedule a date to start. Depending on how busy we are at that particular time, will depend on how long it would take us to start. Most Jobs take one day to set all the posts, then one day to stretch all the wire and hang the gates.
NOTE: Usually, 2-4 business days between start and finish date for the concrete to cure properly and for time to build your gate(s).