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You will find easy to understand answers for the common questions on gate repairs here.
Making the perfect choice
Commercial establishments also have gates that protect their commodities and goods. According to experts from Gate Repair West Hollywood, these gates should always be in good condition and installed well for the safety and security of the owners of the commercial establishment. See to it that you get the gate with the best security features installed. Having a good operating gate means security and safety for everyone.
A little carpentry will do
Some have wooden gates and the wood usually get rotten due to wear and tear. Most woods cannot stand the test of time and they get rotten. Experts from Gate Repair West Hollywood suggest you do a rotten gate repair immediately. You take the rotten portion off, put wood fillers or totally change the lumber depending on the condition of your gate.
What is a soft starter?
This is a special start feature integrated into driveway gate openers. Its job is to reduce the electrical current surge in the motor. It helps to protect the motor's sensitive parts and ensures its long useful life, according to the professionals from our company in West Hollywood.
Should I install pedestrian gates?
According to our experts in Gate Repair West Hollywood, pedestrian gates are a must if a particular property requires regular human exit or entry. People can use this pedestrian gate so that you don't have to open the entire gate even when there's no vehicle. This lessens the burden on the main gate and also gives you an emergency entryway in case the main gate malfunctions.
Are bi-parting swing gates a practical option?
Bi-parting swing gates are considered as the most elegant looking gates as they quickly bring to mind the kind of gates used in mansions and other expensive properties. They are great for big properties as they extend up to 32 feet in width. For properties with limited spaces, though, they are not that practical. Sliding gates are doubtlessly better for limited spaces.