Types of Gates

Swing gates open in toward the property and can be activated by a remote control, key fob or keypad. Usually they are attached to either masonry/brick columns on each side of the driveway, or can also be attached to free-standing metal posts.

Both of these options are securely anchored into the ground, so frost or other issues will not affect its operation. Swing gates are typically taller than slide gates, and they provide a better security deterrent.

Your custom designed swing gate can be made from aluminum, steel, iron or wood, and partners perfectly with our selection of quality motors and accessories. Nobody in the industry has a better warranty than Estate Advancements, so you can feel secure that your swing gate will give you many years of worry-free enjoyment.

Slide gates, as the name suggests, slide across your driveway on rollers or a cantilever system that sits just above the ground so that no track is required on your driveway. These gates can either slide directly across or slide telescopically. Sliding gates are especially suited for uneven driveways, such as gravel, or driveways that are on either an uphill or downhill angle. Your custom designed sliding gate can be made from aluminum, steel, iron or wood, and partners perfectly with our selection of quality motors and accessories. Nobody in the industry has a better warranty than Estate Advancements, so you can feel secure that your sliding gate will give you many years of worry-free enjoyment.

Commercial gates provide security and access-control for your business. We can design and manufacture customized security gates from the simple lift-arm to sophisticated electronic access control systems and high-security rigid structures. Estate Advancements commercial gates can bring a stunning entrance to your business that protects both your employees and your company’s assets. Call us and lets discuss how we can bring a higher level of security flexibility to your workplace.