Access Gates

Our access gates come in widths of 3, 4, 5, and 6 feet and in the same heights  as our dog fences (3, 4, 5, and 6 feet). Good-looking, unobtrusive, and reliable, they are the best dog gates available anywhere. They also make excellent gates for swimming pool and garden fences.

All of these gates are made of black round steel pipes and posts. They come as kits with good pictorial assembly instructions, are easily assembled, and include everything you need–including hinges, latches, turnbuckles, gate support posts, etc. The only item not included is fencing material for the gate door, because we don’t know the kind of fencing material you are using and we want the gate to match. Therefore, we ask you to cut the door fencing material from the fencing being used to build your fence and to attach it to the door by means of fasteners provided with the gate.

Regarding width, please select a width about 1 foot wider than the widest piece of heavy gear (riding mower, etc.) that you will need to get through the gate. (If the fence gate will never have to admit anything except dogs and people 3 feet is a fine width.) For driveway gates, select a gate that is most suitable for the width of your driveway at the point where the fence crosses.

When you do the installation, you will get the best dog gate if you put the gate posts in cement footings. That’s because you don’t want these posts to move, something which could cause the gate to stop working. Therefore, while it is not essential to put these posts in cement footings, we definitely recommend it.


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