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10 things to consider when installing electric gates

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Installing Electric Gates

In the first part of this two-part blog article we have tried to place much of the emphasis on using a professional gate manufacturer and installer when it comes to choosing the right electric gates. However while here at TPS Electric Gates & Doors Ltd we pride ourselves on the quality of all our wooden gates and electric gates, the service we offer our valued clients and customers goes way beyond basic manufacture and installation. Even before a design has been chosen and the manufacturing process has begun, there is a great deal to be taken into consideration that you may not have thought about or even never crossed your mind.

What we try and avoid is that situation where you say “I wish I’d thought of that before…” as hindsight is a wonderful thing. However with over 20 years’ experience in fitting electric gates, we are confident that we can cover every possible eventuality for you and ensure that once your new wooden gates or metal gates have been fitted, you will be delighted with them in every way possible. So, with regard to our list of 10 things to consider before having electric gates installed, let’s deal with the final 5 points:

TPS Gates & Doors Ltd for electric gates, wooden gates, metal gates, driveway gates, entrance gates

TPS Gates & Doors Ltd for electric gates, wooden gates, metal gates, driveway gates, entrance gates

Perhaps this might be seen as overselling our services, but it really does pay to have gates made and installed by a professional company such as TPS. We have been established for over 20 years now and the main reason for that is the quality of our workmanship and the value we provide to our clients and customers. The manufacturer of a mass-produced gate isn’t going to be worried about the state of your gate in 2 years’ time and you are very unlikely to get anyone to come and look at it once installed if there is a problem.

That’s right, at TPS the relationship doesn’t stop the day your new electric gates have been fitted. We will carry out regular maintenance if required. In the unlikely event of a problem, we will be straight out to investigate and we will do our best to put any problems right. Want to know more? Then why not give us a call and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. And finally….. According to an article in the Daily Telegraph, “The Association of British Insurers say that most insurers will give a small reduction for household insurance on a gated site”, which makes a lot of sense.