No matter what the style or age of your property, we have driveway and entrance gates to enhance your home or protect your land. From robust, practical gates that ensure greater privacy and security, to more traditional or ornate gates that improve your property’s kerb appeal, NailedIt Fencing will supply and install the design of your choice.
Entrance gates provide a secure and often decorative frame to a driveway, courtyard, garden, or any open space such as a field or a pathway. We can help you choose from wrought iron, wood or timber gates, depending on your need for privacy, security or simply for decorative appeal.
Wooden driveway gates
Hardwood is an especially durable material for entrance gates – the iroko field gates below will stand the test of time and they enhance the tradition, rustic appearance at the entrance to this customer’s property. Oak is another wonderful hardwood to use at the entrance to your home, giving a timeless style and a feeling of solidity, especially when coupled with traditional ironmongery.
Iroko hardwood field gates
Oak hardwood entrance gates
A pair of close-board gates at the entrance to your driveway is a practical option when greater privacy is required.
You can also choose from a range of more decorative entrance gates, such as those shown in the photo below. Some styles are designed to look just as good from the front or the back, so you’ll get a great view from the street and from your home.
Decorative entrace gates
Gates can be matched to existing fencing, but they’ll look just as good set between neat hedging.
Metal driveway gates
Decorative, functional or both? Metal driveway gates in iron or steel give you a range of options, as you can see from some of the examples in our gates gallery.
Swing or sliding driveway gates?
We’re happy to advise you if you’re not sure which is most suitable. Traditional homes tend to opt for single or double wooden swing gates, depending on the width of their driveway. Commercial premises often choose sliding metal entrance gates for ease of use.
No two driveways are the same. We can adjust for sloping driveways by setting gates at just the right level to prevent catching or dragging, while still maintaining a professional and neat finish.