Gate motors come in all shapes, sizes and prices and choosing the right motor for your gate may not be as easy as you think.
The two most important considerations when installing gate motors are how many opening and closing cycles (also called duty cycles) the gate will perform on an average day, taking both vehicle and pedestrian traffic into account and whether the gate motor will be strong enough to pull the weight of your gate.
Underestimate either of these aspects and you will have a motor that will give you endless trouble.
All gates should be fitted with infrared beams to prevent them accidentally closing on vehicles or pedestrians.
We also install anti-lift brackets on sliding gates to prevent them being lifted off their rail and anti-theft brackets on gate motors to prevent battery theft.
Neat is our trademark - we pride ourselves on the quality of our work and as approved/authorised installers for all the leading gate motor brands we always ensure the manufacturers installation guidelines are followed and that cabling is laid according to the appropriate by-laws.