Commercial Gates in Fargo, ND
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Spend more time enjoying your gate than maintaining it. When it comes to building commercial gates in Fargo, we source only the highest quality of materials, which we acquire from vendors around the globe for excellent prices. The savings we earn from our purchases we then pass onto our customers. When you purchase from us, you will not only receive a gate that is not only affordable but also long lasting.
Our staff consists of certified industry professionals who know the ins and outs of commercial gates in Fargo. Swing gates, cantilever gates, rolling gates — pick one that suits the needs and aesthetics of your property, and we will fabricate and install it for you. If you need help with design, we can assist you.
Gate security is not only aesthetically appealing but also protective, helping keep out intruders.
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Commercial Gates in Fargo, ND
As the #1 gate company in Fargo, North Dakota, we specialize not only in gate installation but also repair and maintenance. Servicing thousands of gates across the American Midwest, we’ve developed the skills and expertise — and gathered all the necessary equipment — to tailor each product to the needs of the individual customer. Each gate goes through a number of hands: visualized by computer aided designers, assembled by certification fabricators using materials from eight different facilities, and installed by thoroughly trained experts. The number of projects we can tackle are virtually endless: from 100′ slide gates for airports in Fargo to two-won ornamental swing gates at the governor’s mansion.
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Also known as sliding gates, these protective barriers do not touch the ground and are instead supported by rollers. The rollers are in turn rigged to large posts set to one side of the gate entrance. Cantilever gates have tail sections — approximately one half the length of the gate opening — used for support when in the closed position. Adequate storage space is likewise important, needing to be equal to the sum of the opening and tail sections. Cantilever gates are compatible with all types of fencing, provided there’s a frame made of steel or aluminum. Cantilever gates may also be built to look like Estate swing gates or covered with vinyl, wood, etc. Check out America’s Gate Company’s in-depth guide on how to select your cantilever gate.
Double swing gates in Fargo, ND can be constructed for wood, chain, ornamental, and vinyl fencing. They can be used with motorized gate operators in driveway entrances, allowing you to control access to your property. Control devices for access systems include card readers, keypads, and garage style transmitters. What’s more, your gate can be programmed to close automatically after a vehicle enters the property. It can likewise be programmed to open again automatically when a vehicle leaves.
Swing gates are constructed with average widths of 3-20′, though even smaller varieties can reach over 100′ in length. For swing gates situated around swimming pools, self-closing and latching hardware can be incorporated.
Rolling gates operate upon a wheel and do not require a “tail” in the manner of cantilever gates. For this reason, rolling gates are ideal for situations with limited space. Rolling gates with a V-Groove track and wheel assembly might also incorporate automated gate access control.
Overhead Track Gates
Overhead track gates utilize I-beams or bar truss systems that extend over the gate opening and run the length on either side. The I-beam or bar truss is typically placed within the neighborhood of 14’ above the opening. Trollies are attached to and above the gate and run along the I-beam or track. The number of trollies needed depends on both the length and weight of the gate. Access control may be used to safely open and close the gate. Overhead track gates are extremely reliable, fully supported as they travel through the opening from the track.
Vertical Lift Gates
Vertical lift gates are practical for situations with no storage on either side of the gate’s opening. It also works for scenarios where swing gates are not feasible. Vertical lift gates are common in industrial applications due to each end featuring columns tall enough to clear the gate from semi-truck traffic. Utilizing counterbalance weights or springs like those found in garage doors, these gates can lift up and down via an electric gate operator.
Vertical Pivot Gates
Vertical pilot gates are a common choice for sites that don’t have storage space for slide gates. They’re also popular in areas with considerable snowfall, so these are gates tend to withstand the blistering North Dakota winters. A single vertical pivot gate panel fills the opening; on one end at the panel’s base, the gate panel has a pivot point with an axle assembly mounted to the gate operator. On this same end, a set of springs is attached at the top of the panel, running from the gate panel into the rear of the gate operator. Adjoining the attachment point of the springs is the gate operator’s mechanical arm. When in the full open position, the panel rotates 90 degrees.
Our swing gates come with a variety of 180-degree hinges. All self-closing and even capable of lifting the gate as it opens. Options on latches include keyed, self-latching, self-locking, push button, magnetic, etc.
- Obstructions. Any obstructions in the path the gate travels? When opening the gate, will it interfere with on-coming or parked vehicles.
- Proximity to roadways. Will the gate or the gate travel cause traffic jams or accidents? Is it too close in proximity to traffic?
- Adjoining elevations. Does the ground rise or fall under the travel of the gate? Will this interfere with the gate travel?
- Wind load. Is this gate subject to high winds? Has it been engineered to remain structurally sound?
- Local codes. Does the local building inspector allow you to install this gate? Will it interfere with public travel?
- Overhead obstructions. Will my gate allow semi-truck traffic to travel under the track above?
Still have questions about gates in Fargo, ND? Our fencing and gate experts can tell you all you need to know.