All of our steel gates are bespoke and hand made to the customers order. Here is some more information about the manufacturing standard of our steel gates.
The Ilkeston Gate, a wrought iron style square section gate with an angular style.
The Melton Mowbray is a popular flat top steel design with a subtle decorative rise at either end of the top. Flat topped gates often look better than curved gates when they are lined through with railing panels, adds interest and avoids the gate looking completely rectangular.
Another example of the Melton Mowbray Gate
This gate has a very slight curve rising to the center, roughly 100mm over a 4m gateway. The effect is subtle but still noticable
The Chesterfield gates is a bifolding pair of pedestrian gates showing some laser cut stainless steel decorative plate. We can add this kind of detail to any gate steel or wooden.
A steel gate with a double middle rail and serpentine curved double top rail
The Chesterfield gate is a antique wrought gate, we can replicate this using modern galvanised mild steel materials whilst maintaining the same traditional aesthetic.
A pair of five bar gates made in steel and powder coated white. Our customer with a busy stables wanted a five bar gate in white but wanted them to easy to wash down clean with a pressure washer, this was our suggested solution. Sadly this photograph was taken before the drives final tarmac was layed.
The Stoke-On-Trent is a very decorative gate with double mid rails and a double top bow. It is a traditional looking wrought iron style gate and looks good in black with the decorative features dry brushed in gold.
The Alfreton is quite minimalist and angular design with the addition of prominent and large fleurs-de-lis. The eye is drawn to the rows of fleurs along the top rail and mid rail of the gate.
The Burton on Trent gate is a flat gate topped with hoops