Caring For Wooden Gates
The best finish for any timber product other than such as Iroko is a micro porous water based stain or paint, this is absorbed by the wood and it provides a water resistant finish that lets the timber “breathe” as is goes through the seasons and will not flake and expose unprotected surfaces as does a solvent based paint that sits on top of the timber and never becomes a part of it.
To provide maximum protection we would recommend a sealer followed by a base coat followed by a top coat, all our doors and windows are given the equivalent of 8 brush coats which is applied by airless spray and have a 10 year guarantee.
The ideal would be a sealer then 2 base followed by 2 top coats, a top coat re application every couple of years would give your gate a greatly extend life.
Drag the sliders to set width and height of gate, or gap if buying posts too
Gap Width: *see above*
CM = 91 cm
CM = 91 cm
Please Note! Specify the width of your gate or the width of the gap if you are having gate posts.
Do You Require Gate Posts?
Please Note! If you select gate posts the width of these will automatically be taken into consideration with the gate width.
What Type of Wood Do You Require?
Accessories - Gate Hinges and Latch?
Gate Hardware Info
The gate accessories set includes a latch and hinges which are available in either Black Japanned or Galvanised finishes.
|Black Japanned Gate Latch||Galvanised Gate Latch|
|Black Japanned Gate Hinge||Galvanised Gate Hinge|
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