Gate Opener Repair
Customer Issue: Mrs. Gump’s swiveling gate started opening itself more slowly, and then lost the ability to open all the way at all.
Our Solution: Since there was nothing wrong with the swivel gate’s frame or upper posts, and it had an underground opener, we had to do some digging. When we dug up the opener, we found that its insulation was wet and disintegrated, and there was dirt getting inside and ruining opener thermoregulation. Cleaning the opener out and replacing the insulation with stronger composite lining solved the problem.
New Iron Gate Installation
Customer Issue: Our customer had ordered a 14-foot wrought iron swing gate in black color and required professional installation.
Our Solution: We set up the posts securely, welded the hinges firmly and installed the panels, ensuring they were perfectly even and moved freely over the driveway surface.
Customer Issue: The sliding gate was making a loud scraping noise while opening and closing.
Our Solution: The driveway gate chain was dry and loose, so we greased it and tightened it to have a slack of just over 1.5 inches for optimal performance.
Gate Opener Installation
Customer Issue: Mr. Ward had bought an underground gate operator requiring professional installation.
Our Solution: We determined the best place for the DoorKing 6400 mechanical underground opener, set it inside the protective enclosure, connected it to the gate and to the power source and programmed the controls.