There’s no better way to increase your home’s security than installing a residential security gate. You may have seen other homes with security gates and wondered about getting one yourself, but you probably have several questions, like what are the benefits of installing a residential security gate? Well, when done right, residential security gates increase the curb appeal of your home. Not only do they look great, but security gates also deter burglars and help safeguard your most valuable possessions. With better curb appeal and heightened security comes increased property value. Residential security gates can add as much as five percent to your home’s value. But, it doesn’t just stop there, so today we’ll look at even more benefits that a residential security gate can provide for your home. (more…)
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What to Consider for a Residential Gate
Aside from the many benefits of having a beautiful and securely-installed fence along your property, you may be considering the addition of a security gate to both protect and furnish the outside of your home. If designed and installed correctly, a good residential gate will not only increase safety for you and your family, but add an elegant polish to the property and increase the overall value of your home. After assessing the need for a new gate to be constructed for your home, there are numerous options and styles to consider. Here, we will look at few which might be best for your home. (more…)
How To Choose The Right High Security Gate For Your Property
Is your facility in need of a security gate? If yes, Hercules Fence is here to install the right one for your facility. We are here to share some valuable tips on choosing a durable security gate.
A business can be in need of a security gate for a variety of reasons. You may need it to prevent your business from neighborhood crime. You may need a security gate to designate your property boundaries. You might want to expand your space and want to make sure your entire new inventory is securely locked away.
No matter you situation, follow the following tips for a quality security gate:
– Make a fence material dish that best suits your business needs. The most basic security gate materials are wood and steel. If you are looking for a durable, visually appealing gate, go for steel. If you are looking for the least expensive material, go for wood but be warned it doesn’t take much for an intruder to break through wood.
– Pick a good style for your gate. There are three general security gate styles you can choose: A barrier gate, sliding gate, or swinging gate. The barrier gate is often used for commercial properties and pay stations on highways. It has a wooden or metal bar blocking. Sliding gates are great for business and residential properties. They are tall, made of steel and block entry until permission is granted. Lastly, swinging gates open outward to grant entrance to property.
– Always consider visual appeal. The best security gates are the ones that can blend with your compound while ensuring your property is well protected. You can protect your property without making it appear as a state penitentiary.
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