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Customize wrought iron

Use the options below to design your gate.
(Gates may vary minutely from diagram)


SG-02 Dual SG-02 Solo SG-03 Dual SG-03 Solo SG-04 Dual SG-04 Solo SG-02 Dual SG-02 Solo SG-03 Dual SG-03 Solo SG-04 Dual SG-04 Solo

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Color
- pure matte black
Material
- thick steel alloy
Finish
- premium powder coat
- galvanized

Quality

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Gate installation steps

Click each number as you move through the installation process.

  • StandardGates Install Step 1

    Don't Stress

    Installing our gates without a handyman is simple, but if needed a local one is just a call away.

  • StandardGates Install Step 2

    Choose Location

    Try to leave enough space between the roadway and your gate's location so a car can later safely park while the gate opens. Also for safety concerns make sure that once the gate is fully opened, 90 degrees rotated from its closed state, that none of it will remain pointing into the driveway; this case is particularly event in curved driveways.

  • StandardGates Install Step 3

    Measure The Distances

    Measure the distance between your future columns a few times. We recommend placing a marker on the spots where your columns will go. Proper distances and dimensions are shown in the dynamic diagram at the top of this website.

  • StandardGates Install Step 4

    Dig Two Holes

    Before you start digging, call 811 to ensure you won't hit any underground utility lines. Dig each column hole three feet deep and do not make it perfectly round; this will help prevent the columns from twisting.

  • StandardGates Install Step 5

    Mix Concrete

    When you're mixing the concrete, leave it moderately stiff. If it's soupy, you'll have to brace your posts while they set.

  • StandardGates Install Step 6

    Set Columns

    Place the columns into the holes, fill the holes with concrete, keep measuring to make sure everything is the correct distance, level, and plumb, while cementing, and then let everything set overnight.

  • StandardGates Install Step 7

    Hang the Gate

    You will probably want a helper for this. Mount the gate into the hinges located on our columns and then adjust the hinges with a wrench to fine-tune any unevenness and ensure the gates meet perfectly in the middle.

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About our driveway gates

StandardGates' leadership team has held a strong passion for American ironworks across decades. Now by strategically re-imagining the standard of driveway gates we strive to provide all property owners with the most affordable opportunity to add both security and class to their property. We pride ourselves in knowing that our gates are always the perfect size, the best quality, installed as soon as desired, and at all a wholesale price.




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Our team leaders

StandardGates is growing quickly and strictly hires only those with an unmatched devotion to our customers.

StandardGates Richard Ryan

Richard Ryan

Lead Director

StandardGates Justin Vincent

Justin Vincent

Lead Marketer

StandardGates Ric Ryan

Ric Ryan

Lead Developer

"With their combined disciplines integrated with years of expertise in ironworks, they are the perfect team to continue advancing the gate industry."

Frequently asked questions

If a question you want answered isn't listed below, we'd love for you to contact us.

1 - Which way should the gate swing?

In most cases having the gate swing on away from incoming traffic and into the property is best. If your driveway slopes up too steeply you'll want to have a gate that swings away from the property and toward incoming traffic.

2 - Where should I place my gate?

Toward the end of your desired driveway. You should try to leave enough space between the roadway and your gate's location so a car can later safely park while the gate opens. For safety concerns make sure that once the gate is fully opened, 90 degrees rotated from its closed state, that none of it will remain pointing into the driveway; this case is particularly event in curved driveways. Also look for any objects that might obstruct the gates path, including uneven ground or driveway slope.

3 - Can I hang the gate from columns other than yours?

Of course! Our gates are designed to be "stand alone" and hang from their own set of columns but they can be easily be ordered without columns if you rather hang them from your own. This is slightly more difficult installation and you will need a different hinge system but with the correct expertise it can be done. It is also not unusual for our customer to set our gate columns right behind theirs.

4 - Do you sell automation packages?

Currently we do not but the we certainly plan to in the future. All of our automation solutions will be able to be conveniently installed on all StandardGates previously purchased as well.

5 - Rod Iron, Rot Iron, or Wrought Iron? And what does that mean?

Technically all three! When it comes to iron, rod and rot are just very common misspellings of the word wrought. Wrought iron is almost entirely free of carbon and has a fibrous structure and uniformly distributed slag content. The reason we love and use it is because it's readily welded, high quality, very strong, has a timeless style, and is affordable.

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Customer Support

Feel free to contact us about anything to everything. (650) 614-5008


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