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Gates

How to Get a Quote

No one wants to wait. We can get you a quote remotely for your gate if you email us these three things (office@mikesfences.com):

  1. A picture of where the new gate is going to go     

  2. Rough measurements of the opening                  

  3. The style you want to go with (see below options)

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Select a gate style to view what we can build.

Then, click the "Get a Quote" button when you're ready to go!

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Gate Styles

When it comes to gates, there is a huge variety to choose from.

At Mike's Fences, we specialize in two styles of gates:

• Modern (Horizontal or Vertical Slat)

• Traditional (Cap&Trim or Dog Ear)

Modern

Traditional

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Add-Ons

Add-ons are a great way to take a gate to the next level. Metal frames dramatically increase the strength and longevity of the gate. Stain/paint can make the wood pop. And of course handles add functionality and style.

Metal Frame (backside)
Metal Frame (backside)
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Key Handle
Key Handle

$400-$500

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Stain
Stain
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Paint
Paint
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ready for the next step?

Things to consider:

  • What is the look I am going for? What is the primary goal of the gate? 
    We build a lot of traditional gates that will attractively blend into your home or more modern gates that will make your neighbors do a double-take every time they drive by. In any case, the gate will function as a layer of security to your home.

  • What is my budget for the project?
    Our most budget-friendly gates are the Dog Ear and Cap&Trim styles, while Horizontal gates with custom welded frames tend to require a larger investment.

  • How big do I need my gate?
    Gates over 48" wide we will generally recommend a custom welded metal frame for structural support. Usually trash cans will fit through an opening of 42".

  • What is my layout? 
    Check out the diagram below to think about how a gate will fit into your home.

Gate Layout