Edinburgh Tall Double Gates
- Brand: BIC
- Product Code: BIC024
- Availability: In Stock
The Edinburgh Tall Double Gates are constructed using solid steel for a traditional wrought iron gate appearance. The decorative scrollwork creates an attractive driveway gate that can be padlocked for security.
|FRAME||30mm x 10mm|
|INFILL BARS||12mm Diameter|
|HINGES & LATCH||Included|
|WIDTH TOLERANCE||+50mm / -10mm|
|FINISH||Black Primed or Galvanised & Powder Coated|
Available in the following options:
- 8ft - Fits gap width 243.8cm (8') - Gate height 198cm (78") - £619.95
- 10ft - Fits gap width 304.8cm (10') - Gate height 198cm (78") - £789.95
Galvanised (Zinc Plated & Black Powder Coated) Finish:
- 8ft - Fits gap width 243.8cm (8') - Gate height 198cm (78") - £709.95
- 10ft - Fits gap width 304.8cm (10') - Gate height 198cm (78") - £879.95
If our standard sizes won't fit, a made to measure service is available for this gate.
Gate posts that are designed to be concreted into the ground and are supplied with the hinges pre-welded to them are available for £69 - Size 70mm (3") square
How to Measure Gates
For the width, measure the gap you have between your walls or posts. If you are replacing an existing gate, do not measure the gate itself as this will not take into account the space for the hinges that are supplied with your gate.
For example, if the measurement between your walls is 10ft. You should order the 10ft gate. If you also require posts, the space taken by the posts will be in additional to the gap required for the gate, so a 10ft gate and 2 x 3in posts will require a total opening of 10ft 6in.
The height measurement of the gate is from the bottom frame to the highest point on the gate.
When installing your gate, remember to allow for ground clearance, typically 50mm (2") or more if your ground slopes.
Fittings. The Edinburgh Tall Double Gates are supplied with hinges, latch and two drop bolts. Please note that the hinges require a flat vertical surface for installation.
Opening Directions. The Edinburgh Tall Double Gates can open in both directions. The latch is fitted to the right gate when viewed from the road.
Square Steel Posts. If you are installing directly onto brickwork, due to the weight of the gates, care should be taken to ensure the brickwork is strong enough to support them. Steel posts which are concreted into the ground are recommended to avoid damage to brickwork.
Primed. With a primed finish, a black undercoat is applied at the factory. The railing will then need to be painted before installation with a suitable exterior metal paint, such as Hammerite, then repainted every 4 or 5 years to protect the metal. This option allows you to paint the railing in any colour of your choice.
Galvanised & Powder Coated. With this option, the steel is electro-galvanised to add a thin layer of zinc on the steel to prevent rust. The railing is then powder coated in a black paint to give a smooth satin finish. This option allows the railing to be installed straight away and will be maintenance free for 5 to 10 years. Once rust starts to show, the railing should be painted with a suitable exterior metal paint such as Hammerite.
|Up to 2 weeks for primed or up to 4 weeks for galvanised finish.|
|Delivery charges apply to Highlands & Islands.|
Surcharge applies for Highlands and Islands