Here at G&G we have Many different styles of garden gates. Our most popular one is the feather edge gate, this is hand made in Dartford in Kent using the best premium wood. This will match our close board fence panel. We also sell a tongue & grove gate that is also hand made using premium wood. All our wooden gates are fully framed and come in a standard 3ft x 6ft size. If this is not the size you need you can always give us a call as we can make them made to measure. A great addition to our garden gates are gate mate locks that are easy to install and come with 5 keys with full fitting instructions. Don't forget you also need hinges for you install. If you need any help or information we would be more than happy to help you. You can call us on 01322787312 or fill in a contact form. please take a look at our videos below this will give you a better view on our products. To see our delivery options please see our delivery page.
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A T&G gate (tongue and groove gate) are made from pressure treated T&G wood. They look great and they are very strong. They come in pressure treated green/natural or brown.
The feather edge gate is perfect if you want to match the closeboard fence panels. This gate comes pressure treated in both green and brown.
A picket garden gate are perfect for front gardens. They will also match our picket fences and come pressure treated in green/natural or brown. Also in pointed top or round top
The Buckinghamshire garden gate (Also known as the Omega garden gate) is perfect if install with our Buckinghamshire fence panels ( Also known as Omega fence panels. You will also need round hinges with these gates.
Yes, all our garden gates are fully pressure treated.
Yes it can! Painting treated fencing wood will not only help you achieve your ideal aesthetic but also gives the wood an additional layer of protection, which is always good.
Most treated timber is still “wet” from the treatment and needs time for the chemicals in the wood to settle and dry. You will notice, the wood is heavy and will still feel damp to the touch. If primer or paint is added to it at this point, there is every likelihood that it will be rejected by the water-based chemicals that are still working their way through the wood.
It is important to allow the timber to dry out fully before attempting to add paint or primer. This can be a lengthy process and may even take up to a few weeks depending on where the wood is stored. If there is too much heat and direct sunlight, this can cause the treated timber to warp instead of dry out. Damp conditions can also prolong the drying-out period.
We recommend 1 to 2 inches under the gate.
Yes, collection is available, we have a warehouse and showroom in Northfleet In Kent.
Here is our address:
Northfleet Industrial Estate