Driveway Security Gates

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Driveway Security Gates are an important component of any security system for a home or business. They can be used to protect both commercial and residential properties from unauthorized access. Driveway security gates are available in a variety of styles, from simple chain-link fences to more sophisticated gates and systems and they can be configured to fit nearly any driveway. No matter what type of gate you choose, working with Automatic Gate Company is a great choice to help plan and make sure it is properly installed and maintained. When selecting a driveway security gate, it is important to consider the specific needs of your property. For example, if you live in an area with a high crime rate, you may want to choose a gate that is more difficult to breach. Many driveway security gates also come with a phone app, which allows you to control the gate remotely. You can open the gate for authorized vehicles, and close it when you want to keep strangers out. The best driveway security gates also have a magnetic lock, which keeps the gate firmly in place even if someone tries to force it open. Regular inspections will help to ensure that your security gate remains in good working condition. In addition, it is important to keep the gate area clear of debris so that it can operated smoothly and efficiently. By taking these precautions, you can help to ensure the safety of your property. With proper care, a driveway security gate can provide years of reliable service.

  • Residential Security Gates:  A Residential Security Gate is a great way to add an extra layer of security to your home. There are a variety of different types of driveway security gates available on the market. Adding a driveway security gate to your home is a great way to improve your home security. A driveway security gate can deter burglars and keep strangers off your property. There are many different types of driveway security gates, from simple metal gates to more elaborate gates with electronic keypads or phone apps such as the Nold Open by Eagle Access Control Systems. Some driveway security gates even come with maglocks, which when combined with a Phone App allows you to open and close the gate with the push of a button. No matter what type of driveway security gate you choose, it’s important to make sure that it is installed properly and that it is regularly maintained. By taking these precautions, you can help keep your home safe and secure.
  • Commercial Security Gates: Commercial Security Gates are automatic driveway gates that are designed for businesses with security in mind. They are made of heavy-duty materials and have advanced features, such as telephone entry and keypad entry, that make them more secure. Commercial security gates can be used to protect businesses from theft, vandalism, and other crimes. Proximity card readers and RFID readers are also options to consider, as they allow visitors to scan their ID card or badge in order to gain access. They can also deter trespassers and keep unauthorized vehicles from entering the premises. In addition, commercial security gates can provide a visual barrier that makes it difficult for people to see what is inside the premises. This can add an extra layer of security for businesses that deal with sensitive information or valuable items.
  • Telephone Entry System: A telephone entry system is a telephone-controlled automatic gate or door entry system. It is used in a variety of residential and commercial applications, such as gated communities, apartments, office buildings, and parking garages. A telephone entry system typically consists of a keypad or touch screen for inputting codes, an intercom for communicating with visitors, and a proximity card reader or RFID reader for granting access. Some telephone entry systems also include a phone app such as MYQ for added convenience. Telephone entry systems provide a secure and convenient way to control access to a property. They can also be used to screen visitors and delivery drivers, and to provide instructions in the event of an emergency. Give AGC a call to discuss what the best options are for you.