So today we were in county Waterford to fit a set of wrought iron gates for a client.We had previously visited this house and had a long discussion with the client about the style of gates to be fitted.The client had done a lot of research and had decided on this particular design for her gates.
Its always good to deal with people who know what they do or don’t like,and who can also recognise the quality and workmanship of a particular set of gates.We were also fitting a Faac overground automation system and keypad.
After our initial visit where we took measurements and levels, we went back to our workshop and began fabricating the gates.Once we had them fabricated, they were sent to be galvanised.This is one of the most important aspects of gate fabrication as the galvanising process prevents the future rusting of the metal.Once we got the gates back from galvanising, we then thoroughly cleaned them down and coated them in the chosen color.
We then fitted the gates and commissioned the automation system,using our P.S.A. Licensed installers.It is a legal requirement to use P.S.A. Licensed installers to commission automation systems.The client was absolutely delighted to come home and find her gates fitted and her automation system completed.On to our next job which is a beautiful set of wrought iron gates in county Kilkenny.