Gates

 
 

Oak Driveway Gates

Handcrafted oak driveway/entrance gates can come in a range of designs to meet your exacting demands. Can be designed for privacy & security and can make a wonderful statement for your driveway or front garden.

SC Joinery believes in absolute quality and attention to detail. A great deal of detailed planning goes into every gate. Each gate or door is handcrafted by Sam Carr.

I have recently designed, made and installed this pair of oak gates with ironmongery in Southport.

Oak Gate with Ironmongery

Oak Gate with Ironmongery

The back of the gate showing ironmongery

The back of the gate showing ironmongery

 

If you are looking for an individual or bespoke design, please contact me to discuss your requirements.

 

 

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Front Garden Gate

I was asked to make a front garden gate in Ainsdale, Southport. The customer was happy for us to design the gate and was very happy with the end product.

The wood that we chose was red wood due to its quality, durability and value.

The project took 1 day and cost was around £300.  Prices vary according to size of gate, wood chosen and design required.  This quality bespoke gate will last for many years to come.

Untreated Front Garden Gate

This is the end product which has been treated & hung in place.

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Wooden Gates

I was asked to make a large set of gates for a rear garden in Southport.The wood that we chose was red wood due to its quality, durability and value.

The project took 3 days and cost was approximately £700.  Prices vary according to size of gate, wood chosen and design required.

Due to these gates being very large and fairly heavy a wheel was attached to the rear to make opening and closing easy as well as to lessen the load on the hinges.  This quality bespoke set of gates will last for many years to come.

red wood gates full

red wood gates full

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