Open when you want it to, and stay closed the rest of the time; how hard can a gate’s job be? Unfortunately, you’d be surprised. Automatic gates can break down for a number of mechanical or electrical reasons, and these problems are often as hard to diagnose as they are to solve. Fortunately, our team has years of experience doing this and will be able to help you out.
Finding The Problem
A swinging gate can be impeded by broken or rusted hinges, while sliding gates can suffer from warping of the tracks. An automatic gate of any kind can be brought down by faulty wiring or a worn opener, and a problem with the remote control transmitter or receiver can render the system unresponsive. If you have a “smart” gate equipped with optic sensors or software controls, the list of possible issues gets even longer! Whatever’s wrong with your gate, our team won’t stop until they’ve found the problem.
We Also Do Subsystems
Some gates use optic or motion sensors to prompt opening and closing, and many more have built-in intercom systems to let visitors announce their presence so that you can open the gate remotely. Our technicians have a varied skillset, and are familiar with these types of special features and subsystems. Anything from automatic lighting to sensors is within our purview.
High Quality Parts
Openers and other components can often be repaired when they break down, but sometimes you just need to replace them altogether. If our technicians find a piece that’s broken beyond repair, don’t worry! We have a wide selection of replacement parts in stock, from a variety of manufacturers. Once we’ve helped you pick out the right one for your system and price range, we can install it at your convenience.
To learn more about our gate repair services, contact our team in Fontana and ask us anything.