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- Recent Metal Gate Repair reviews
- Fix the metal gate
- Reweld Hinge on metal gate
- Metal gate frame to be straightened
- How to Fix Common Aluminum and Steel Fence Problems
Recent Metal Gate Repair reviews
Add to favorites reading time: 6 minutes by heather thomas smith – keeping metal and wooden gates in good repair can sometimes be a challenge, but is an important part of homesteading today. A sagging or broken gate can be a chore to open and shut, and may also tempt an animal to jump, lean over or crawl through, possibly injuring itself in the process or getting out on a road or into a neighbor’s place.
On sep 24, 2018 there are several reasons why you might need to repair a gate. Troubleshooting what is wrong with the gate usually lets you know what you need to repair. A sagging gate can be a result of wobbly posts, loose hinges, or an out-of-square gate frame.
Fix the metal gate
“great quality work. Cheerful and diligent 👍🏼” re-weld/replace two metal gate hinges “that old school mentality “no problem” and goes way above and beyond to fix the issue! my gate is awesome now! best guy! 👍” fix my metal gate “brendan had great communication, show up on time and did a fantastic job.
Reweld Hinge on metal gate
Two metal corner brackets with mounting nails two lengths of wire cable with galvanized metal u-bolts, which are used to attach one end of each cable to one of the corner brackets and then the other end of each cable to the turnbuckle a galvanized metal turnbuckle attach a metal bracket to the upper corner of the gate (on the hinge side).
Metal gate frame to be straightened
Remove the bar and pre-drill pilot holes for the screw points you marked out. Then put the bar back in place and drive in your screws. In this case our gate has a metal frame, so we are using self-tapping metal screws.
How to Fix Common Aluminum and Steel Fence Problems
Aluminum and steel fences are famous for their long life expectancy. Under normal circumstances, well-maintained metal fencing can last 30 years or more. However, unusually harsh weather, heavy use, or shifting of the ground may cause unexpected damage. How can you repair common problems? when will replacing your fence be the best option?.