Who Pays for Adjoining Fences?

Update Your Home's Security And Accessibility With Automated Gates

Whether you are installing them because you want to have the ultimate accessory to your property or because you want to add a bit of extra security, automated gates are at the only way to go for style and peace of mind. The best part about automated gate systems is that no two are alike, and depending on what features you most value, you can customise them to suit your needs. 


Automated gates are great for security because they allow you to decide who can come into your property, with intercoms giving you the ability to check the identity of the visitors before they get through. If there is a problem, and someone is trying to break into your property, you will have ample warning and will be able to call the police and give yourself a buffer that the would-be intruders have to get through. In addition to this, there are different designs, such as the cantilever gate, that are more specifically geared towards stopping people trying to get past the gate and many high-end businesses use them because of this. 


A big reason that people enjoy automated gates is the pleasure in seeing them open up before you with ease, knowing all the while that you are the exclusive inhabitants of this protected space. Some automated gate systems, like the swing gates, are built with style in mind. They imitate what it might have looked like for servants to open up doors before nobility in an age gone past. If you want to be the king of your manor, there is no better way than to have a modern-day drawbridge and show off a little with an automated gate system. 


Of course, the major concern with automated gates is that they can be prone to breaking down, a problem you really do not want to have to deal with when it comes to the simple act of entering and exiting your property. However, modern automated gates are not the same as they were in the past. Modern automated gates are built with extremely durable components that only require a service once a year, if that. In the rare case that your automated gate does break down, most contractors will have a number you can dial to get a technician out to fix the problem in no time.

For more information on automated gates, contact a fence contractor.

About Me

Who Pays for Adjoining Fences?

Hi, my name is Mark, welcome to my blog! As a new home owner, I’m learning a lot about the responsibilities of owning a property. Recently, my neighbour popped around and told me he wanted to put up a new fence between our gardens. My first reaction was that he should just go for it, but then he told me that I had to share the costs as we share responsibility for the fence. Before I agreed to the work (and to pay for it), I did some research and talked to a guy I know who works for a fencing contractor. I learned a lot about shared responsibility and rights with adjoining fences, so I started this blog to pass on what I’ve learned to other people who might be faced with a fencing project with a neighbour for the first time.


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