Our Videos

Gates and Fences UK videos. Just a selection of videos from our You tube channel. Some handy "How to fit a Driveway Gate" guides to showing how automation systems work when fitted. Our expert team can advise you on any questions related to gates. From which material to use to how to fit. Call our team on 0800 6124 965 or use our "Live Chat" system below.

Gates and Fences UK Company Video

Our company. An introduction to Gates and Fences UK. From our office team to our joiners and fabricators. This film was shot in one of our older factories. Our new one is over double the size. Customers are welcome to visit and safely watch gates being produced.

How to Measure a Wooden Driveway Gate

Simple guide on how to measure the width for your new driveway gate. For a more detailed guide (inc all reductions needed for the complete range of gates), see our "How to Calculate Gate Width".

How to Install a Wooden Driveway Gate

Simple guide showing how to easily fit a wooden driveway gate. This video also shows how to fit the gate furniture and how the hinges should be set. With do offer Nationwide installation for those who don't want to fit their gates themselves. We also have guides on how to fit other types of gates including garden gates and sliding gates. See here to find out more.

Automated Underground Automation

Example of underground automation in operation fitted to our Warwickshire Driveway Gates. Gap between bottom edge of gate and ground needed to be increased due to driveway sloping upwards towards the customers property. As you can see, the underground automation motors are fitted in the ground to the side of the pillars. A bracket then attaches the gate to the motor. Underground automated gates are ideal for hiding the motors and keeping the appearance of the gate

Automated Electric Sliding Gates

Metal sliding gate opening and closing. This system was fitted to our Arundel Sliding Gate, using a track in the ground system and a FAAC 740 automation kit. The gate is supported using a "U" track fitted horizontally to the centre of the gate. This is then supported by the support post (positioned towards the right side of opening). Nylon rollers connect the support post to the gate.

Above Ground Automated Gates

Above ground automation fitted to our Baywood Hardwood Driveway Gates. Centre rail (not shown on video) has to be increased to enable the gate to withhold the pressure from the automation kit. We advise all gates that are to be automated to have increased structural frames etc so the gate isn't pulled apart. Therefore, if adding automation to existing gates, call for advice prior to fitting.

Single Arm Automation on Field Gate

Single gate automation fitted to one of our Five Bar Field Gates. Automation arm visible on the top right side of gate. Enjoy easy access to your home. Daitem intercom system has been fitted to the right post. This connects to the customers property and allows the gate to be opened from within the home when a visitor arrives.

Underground Automated Gate - Shown from Rear

Underground automated gate using our Berkshire Driveway Gate. As you can see, the gate has two main hinges, one either side then connected to the underground automation motor via a bracket on the bottom corners.

Automated Sliding Gate

One of our York Sliding Gates finished with Western Red Cedar automated using a BFT sliding gate motor. This system has been set up using a track on the ground with support post connected to the sliding gate via a "U" track rail system.

Automated Sliding Gate

One of our Kingston Sliding Gates finished using Western Red Cedar. Automation by BFT using track on ground system. Width of opening is over 5.5m. This has been installed with upgraded security features such as additional safety edges. The motor is a low voltage 24v kit that has a built in stop and return if gate comes into contact with an obstruction. We can advise all on the benefits of additional safety systems to ensure your loved ones are kept safe. Any installation carried out by Gates and Fences UK will always have safety as number one priority.