Our team can answer any questions you have about gate operators and provide you with the unit that aligns with your needs.
Gates are valuable security additions to various types of properties, ensuring that only authorized individuals can gain access to the space. Well-functioning gates include operators, which connect to remote controls and onsite boxes to automate the process of determining whether the gate should open or not. At Overhead Door Company of Brunswick, we work closely with clients located throughout the Brunswick, Georgia area to provide gates and gate operators. Our services include installation, repair, and maintenance of these vital components.
Determining which gate operator to use on your property can be a challenge, but our team is here to assist. Most gate operators are made up of three key components. The first is the control box, which is usually wired to the gate and sits within several feet of it. The actuator arm allows the gate to open and close, while the remote controls are provided to authorized individuals to grant them access through the security gate. You may also choose to add a keypad that allows people who don’t have remote controls to get in when provided with the code.
You’ll also have to determine what type of operator you want on your property. The two main types are swinging and sliding, and they determine how the gate moves. Gate operators generally rely on the electrical power supply available on your property, although they may come with a backup battery to allow access even if the power goes out. Our team can answer any questions you have about gate operators and provide you with the unit that aligns with your needs.