Custom Gate Design and PricingGATES SHIP NATIONWIDE
Because our custom gates are one-of-a-kind projects, we don’t have set prices. The cost depends on what you want, and every project is a little different. Read about how we do our estimates in this article, “How Much Does a Driveway Gate Cost.”
To help you develop a budget, we have three price categories described below with pictures – essential, signature and legacy.
And, when you contact us, we’ll lead you through this three-step process:
1. FREE CONSULTATION
We prefer you to come by our office so we can meet you in person, but because we ship gates nation wide, that is not an option for everyone. So, we’ll set up an online video or phone consultation if in person is not an option.
2. TARGET BUDGET
During the consultation, we will discuss your project’s target budget. If you don’t have one in mind, we can provide you a rough budget range based on similar projects after you describe your ideas and show us some pictures of what you have in mind.
3. DESIGN AGREEMENT
We’ll ask you to sign our design agreement based on your target budget. The cost of will be between $500 – $2,000 depending on the scope of your project. The fee will be applied towards the project if you hire us to build the project. You will receive a concept drawing and a formal estimate with all the
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Designing and budgeting for your gate project.
Our essential gates are simple yet substantial designs. Although there are no frills to these gates, we still put the same heart into the craftsmanship. Most of our essential gate designs are between $5,500 to $12,500.
The next level are our signature gates. We do most of our gates in this category. They include some outside vendor additions like scrolls, collars and plasma cut outs. Prices range from $10,000 to $17,500.
Our legacy gates include unique elements that take significantly more design and fabrication time. There is a greater amount of design time as well. Pricing for these kinds of gates starts around $15,000.
Let’s talk about your project.
Kickstart Gate Design Guide
1. Collect Pictures
To help us determine your personal style, review the gates in our gallery. Or, you can also use Pinterest to identify gates you like. Collect pictures and links to discuss with us.
2. Pick A Shape
Use our standard shape guide. If you don’t like any of these, we can create a custom shape for you.
Arched High Single
Arched High Double
Arched Low Single
Arched Low Double
Tapered Dip Single
Tapered Dip Double
Rolling Dip Single
Rolling Dip Double
Low Bell Single
Low Bell Double
High Bell Single
High Bell Double
3. Make A Budget
When you are planning the budget for your new gate, consider the cost of automating it if you don’t want to get out of your car in the heat, cold, rain or other weather to open your gate. To help with the rough estimation of this, review our automatic gate openers and other accessories.
Then, if you want to have a gate that conveys your personal style, budget for the design and fabrication. We build custom gates for a wide range of budgets. To help you, review our three categories … Essential, Signature and Legacy Gates.
NOTE: Other factors to consider for your budget is the gate size and if you want single vs double gates. Check out our article about that.