The last thing you want after installing a new driveway gate is to have wild animals scratching at, soiling, or ruining it. If you live in an area with a lot of wildlife, your driveway gate, as well as the home it protects, may be at risk of being damaged by them. Here are four ways to protect your property and your driveway gate from wildlife damage.
If you own a home, you likely have thought about ways to increase your property value without breaking the bank. Homeowners can quickly increase property value by improving curb appeal and enhancing home security. One of the best ways to do this is by installing an automated driveway gate. Adding a driveway gate to your home property can increase the value of your home by as much as 5%.
According to Realty Times, adding a driveway gate can increase your home’s value up to $50,000. Not only are driveway gates great for security, but they add style, elegance and a level of mystery to your estate. However, purchasing a driveway gate can be a little overwhelming if you have never done it before. Let The Door Company show you four important tips to help you purchase the right driveway gate for your home.
When you typically think of large, automatic gates for a home, your first thoughts are toward the rich and famous. You envision a mansion or a ranch somewhere with a long driveway that leads you to a large house at the top of a small hill. While it is common for larger estates to have an automatic gate, houses of all price ranges and sizes are beginning to install automated gates as a way to improve curb appeal and increase return on investment on the sale of their home.