Dalby Timber Garden Side Gate (6ft) High

From: Original price was: £181.20.Current price is: £137.71.

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Description

Dalby timber Side Garden Gates offer superb style, quality and value for money.

Each Dalby gate is craftsman made from sturdy tongue and groove within a strong 70mm framework, using time-proven mortise and tenon joints for unbeatable rigidity, strength and durability. Made-to-Measure sizes available on request. They are available as standard as right hand hanging (R) as viewed from the roadside but can be supplied as left hand hanging (L) on request (please call our sales team).

Managed forest Scandinavian redwood is used to make our gates, smooth-planed to a beautiful finish.

Timber gates are supplied untreated as standard, must be painted / treated with a good quality wood treatment after fitting. We can supply your gates with an optional wood stain, see the Options menu.

Gate Specification

Specifics: Gate measures 6′ (1.83m) high
Frame: 70 x 70mm
Detail: 100 x 10mm tongue-and-groove wooden boards
Other: Mortise and tenon joints
Weight: Up to 32kg

All sizes are planed finish.

6′ (1.83m) estate gates, 4′ (1.22m) drive gates and 4′ (1.22m) garden gates are also available in this range.

Our ranges of carefully-selected gate hinges, locks, bolts and decorative accessories are available separately. Order with your gate and save on postage and packing!

Need help choosing your gate? Read our advice and FAQs, call us on 01543 462500 or email sales@cannockgates.co.uk.

A restocking fee of £28.80 will be deducted from your refund if the gate is returned. The return postage cost is for the buyer’s account. If Cannock Gates arranges the collection then this cost will also be deducted from your refund. Free postage is for UK mainland only. Outer-lying area postcodes, Highlands, Islands, and NI will incur an additional postage surcharge.

Please Note: All wooden posts are subject to splitting over tine, this is unfortunately a nature of timber, subject to weather conditions, however does not usually affect the integrity or strength of the wooden post. We will always review each issue on a case by case basis but a splitting post is not an automatic reason for a claim to replace the post. The customer purchases the post knowing the risks of using wood.

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