sweetgates.com
(424) 280-6081

 

Gate Options:

  

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Portholes with Wrought Iron:

- Small Artisan Rosette (9 7/8") Picture Framed Porthole  $290


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- Mission Grill (9 7/8") Picture Framed Porthole - $260


- Medium Artisan Rosette (11 1/2") Picture Framed Porthole  $300


- Large Artisan Rosette (14 1/2") Picture Framed Porthole  $325


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Prices include installation of the option onto the gate whenever applicable.

 

Staining:

 

Jambs:

- Matching Redwood Jambs to match your gate.  Jambs are fastened with anchors to prepare your masonry opening for a new wood gate.


        Standard Sizes:
            *  2 x 4 x 4 foot  $55/pair
            *  2 x 4 x 5 foot  $65/pair
            *  2 x 4 x 6 foot  $75/pair


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- Gates are often stained with BEHR SOLID COLOR 25 year Premium Exterior Wood Stain (green can - 25 year).  I highly recommend solid color stain to protect the gates from the sun.  Your Choice of Color:


            *  Labor is included.  No stain charge if you supply the stain.

            *  $65 - I go to Home Depot and have the stain color of your choice mixed.

            *  $75 - I go to Sherwin Williams and have the "Woodscapes" stain color of your choice mixed.



               Click the Stain Selector button to the right to see the BEHR Premium Wood Stain Colors.

            NOTE:  If you prefer semi-transparent stain there is a charge of $75 (sm) $100 (med) $125 (lg) per panel.


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NEW! 4 Scroll Picture Framed ARCHED Porthole:

GATE LATCHES

Stain Selection Tips:


    -  Click on the Stain Selector button then the Fence button.  Select a color.  Make note of the code and provide it with your order.


    -  Pickup a sample can of stain and stain a wood sample.  Let it dry and match it up to existing colors such as your front door, fence, shutters, house trim or garage door.


    -  Bare Redwood samples are available for free.


 


            *  4 x 4 x 5 foot  $90/pair
            *  4 x 4 x 6 foot  $100/pair


 

Gate Accessories:

    -  Gate Hook - $15
    -  Gate Foot Stop - $15
    -  Gate Floor Stop - $30
    -  Gate Wall Stop - $10

    -  Jamb Anchor Kit - $20 - $30


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Surface Mounted - $150


Surface Mounted - $165


Surface Mounted - $180


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    -  Eyebrow arch - $425
    -  Big
brow arch - $450
    -  Robust arch - $475  (pictured)


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San Diego:

 

Los Angeles:

 

Self Closing:

    -  Spring Closer - $20
    -  Self Closing Hinges (requires 2"+ thick jambs) - $30


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-  Natural Oil Finish:



          *  $75/panel (small)

          *  $100/panel (medium)

          *  $125/panel (large)

             


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        Superdeck (tm) Valley #1906 triple oil finish

             


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Surface Mounted - $140


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Shipping:

    For customers out-of-the-area who require shipping, sweetgates.com provides the following services free of charge:


        -  We'll get you a door-to-door shipping quote.
        -  We'll provide you with the crate dimensions, weight and pickup address in case you want to quotes from other carriers.
        -  We'll print out the Bill of Lading and present it to the carrier.
        -  We'll be available for the carrier and assist in loading your crated gate(s).


 

Crating:

    Single Gates:
        -  small  $125 (< 15 sq foot)
        -  medium $140 (> 15 sq feet - under 46" wide)
        -  large $175 (over 46" wide)

    Split Gates:
        -  small  $215/one crate (< 30 sq foot)
        -  medium $240/one crate (> 30 sq feet - under 92" wide)
        -  large $340/two crates
(over 92" wide)







NOTE:


      - The BEHR stain has a shiny sheen compared to the Sherwin stain.  Sherwin Williams is more matt.