A: The gates hang on the fence poles, (poles sold separately with included anchors) the gates have plastic rings to help align them. If you need more black pipes work.
A: These are made to do it yourself. Any handy man could do it for you in a few minutes.
A: Hi Linda, The great thing about these gates is they do not require professional installers. They are a completely DIY solution, however should you prefer to hire an installer, we unfortunately do not have an approved list to share. Thank you, Product Support
A: For installation inquiry/questions We recommend to contact professional installers. We offer professional services through Home Depot vetted third party companies. To get information on services offered in your area, please visit proreferral.com and the company selected should reach out to you and provide pricing and scheduling information. However if install is not available in your area through Home Depot is because no local company has registered with us.
A: I installed my own gate and it is very easy, the poles slide through the little feet to connect it to the next panel of the fence.
A: The gates aren’t exactly the same spacing but fit just fine and look good.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. No, the openings are not the exact same size as the Empire fence, but they would provide a uniform look when using with the Westbrook fence, sku 205371781. Thank you, Product Support
A: You don’t. Pull the post out of the ground and insert it through the top of the fence, the gate, and the bottom of the fence and back into the ground stake.
A: If by “rounded bob” you mean the round finial at the top of the post, that doesn’t come off. Instead, insert the entire post through the gate and fence panel and into the stake. The stake should be pounded into the ground first. Aligning the stake is the most critical part. The rest goes together pretty easily after that. I used a small sledge hammer and a block of wood (to protect the stake opening) to drive the stakes into my hard clay soil.
A: You don’t, the pole is pushed down through the rings of the gate and into the anchor, for the fence pole.
A: The round knob in the middle of the two small gate panels is permanently attached to a “lever” that lays across both panels. You un-lock with panels by pulling the spring-loaded “pin” located on the side of the lever and then lifted up.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. The top of the post is welded, and should not be removed. The bottom of each post has a spike that can be detached for installation, by removing the screw. The screw can be thrown away and is not required for installation, it is only used to keep the spike and post together in the store. Thank you, Product Support
A: The entire post lifts out. The bottom spike is held in with a screw.
A: No. The posts are purchased separately for less than $10.00 each.
A: No but they are sold next to the gate. Just make sure that you buy the right post size for your gate.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. No, this gate does not come with the posts required for installation. The gate will use the same post as the panels, making it easy to complete your fencing run. The correct post can be found under internet model # 205371763.
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