Rust resistant Aluminum gate Portrait of Design Consultant at Mulholland Gates Los Angele Moshe TravolskiOkay everybody, this is Moshe from Mulholland Brand. I want to share with you another great project that we’ve just competed today, which is fabricating and installing a powder-coated aluminum double swing gate. The scope of work of this project was to remove an existing gate…that was here before that had glass on it.

One of the things I’ve seen in the previous gate was that there was a lot of rust, especially around between the glass and the frame of the gate.

What happens is that when you have wrought iron frame and glass, water penetrates between the glass and the wrought iron, it creates a lot of rust. Also, the gate was very, very heavy, so it started pulling from the hinges, touching the driveway.

So I offered the customer to have a aluminum gate, which is, more than just a beautiful design, a lighter, powder-coated, gate. So you’re talking about a rust-free gate that is much lighter but still very strong.

The design we’ve chosen was horizontal lines, and as a safety feature, we added a combination mechanical lock, which is great because it doesn’t require batteries or any electrical wire to be running to the lock itself.

Really a beautiful gate; powder-coated, very smooth, very nice. Just a really classy gate.

Here, from this side, smooth, beautiful powder coating.

It’s beautiful gate, great fabrication. You can actually take a look and see.

compare wood gate to aliuminumThere’s another gate on the side of this. One belongs to the other property, and this is the difference between the two.

It’s just an astonishing design and gate and it’s a great project for Mulholland brands.