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My Gate Won’t Close

Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on My Gate Won’t Close

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Wondering why your gate won’t close? With automatic gates, sometimes the problem is as simple as an object blocking the gate’s path. Other times, it can be something a bit more complicated, such as a power failure or damaged wiring. No matter what the problem is, a broken gate can be frustrating to deal with. In Canada and other colder climates, the biggest reason why a gate won’t close is due to the cold weather. This article will provide more detailed information about gate problems in the cold weather. We will also provide some other common problems that might be the culprit if you think cold weather is not an issue. If you have any questions about gates or gate repair, feel free to contact Jay360 now!

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My Gate Won’t Close – How Weather Affects Gates

Its frustrating when you are in front of your home trying to get passed your gate, but it just won’t budge. Thankfully there are a number of common issues every gate owner or property manager has faced. Check out this quick video below to see how rainy or wet weather may be affecting your gate, and how to quickly assess the situation yourself.

If you do a quick search on the internet, you will come across many posts in online forums and blogs talking about automatic gates not opening or closing when cold and snowy weather strikes. See here for an example posted on online forum Reddit.com, where one user began having problems closing their automatic sliding gate as temperatures dropped.

If you live in a colder climate like Ontario, you may begin to notice problems with your gate as soon as fall and winter sets in. According to Residential Gate Openers Reviews & Buying Guide, these problems arise as metal components begin to contract. This can be avoided if you use specially made grease intended for cold weather. If not, the metal components will contract and the grease will begin to thicken. This makes movement significantly more difficult for your gate. It may slow down or stop closing/opening altogether.

The cold also affects your gate’s battery. Since the battery is kept in a metal box, it is just as susceptible to the cold as the rest of your gate. As the temperature drops, your battery’s internal temperature drops too. This reduction of the electrochemical reaction makes it harder for your battery to start. Sometimes, all it takes to fix the problem is trying to close your gate a few times until the battery warms up a bit (source).

How To Check If Weather Is Causing Gate Problems

The first step to determining if your gate won’t close due to weather is by simply checking the weather! Has it been extra rainy the last few days? Was there a significant drop in temperature? Has the cold set in for the first time this season, or has it snowed recently? As we saw in the video above, even rain can stop your gate from closing properly. Keeping track of the weather and the timing of your gate’s problems will help you figure out if weather is a major factor. Here are some steps to help you figure out your gate’s problem:

  • As we learned in the video, check your gate’s photocell or reflector (if applicable) and see if there is a build-up of moisture. This moisture can block the lens and stop your gate from closing
  • Similar to the tip above, wave your hand in front of your gate’s sensor to see if it’s reacting – if it is, the problem is likely caused by snow or moisture build-up. If not, the sensors are probably not reflecting properly
  • If it’s not a moisture or sensor problem, it may be a battery problem – try disconnecting the battery cables and cleaning them
  • Add insulation to the battery box – ONLY if you know how to safely apply! If not, contact an expert (source).

What If It’s Not The Weather?

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If you find yourself with a gate that won’t close in the middle of a dry summer, or have checked all of the above and nothing is out of sorts, the weather may not be your problem. Here are some other issues that may cause your gate to stop closing.

The gate remote is not working

Recommended Action: If your gate remote or keypad has stopped working, it won’t be able to close your gate! Did you notice if the little red light at the top of your remote went off or not? Gate remote issues can be resolved with action as simple as a battery change. Gate remotes also have a lifespan. If a simple battery change doesn’t fix the problem, it is likely time to replace the remote.

There is an electrical issue

Recommended Action: Sometimes, there is a problem with the wiring or the electrical main. If your gate is acting off or won’t close and open properly, check the wiring. Something may have come loose or there could be damage to some of the wiring. In that case, the wiring needs to be repaired or replaced.

There is something blocking the gate’s path

Recommended Action: One simple but common problem that may result in your gate not closing is something blocking your gate’s pathway. If there is debris or an object blocking your gate’s path, it will not close. Check the area thoroughly to see if anything, even something small, is in the way.

“Hold open” command has been activated

Recommended Action: Some gate owners may be surprised to learn that their gate has a “hold open” command. If your gate has this command, double check to make sure you or someone else in your family did not accidentally activate the “hold open” command. If this occurred, switch the command off and everything should return to normal. If you are unsure how to activate or deactivate this command, check the manual or call the manufacturer.

Still Having Problems With Your Gate?

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At Jay360, we have over 28 years of experience installing and repairing gates. If you need help with a gate that won’t close, you can rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 by Jay Fencing. Feel confident that we will recommend only the security products that meet your specific needs and budget.  We value top notch customer service, providing the highest quality products and services available, being a name that you can trust, and having experienced and hardworking staff. 

Jay360 can help you choose and install the perfect privacy, security, or automatic gate for you, your business, and your family. Over the years, we have supplied and installed a lot of gates! With over 28 years of experience, we know how to install and repair gates of all sizes and shapes.

We can supply and install anything from door, swing, and various versions of slider gates. We carry a wide variety of manufactured gates and create custom designs according to your specifications and dimensions. Call on Jay 360 today!

Sources

www.gateopenersreview.com / www.doityourself.com / www.aspiremetro.com

Why Is My Gate Not Working?

Posted by on Jan 8, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Why Is My Gate Not Working?

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Why is my gate not working? As with any electronic device, automatic gates can malfunction or stop working. This can not only be frustrating but also leave properties vulnerable. This article outlines the top three reasons why gates stop working, how you can check to see what is the problem, as well as other common gate issues. Still need help with your gate? Contact the experts at Jay360 today for more information on gates and gate repair!

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Why Is My Gate Not Working? Top Three Reasons Why

It is expected over the life span of a gate, that malfunctions or delays in operational capacity. These issues are definitely manageable and with some well guided direction and careful diagnosis can be resolved reasonably well. Get your life moving again with these tips to the most common gate issues every owner will eventually encounter.

If you notice your automatic gate is acting strangely or has completely stopped working, what might be the problem? Here are the top three reasons automatic gates stop working, and how to identify them. Keep in mind that there may be different solutions depending on the type of automatic gate you have.

Gate Not Receiving Power

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This is one of the most common problems with automatic gates and/or automatic gate controllers. It is also one of the easiest problems to figure out and fix! To check if this is the culprit, go around and ensure all electrical mains are switched on.

If any have been switched off, switch them on! Sometimes, the problem can be as simple as an accidental off switch. Other times, the problem can be a bit more complicated. If all mains are on and everything else looks fine, check the wiring. Even a small amount of damaged wire can cause your gate to stop working. In that case, you may need to change the wiring.

Gate Won’t Close

Another common problem that gate owners will likely run into at some point or another is their gate refusing to close. There are two common reasons gates won’t close – mechanical or electrical problems. For mechanical issues, check to see if there is something blocking the gate’s path. Check the gate for any physical damage to the hinges or wheel bearings.

For electrical issues, check the electrical mains and wiring. You should also check to see if it is a simple issue – did one of your family members or others with access to your gate accidentally place a command on your gate, such as “hold open?” Talk to those who have used the gate recently and ask if they have done anything differently.

Here is a great video on working with gates that won’t close:

Gate Not Working In Cold Weather

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Automatic gates often stop working properly in colder weather. Some cold-related problems include the gate opening slower, not opening at all, or making clicking noises. If you experience these problems at the same time cold weather sets in, you likely know what the culprit is.

Metal components and grease are affected by the cold weather, causing your gate to slow down or possibly even stop. If you notice something is off with your gate, consider the recent weather. Have the last few days been colder than usual? Was there just have a snowstorm? Keeping track of temperature changes and the onset of gate problems can help you determine the cause.

A gate can be prevented from encountering weather issues by employing a deep cycle battery or simply using the remote to trigger chemical processes that heat and restart the battery. Stay tuned for an upcoming article where we cover how to work a gate in cold climate.

Other Common Gate Problems

Still wondering what could be wrong with your gate? If the problems listed above don’t sound like the issues you’re having with your gate, check out the list below to see if any of these other common gate problems seem familiar.

Common Problem: My gate is not stopping where it’s supposed to stop

Recommended Action: Check the lever holding the “limit nut” and press it back out of the slot on the limit shaft. By doing this, you will place the limit nut in the correct position, and will hopefully resolve this problem (source).

Common Problem: My gate is making very loud noises

Recommended Action: This is likely a problem with the mechanism that moves your gate. If this is the issue, you may have to call your gate supplier or gate repair service to have the mechanism fixed or replaced.

Common Problem: My gate is moving in the wrong direction

Recommended Action: If your gate is suddenly swinging in the opposite direction, the most likely problem is something blocking its path. Double check to ensure there is nothing in your gate’s pathway. If that is not the problem, check the joints to ensure the lubricant has not worn off, or the rollers to ensure there are no pebbles or other debris blocking the path.

Common Problem: My gate remote is not working

Recommended Action: Did you notice if the little red light at the top of your remote went off or not? Gate remote issues can be resolved with action as simple as a battery change. However, like all electronics, gate remotes have a lifespan. If your gate remote stops working and changing the batteries does not help, it may be time to replace the remote.

How Can I Fix My Gate?

There are many DIY options for fixing your damaged or malfunctioning gate. From online tutorials and videos to how-to guides, it’s easy to find possible solutions to your potential problems. However, repairing an automatic gate yourself can be complicated and potentially dangerous to both you and your gate.

Going into the gate control box can potentially cause even more damage to your gate. Unless you have an extensive knowledge of the tools and parts required to work on your automatic gate, you may find yourself feeling lost, frustrated, and with new problems on your hands.

The best way to ensure your gate is fixed in a timely, safe, and efficient manner is by hiring an experienced gate installer and repair company.

A professional company will have experience with gates and repairs, know exactly what the problem is with your gate, and also know the best course of action to fix it.

You won’t need to worry about guessing the problem and solution, owning the right tools, or having the mechanical know-how. A professional and experienced installer will ensure you receive the right solution for your gate’s problems.

Let Jay360 Help You And Your Gate!

At Jay360, we value top notch customer service, providing the highest quality products and services available, being a name that you can trust, and having experienced and hardworking staff. You can rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 by Jay Fencing. Feel confident that we will recommend only the security products that meet your specific needs and budget.

Jay360 can help you choose and install the perfect privacy, security, or automatic gate for you, your business, and your family. Over the years, we have supplied and installed a lot of gates! With over 28 years of experience, we know how to install and repair gates of all sizes and shapes.

We can supply and install anything from door, swing, and various versions of slider gates. We carry a wide variety of manufactured gates and create custom designs according to your specifications and dimensions. Call on Jay 360 today!

 

Sources

www.gateopenersreview.com / www.doityourself.com / www.aspiremetro.com

Wireless Outdoor Security Cameras – Top 5 In Ontario

Posted by on Jan 1, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Wireless Outdoor Security Cameras – Top 5 In Ontario

Looking for wireless outdoor security cameras? Outdoor security cameras are a great solution for both residential and commercial properties. However, finding the right security camera for you can be a challenge. Navigating through so many brands, types, and features can end up confusing any buyer. When shopping online, you may come across an additional challenge – the product you settle on may be unavailable in Canada. This guide will help you navigate the wireless outdoor security camera world, listing only products available in Canada from Amazon.ca. Still wondering which camera is best for you? For the best security advice, contact the experts at Jay360 now! Before purchasing a surveillance camera, make sure to check if there are surveillance camera bylaws in your region!

Wireless Outdoor Security Camera Comparison

Check out the chart below to compare the top 5 outdoor security cameras listed on Amazon.ca. This chart includes information on the FLOUREON 720P HD CameraOOSSXX 8-Channel HD CameraICAMI 720P HD CameraMaximus Smart Home Security Outdoor Light & Camera, and the Wansview Outdoor 1080P Camera

Click the image below to see a larger version of the chart.

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Top 5 Wireless Outdoor Security Cameras

In this section, we’ll provide more detailed information about each of the wireless outdoor security cameras listed above. Many homeowners prefer the ease of wireless cameras; a quick and easy installation with internet access to your camera’s feed is appealing. Though most of these cameras are ideal for the home, some small business owners may choose them for their commercial lot. This section will help you narrow down which camera is right for you, your needs, and your home or property.

FLOUREON 720P HD Wireless IP Camera Outdoor

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The FLOUREON 720P HD wireless outdoor surveillance camera is sleek and simple with the look of a classic surveillance system. With over 40 customer reviews on Amazon.ca, it receives generally favourable reviews about video quality, motion sensors, and night vision.

It is an affordable camera that appears to satisfy many customer’s personal security needs. However, there have been some complaints about installation difficulty and complicated software.

 

 

OOSSXX 8-Channel HD Outdoor/Indoor Camera

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The OOSSXX 8-Channel HD outdoor (and indoor) camera set comes with 4 cameras and can be used for both residential or commercial security. Though this bundle comes with 4 cameras, it can support up to 8 cameras, making it ideal for larger homes or small offices. With 4.5 stars on Amazon.ca, it is loved for its high picture quality and user-friendly installation process.

However, some users complained about the smartphone app not working as planned or issues with camera connectivity.

 

ICAMI 720P HD Outdoor Camera

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The ICAMI 720P HD wireless outdoor camera is known for its durability and the ability to set up the camera without the use of a PC. Its smartphone app is free and requires no subscription to view video. An SD card to record the video is not included, however. Many users commented on the affordability of the product and enjoyed using the smartphone app.

Some potential problems with the ICAMI 720P include difficulty installing the product and problems with setting up the camera’s wireless component.

 

Maximus Smart Home Security Outdoor Light & Camera

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The Maximus Smart Home Security outdoor light and camera is a unique camera on our list. This camera is hidden within an outdoor light and functions as both a motion-detection light and a security camera. The system is wireless and is a stylish way to add extra security to your home. It has generally favourable reviews on Amazon.ca, though it is the most expensive product on our list.

Some users complained that the Wi-Fi signal was not strong enough or that installation was complicated, but others had no issues with either signal or installation.

 

Wansview Outdoor 1080P Wireless Camera

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The Wansview Outdoor 1080P wireless camera has over 60 reviews on Amazon.ca and a 4.1 rating. It comes with 1080P PRO HD, waterproof finishing, and night vision up to 67 feet. Many users commented on its affordability, great picture, good motion detection, and relatively easy installation.

Some common customer challenges include difficulty setting up camera’s Wi-Fi component, software crashing or not working properly, and poor video quality at night.

 

 

Need more information on surveillance cameras and installation?

Security Camera Infographic

Want to a bit more about security cameras and their history? Check out our infographic below! Click the image to view a larger version.

Jay360 – Helping You Make The Right Choice!

Deciding on the right outdoor wireless security camera for you and your family is a tough decision! Deciding on, purchasing, and installing a camera can be tricky and time-consuming. From IP cameras to commercial security, Jay360 can help you with all your home or business security needs!

jay-360There are many more factors to consider when choosing and installing a security camera or a security system. Jay 360 continues to help clients ensure their premise security, looking at all the different angles to provide you with peace of mind and comfort.

You can rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 to provide you with the best home security solutions. We will recommend only the security products that meet your specific needs and budget.

Call on Jay360 to help you to choose and install the ideal security system to suit you and your needs, all at the very best value.

Gate Repair – Fast Service, Great Prices

Posted by on Dec 26, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Gate Repair – Fast Service, Great Prices

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Gates, whether automatic or not, provide security and peace of mind to home and property owners. But what happens when your gate breaks down? Repairing any type of gate or automatic gate controller can seem like a daunting task. There are many common problems that can happen with gates, each with different solutions. At Jay360, we have over 28 years of installation project management experience. Contact us now for more information on gate repairs and services!

Gate Repair – What Types Of Gates We Work With

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From a damaged wooden gate to an automatic iron gate that just stops working, each type of gate comes with its own potential problems. The team at Jay360 can repair many types of gates. Check out the list below to see the variety of gates we work with.

Each type of gate and related gate repair comes with its own unique challenges. Working with an experienced installer who knows these unique challenges is one way to ensure your gate is not only repaired, but will last longer.

Common Gate Problems

Both automatic gates and regular gates suffer from everyday wear and tear and unforeseen issues. Here are some common gate problems home and business owners frequently run into.

  • Automatic gate gets stuck in manual mode
  • Automatic gate suffers obstruction in path
  • Automatic gate controller malfunctions
  • Automatic gate won’t close or won’t stay closed
  • Sagging wooden or chain link fence
  • Damaged gate or broken gate (e.g. accidentally backed into gate with car)
  • Gate and fence do not comply with local bylaws
  • Gate won’t close properly/is not secure

Check out the video below to see how some simple sagging gate problems may be solved!

 

 

These common gate problems shouldn’t stress you out! Like everything else, gates can malfunction or get damaged. At Jay360, we can fix the smallest to the most complicated gate problems. Don’t wait until your gate problems get worse. Repair your get today and get your security and peace of mind back.

How To Find A Reputable Company

When something goes wrong, the last thing anyone needs is another big problem! Unfortunately, scammers and unprofessional companies do exist. How do you find a professional, trustworthy, and reputable company? Finding a reputable installation company is important. Receiving a poorly installed gate or an improper repair job can result in a lack of security and privacy. When working with an unprofessional installation company, home and business owners often face:

  • Company uses poor quality or improper materials
  • Refusing to fix or charging extra to fix their mistakes
  • Many delays or not showing up on time
  • Ignoring your contract
  • Overall poor workmanship and work ethic
  • Inappropriate behaviour such as foul language, ignoring building codes, and ignoring bylaws
  • Source – Porch.com

Learn to avoid unprofessional companies can save yourself a major headache down the road. Here are some tips to help you find a great installation and repair company no matter where you live.

  • Read Reviews Online – With the increase of modern technology, online reviews are becoming more and more relevant. Checking out online reviews, such as Google Reviews or HomeStars can help give you a relatively good understanding of any potential company.
  • Spend Time On Their Website – A reputable company will have lots of pictures of their work, as well as readily available contact information. If you notice a company is trying to pass off stock photos as their own work, that is a huge red flag. You want to work with a company that is honest in every way.
  • Word Of Mouth – A good way to find a reputable company in your neighbourhood is to ask your neighbours! Seek recommendations from friends, family, and others around your neighbourhood. Remember that everyone will have different experiences, but if a company receives generally favourable reviews, they may be worth looking into.
  • Professional Attitude – A reputable company will have a professional attitude in all circumstances. That means from the receptionist to the installers, you should feel comfortable and respected when speaking to members of their team.

How Fast Can My Gate Get Fixed?

Because every problem and situation is different, gate repair time will vary based on a number of factors such as the extent of the damage, the cause of the damage, and other factors. However, at Jay360, our efficient and highly trained team can work hard to fix your gate in a timely manner. If you have a gate that needs repair, contact Jay360 now to find out exactly how long it will take for your gate to get fixed! Remember, small problems can quickly turn into big ones! If you notice something wrong with your gate, call on the experts sooner than later so your small problem doesn’t become a large one.

Let Jay360 Help You And Your Gate!

At Jay360, we value top notch customer service, providing the highest quality products and services available, being a name that you can trust, and having experienced and hardworking staff. You can rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 by Jay Fencing. Feel confident that we will recommend only the security products that meet your specific needs and budget.

Jay360 can help you choose and install the perfect privacy, security, or automatic gate for you, your business, and your family. Over the years, we have supplied and installed a lot of gates! With over 28 years of experience, we know how to install and repair gates of all sizes and shapes.

We can supply and install anything from door, swing, and various versions of slider gates. We carry a wide variety of manufactured gates and create custom designs according to your specifications and dimensions. Call on Jay 360 today!

 

Sources

www.aspiremetro.com / www.mrhandyman.com

 

Types Of Driveway Gates

Posted by on Dec 18, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Types Of Driveway Gates

Types of driveway gates

Driveway gates can add both extra security and elegance to your property. If you have children or pets, a properly installed driveway gate can help keep your family safe – and ensure unwanted guests stay out. There are also different styles of driveway gates, each best suited for different preferences, property sizes, and budgets. If you need help choosing the right gate for you, check out our guide below. We outline the pros and cons of single swing, double swing, and sliding driveway gates as well as their best uses. For more information about gates and home security, contact the experts at Jay360 now!

 Types Of Driveway Gates – Comparison Chart

Can’t decide on the right gate for your driveway? Check out the list of pros, cons, and general advice for best uses for each gate. The list includes gates ideal for both residential and commercial properties. Click the image below to view the full-size chart.

 

Driveway Gates – Description and Videos

Still aren’t sure which driveway gate is right for you? Check out each video and see every style of gate in action. Seeing how each gate works can help give you a better sense of which gate may be best for you and your property.

Single Swing Gate

 

Biggest Pro: Often less expensive and requires little maintenance

Biggest Con: Requires significant amount of space to operate

Ideal Use: Commercial or residential properties

The single swing gate is ideal for large openings on your driveway. Single swing gates can be used for both residential and commercial lots, but are often found on residential properties. They are not nearly as common as double swing gates, as they require more space and a unique property layout. Check out the video below to see a single swing gate in action! As you will see, the gate is best for very long driveways to avoid pushing your gate into the open road.

 

 

Double Swing Gate

 

Biggest Pro: Many beautiful and unique designs, easier to install

Biggest Con: Can be more costly than other options

Ideal Use: Often used for residential properties, can be used on commercial lots too

The double swing gate is one of the most popular residential driveway gate choices. It is a versatile option and comes in many sizes and styles, from wooden to wrought iron to a combination of materials. Double swing gates typically work best with wider driveways. Because it is two separate gates, you do not need as much room as a single swing gate. Check out of the video below to see one of Jay Fencing’s installed double swing gates!

 

 

Sliding Gate

 

Biggest Pro: Does not swing outward and therefore takes up little space

Biggest Con: Requires more maintenance than other gates

Ideal Use: Commercial or residential properties, great for residential properties

A sliding gate is the perfect choice when you have a very large opening and do not have the space for doors to swing outwards. Sliding gates are common on commercial lots, but are also used for residential properties. Though sliding gates require more maintenance than swing gates, many prefer this style due to its size. The video below shows a residential sliding gate. You can see how little space the sliding gate takes up.

 

 

Vertical Lift/Swing Gate

 

Biggest Pro: Provides a significant amount of security

Biggest Con: Complex installation

Ideal Use: Usually commercial properties, can be used on residential

You will most likely find the vertical swing gate on a commercial lot. They provide extra security for properties that require it and ensure only those invited can enter the property. These gates are often found on car lots or commercial lots that prevent larger vehicles, such as trucks, from entering. There are versions of vertical lift gates made for residential properties, but they are not as common. Check out the quick video below to see a chain link vertical lift gate!

 

 

Vertical Pivot Gate

 

Biggest Pro: Takes up very little space

Biggest Con: Must ensure additional safety standards so gate does not fall on vehicle/person

Ideal Use: Usually used for commercial properties, can be used for residential

You have likely run into some version of a vertical pivot gate in a parking garage or commercial parking lot. Vertical pivot gates, like vertical lift gates, are often found on commercial lots. If you search hard enough, you may find one on a residential lot, but they are not as common. Vertical pivot gates are preferred by those who do not have the room for a swinging gate. Though vertical pivot gates are often more expensive, they are sometimes necessary depending on property size and shape. Check out the super quick video below to see a vertical pivot!

 

Automatic Barrier Gate

 

Biggest Pro: Comes in a wide variety of styles to suit many different security needs

Biggest Con: Only stops cars, does not provide privacy

Ideal Use: Commercial properties

An automatic barrier gate is a gate you will almost exclusively find on a commercial property. Barrier gates may not have aesthetic appeal, but they get the job done! They come in a wide variety of sizes and styles to suit many different needs. They are commonly found at the entrances of parking garages, commercial parking lots, storage facilities, hospital lots, and more. Some automatic barrier gates pivot, slide, and lift. The video below shows a multitude of barrier gates by the company DaoSafe.

 

Expertly Install Your Driveway Gate With Jay360!

One of the best ways to ensure your brand new driveway gate will work as needed is by hiring an experienced gate installer. Finding the right driveway gate for you, your family, and your property can be a challenge. With Jay360, you will get to work with the experts who can help you find the perfect gate and properly install it.

There are lots of guides and videos online that show how to build and/or install your own security gate. For the very experienced handyman, this might be possible.

However, a poorly installed security gate can cause more problems than it’s worth and fail to provide the security and safety you require. Even LiftMaster.com recommends you always go with a professional installer when installing a new automatic barrier gate.

At Jay360, we have supplied and installed many gates over the years. Because of this, we have gained experience and with each installation and overcome functionality flaws to ensure a properly adjusted gate, whether automatic or manual.

We can supply and install anything from door, swing, and various versions of slider gates. We carry a wide variety of manufactured gates and can even create custom designs according to your specifications and dimensions.

With over 20 years of experience, you can always rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 to provide you with the best home security solutions. If you need a security gate in the Kitchener, Waterloo, Oakville, or Brampton area, contact Jay360 today for more information!

We will recommend only the security products and services that meet your specific needs and budget. Call on Jay 360 today!

 

Want to learn more about keeping you and your family safe?

Sources:

Landscapingnetwork.com / Blog.ironfenceshop.com / Doityourself.com / Insideselfstorage.com

Privacy Gate Installation and Repair

Posted by on Dec 10, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Privacy Gate Installation and Repair

Looking for privacy gate installation or repair? Adding a security or privacy gate to your home or commercial lot can help give you peace of mind, knowing your property and family is safer. Check out the gallery below to see some examples of different privacy and security gates by Jay360. To learn more about gate installation, call on the experts at Jay360 today!

Security & Privacy Gate Gallery

Privacy gates come in many different styles depending on your personal wants and needs. From iron to stone to wood, there is a privacy gate and/or security to fit every unique individual’s preference. Security gates are usually automatic gates and only allow select individuals onto a property. Privacy gates come in many styles and add additional privacy to a lot. Many security gates are also privacy gates. Security gates are perfect for both large and small business owners looking for simple ways to increase security on their commercial lot. They are also ideal for adding additional at-home security and keeping children and pets safely contained.

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Privacy Gate Installation and Repair: Finding The Right Company

Looking for a professional gate installation company, but don’t know where to start? With so many options out there, finding a professional company that will help install a new gate or repair an existing gate can be a challenge!

Finding a reputable installation company is important. Receiving a poorly installed gate or an improper repair job can result in a lack of security and privacy. When working with an unprofessional installation company, home and business owners often face:

  • Using poor quality or improper materials
  • Refusing to fix or charging extra to fix their mistakes
  • Many delays or not showing up on time
  • Ignoring your contract
  • Overall poor workmanship and work ethic
  • Inappropriate behaviour such as foul language, ignoring building codes, and ignoring bylaws
  • Source – Porch.com

Now that you know which big red flags to be aware of, what should you look for in a good and reputable installation and repair company? The following lists some ways to find out if the company you want to work with is professional.

Tip #1 Read Online Reviews

As Google Reviews, HomeStars, and Facebook reviews become increasingly popular, this is a great way to see what others have liked (or disliked) about a prospective company or contractor. Keep in mind, there will always be some negative reviews, even if the company is reputable and trustworthy. Take all reviews into consideration and also check out the overall rating. Reading what others in your community have to say about a company is a great first step to help you determine if a company is right for you.

Tip #2: Check Out The Better Business Bureau

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calling the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a great way to get a general sense of the company. Using the BBB, you can find out what the company is rated and how long the company has been around for. Another great tool the BBB offers is allowing you to see what complaints (if any) have been filed against the company – and how the company responded. Did you know Jay360 is by Jay Fencing? You can check out Jay Fencing’s BBB page here!

Tip #3: Spend Time On Their Website

Checking out a potential contractor’s website is a great way to know more about them. For example, there’s nothing wrong with using stock images on any website. However, is the company trying to pass off those images as their own? That’s is a huge red flag. If something feels off or you suspect a company has been stealing images, do a quick reverse image search on Google. A reputable company will provide tons of images of their own work and will never lie to attract customers. Their website may also provide valuable testimonials as well as additional contact information.

Source – Wikihow.com

Tip #4: Identify What Type Of Gate You Want

Not every installer works with the same brands or types of gates. Though you may not know exactly what type of gate you want, it is a good idea to have some types in mind before searching for an installer. That way, you can save time by immediately ruling out companies that do not work with your ideal gate.

Gate Installers By Province

We know finding a great installer can be tricky. So we’ve looked at online reviews and BBB ratings for various gate installers all across Canada. Here is our listing of some great installers by province to help get you started!

British Columbia

Premium Fence Company, Surrey, British Columbia
Google Reviews: 4.9 Stars
Better Business Bureau: A+ Rating 

Alberta

Alberta Gate and Fence, Gunn, Alberta
Facebook Business Rating: 4.5 Stars 
Better Business Bureau: N/A

Saskatchewan

Madsen Fence, Saskatoon & Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Facebook Business Rating: 5 Stars
Better Business Bureau: N/A

Manitoba

Wallace + Wallace, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Google Reviews: 4 Stars 
Better Business Bureau: N/A 

Ontario

Jay360, Waterloo, Ontario 
Google Reviews: 4.8 Stars (Jay Fencing Reviews) 
Better Business Bureau: A+ (Jay Fencing)

Quebec

Inter Clôtures Sentinelle, Laval, Quebec (Note: This website is in French) 
Google Reviews: 4.3 Stars 
Better Business Bureau: N/A 

New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island

Eastern Fence, Moncton, New Brunswick
Yellow Pages: 4 Stars 
Better Business Bureau: A+ 

Newfoundland & Labrador

Provincial Fence and Specialties, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Average rating: 3.5 stars

Note: For Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut fencing companies check out Yellowpages.ca and Angie’s list for companies and reviews near you.

Find Your Perfect Gate With Jay360!

Jay360 can help you choose and install the perfect privacy, security, or automatic gate for you, your business, and your family. Over the years, we have supplied and installed a lot of gates! With over 28 years of experience, we know how to install and repair gates of all sizes and shapes.

We can supply and install anything from door, swing, and various versions of slider gates. We carry a wide variety of manufactured gates and create custom designs according to your specifications and dimensions.

You can always rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 to provide you with the best home security solutions. We will recommend only the security products and services that meet your specific needs and budget. Call on Jay 360 today!

How Far Can the Average Surveillance Cameras See?

Posted by on Dec 4, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How Far Can the Average Surveillance Cameras See?

Knowing the range limits for your surveillance cameras and system can help you better manage your privacy and potential points of intrusion. Jay 360 are the go to advisors in helping you secure your home or commercial premises.  Click here to secure your premises today. There are many factors  with determining quality of visible range. This article helps provide an appreciation for these factors, common misunderstanding for buyers, and a comparison of camera performance. With an analysis using common types of cameras: optical surveillance may provide a range of 10-700 feet.

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Workplace Privacy Rights

Posted by on Dec 3, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Workplace Privacy Rights

Surveillance systems, such as surveillance cameras, are found in many workplaces across Canada. Though surveillance systems can help employees and workers stay safe, they can also be a cause for concern. It is important for everyone involved to
know Ontario’s workplace privacy rights and laws. This article will outline everything you need to know about workplace privacy rights for managers, contractors, and employees alike. It is especially important for business owners to understand workplace privacy rights in order to avoid legal consequences. If you have any questions about workplace safety, don’t hesitate to contact the security professionals at Jay360 today!

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Workplace Privacy Rights – Managers & Business Owners

It is important that managers know and understand their employee’s workplace privacy rights. This will help keep both managers and their employees safe. Business owners should ensure that employee information is stored safely and that only relevant and required personal information is collected. Failure to ensure the security of your employees’ personal information remains personal can result in serious consequences and even lawsuits.

Surveillance Cameras

Surveillance cameras are becoming more and more common in the workplace. Business owners and/or managers should install easily readable signs informing employees and the public that they are under surveillance (source). In Canada, surveillance cameras in the workplace are not allowed to have an audio component. Recording private conversations without consent is a criminal offense.

To stay in compliance with the law, managers should install video-only surveillance cameras (source). To learn more about Ontario surveillance camera laws, click here.

Managers may also wonder what exactly they can use captured surveillance footage for. You can only use captured video surveillance footage for its intended purpose. In most workplaces, this purpose is preventing or catching criminal activity. According to the Information and Privacy Commissioner of OntarioGuidelines for the Use of Video Surveillance,

“institutions may only use personal information collected by means of video surveillance for the purpose of the video surveillance program or for a consistent purpose.” 

Personal Information

Like surveillance cameras, recording of personal information can also be a sensitive spot in the workplace. Employers need some personal information from their employees, such as Social Insurance Numbers, addresses, email addresses, and other information for things such as benefits or pay. However, private information must be kept secure. Managers must respect employees’ workplace privacy rights. Under the Ontario Employment Standards Act (ESA), certain information collected from the employee is legally required to be kept secure. Some of this information includes:

  • Hours an employee has worked
  • Employee’s name and address
  • Date of hire
  • Date of termination
  • Vacation pay
  • And more

Employers should ensure that only authorized staff have access to employee records. The ESA provides general guidelines to ensure that personal employee information is only seen by those who need to see it. Some of these guidelines include taking precautions when storing employee information, not disclosing employee information to anyone without the employee’s permission, and only allowing authorized staff to access records (source).

 

Workplace Privacy Rights – Employees

When it comes to surveillance cameras, your workplace privacy rights may depend upon whether you are part of a union or not. Some unions prohibit an employer’s use of video surveillance if used for the purpose of monitoring employees. If a union dispute occurs, a labour arbitrator rather than the courts will decide whether or not to view employer’s video footage. In a non-unionized workplace, employees have a general right t0 privacy unless otherwise stated or waived (source). Your employer should make it clear if there are cameras in your workplace.

Surveillance systems and the collection of personal information can make employees feel uncomfortable in the workplace. It is important that managers explain to their employees how records will be stored or surveillance footage will be used if an employee expresses concern.

Knowing employee privacy rights can also help employees feel more comfortable in the workplace. However, there are some ‘gaps‘ in the current workplace privacy legislation. In some cases, a certain privacy concern may not fall under any provincial law. In a case like that, employees may have to refer to their workplace contract rather than provincial or federal legislation.

Still, there are rules and rights regarding employee privacy rights. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada outlines many ways to respect employee privacy. Some of these include:

  • Employees should be knowledgeable and consent to the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information
  • Employees should be able to access their personal information and challenge the accuracy of it
  • Employees should know why personal information is being collected and what their employer will do with it
  • And more

 

Workplace Privacy Rights – Contractors

When hiring a self-employed contractor, it is extremely important that you find out if the relationship between you and the contractor will be considered employer-employee or that of a business to a self-employed contractor (source). This is important as the type of relationship will determine the applicable employment rules and regulations.

If you hire a contractor and have a surveillance camera on your property, ensure your camera is not breaking any potential surveillance camera bylaws that may be in effect in your region. Since surveillance camera laws in most areas are not absolute, it may be a good idea to read through an article like Do Employers Have a Right To Spy On Their Workers in order to get a better understanding of surveillance camera and contractor privacy rights.

As an employer of a contractor, you have the same responsibilities as any other employer does with their workers. Employers must ensure that employee’s personal information is protected. Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) helps businesses gain the proper understanding of their own obligations and how to comply with regulations (source).

How To Resolve Workplace Privacy Issues

There are a few ways to resolve privacy issues in the workplace. Privacy laws surrounding surveillance in the workplace are not always clear and vary depending on the type of workplace. For example, if you have a privacy concern and are part of a union, the concern will be looked at by a union arbitrator instead of the court. If you file a complaint in a non-unionized workplace, your contract and legislation will be looked at. If the issue cannot be resolved, the issue would then be brought to an administrative tribunal or to court (source).

Many workers feel uncomfortable about the use of surveillance cameras in their workplace. Some workers even worry that their managers or supervisors are actually spying on them at work. Remember that most business owners will install security cameras to protect their workers. However, if you feel uncomfortable, you should bring it up with your employer and see if there is a security camera policy in place.

If you have a privacy concern, try your best to work it out with your employer. They may be unaware of the issue or are not up to date on the most recent legislation. It is always good to try to solve a problem right away before it gets out of hand.

 

Surveillance Camera Bylaws

Some cities and regions in Ontario have surveillance camera Bylaws. These Bylaws regulate how cameras are used and where they can be pointed at. See the list below for current surveillance camera Bylaws in Ontario.

Does Your Region Have Camera Bylaws? Find Out Now!

Contact The Security Experts At Jay360 Today!

Are you concerned about surveillance camera placement? Worried about complying with workplace security and privacy laws? Jay360 helps you position your security system not only for an optimized security profile, but also for bylaw and regulation compliance!

As a business owner, it’s important that you understand privacy laws and ensure your employees feel safe and comfortable at work.

Ensure you have the right tools for the job when safeguarding your premise with the right security advisor for peace of mind and privacy.

You can rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay 360 to provide you with the best home security solutions. Digital or analog, we have you covered. We will recommend only the security products that meet your specific needs and budget.

Everything You Need To Know: Ontario Neighbour Laws

Posted by on Nov 27, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Everything You Need To Know: Ontario Neighbour Laws

Knowing all of the relevant laws and bylaws regarding your neighbours can help prevent potential conflict and disputes. What are the Ontario neighbour laws that you should know? This article will outline important bylaws governing you and your neighbours. From fence height to surveillance cameras to safety concerns, this article will cover it all. Want to know more about property bylaws and home security? Contact the experts at Jay360 now!

Everything You Need To Know: Ontario Neighbour Laws

Unfortunately, neighbour disputes are not unheard of, and can often escalate beyond what anyone anticipated. In one case outlined by Nelligan.ca, a battle over the placement of a detached garage ended up costing $70,000 in legal fees (source). Most often, neighbour disputes can be easily settled with kind words and compromise. However, that is not always the case. That’s why understanding Ontario neighbour laws is so important. Following bylaw guidelines and regulations can save you a major headache, and maybe even money!

Ontario Fencing Bylaws

Fencing is one of the biggest problems between neighbours. So-called “ugly” fences offending passersby, improper fence height, and fences placed over property lines are some of the most common problems. A quick search online will show you how prevalent this is all across Ontario. In March 2017, DurhamRegion.ca reported that an Ajax woman was looking at $50,000 in court fees due to a fencing dispute.  According to reports, her fence was eight feet high, while the local bylaw limits fence height to six feet.

Understanding fencing bylaws before installing a fence can save you thousands of dollars in legal fees and hours of frustration. Most Ontario fencing bylaws follow similar guidelines. However, to find the specifics for your area, you will need to look at your city, town, or municipality’s bylaws.

Fencing Bylaws

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Ontario Surveillance Camera Bylaws

As personal surveillance cameras become more and more common, so do neighbour disputes about them. Neighbours often feel uncomfortable if it appears a neighbour’s camera is pointing towards their home. In March 2017, TheRecord.com reported an ongoing neighbour dispute in the Waterloo region regarding fencing as well as the positioning of surveillance cameras. The court case lasted 8 and a half days and cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Because residential surveillance cameras are still relatively new, some regions do not currently have bylaws surrounding their use. If your region does not have camera bylaws, there are general tips to help prevent accidental invasion of privacy and neighbour conflict:

  • Talk to your neighbours – tell them about your security cameras and explain why you chose to install them. This will help eliminate suspicions and fears that you may be spying on them.
  • Point cameras away from neighbours – try your best to position your camera so it only points towards your property. Ideally, none of your neighbour’s property will be seen on your camera.
  • Compromise – if your neighbours feel uncomfortable, try your best to compromise with a level head. Be calm, polite, and listen to their concerns before reacting.

Surveillance Camera Bylaws

Does Your Region Have Camera Bylaws? Find Out Now!

 

Entering Neighbour’s Property Bylaws

Generally, it is best to stay off of your neighbour’s property unless otherwise agreed upon. In Ontario, there are laws regulating trespassing. These laws are very specific and govern what exactly counts as trespassing. There are even different rules regarding trespassing at night vs during the day. Trespassing laws in Ontario are made up of tort law, provincial legislation, and criminal law. These laws apply to everyone in Ontario (source).

There is also a recently passed bylaw in Toronto called Right-Of-Entry. This bylaw allows neighbours to apply for a permit. This permit allows individuals to go onto neighbour’s land for the purpose of repairing or altering existing structures that can only be accessed by a neighbouring property. The alterations and repairs can only be made to structures that the permit holder owns.

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How To Avoid Neighbour Disputes

Not all neighbour disputes end in huge court cases and thousands of dollars in legal fees. Still, even minor neighbour disputes can take an emotional toll on those involved. Here are some tips to help avoid disputes over fences, cameras, property lines, and everything else in between.

  • Communicate – As mentioned above, communication is always the right first step! If you have a concern, or suspect your neighbour may have a concern, talk about it. It is best to talk things out in the early stages of a problem before it escalates to a full-blown conflict.
  • Know The Bylaws – Knowing the bylaws of your area, and knowing that you are in compliance with them, will help prevent conflict. If everything on your property is up to code, you will likely run into little to no problems with your neighbours.
  • Know Your Property – Do you know exactly where your property begins and ends? Most people aren’t aware of the precise boundary lines. Keep a handy record of your property details and know your boundary lines. This will not only prevent problems, but also ensure you are not taken advantage of.
  • Keep Trees/Bushes Trimmed – Your neighbours should not have to deal with your trees or bushes. If you notice your trees/bushes are over the property line, trim them so they are only on your proprety. Your neighbours can request you maintain your trees or bushes and keep them off their property, but whatever else you do with your plants on your property is up to you.

Contact The Security Experts At Jay360 Today!

After reading the bylaws, are you concerned about surveillance camera placement? Worried about neighbour disputes? Jay360 looks at helping you position your security system not only for an optimized security profile, but also for bylaw compliance!

Ensure you have the right tools for the job when safeguarding your premise with the right security advisor for peace of mind and privacy.

You can rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay 360 to provide you with the best home security solutions. Digital or analog, we have you covered. We will recommend only the security products that meet your specific needs and budget.

 

Neighbour with dog image source: Lars Plougmann from Flickr.com (image cropped and brightened)

Automatic Barrier Gate – 7 Of The Best Designed Models

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Automatic Barrier Gate – 7 Of The Best Designed Models

 

Do you need an automatic barrier gate for your commercial property? Automatic barrier gates are a great way to add extra security to your property. They help ensure that only select cars enter your parking lot or a restricted area. Additional security measures such as an automatic barrier gate can help keep you, your workers, and your clients safe. For more information about commercial or residential security, contact Jay360 today!

Check out this video below to see a wide variety of automatic barrier gates by Daosafe Tech.

Automatic Barrier Gate – 7 Of The Best Designed Models

As you can see from the video above, there are many different styles of automatic barrier gates. Depending on the level of security you need, the size of driveway/parking lot, and other property factors, one style of gate may suit your needs better than another. This list will go over 7 of the best designed automatic barrier gates and will outline the best features of each one!

 

1. LiftMaster – MATDCBB3

 

 

Image source: LiftMaster.com

The LiftMaster MATDCBB3 comes with many security features and performance features to ensure safety for your property! Some of the most notable features include battery backup in case of power failure, a breakaway arm that can easily be reinstalled in case of breakage, and an anti-tailgate feature preventing unauthorized entry. This automatic barrier gate by LiftMaster is designed to keep traffic flowing for 24 hours a day.

2. Automatic Systems – Universal Perimeter Rising Barrier Gate (BL 229)

 

Image source: nam.automatic-systems.com

The BL 229 Universal Perimeter Rising Barrier Gate by Automatic Systems is a great option for many different applications including industrial lots, parking lots, and for traffic management. The BL 229 is also recommended for toll roads, making it a great universal option. Some notable features include that it is highly configurable & suitable for many environments, has a control unit that allows the barrier to adapt to different purposes, and offers fast yet quiet gate movements.

3. SKIDATA – Barrier.Gate

 

Click here to view the SKIDATA Barrier.Gate interactive diagram.

The Barrier.Gate by SKIDATA is a universal automatic barrier gate with a unique look and feel. You can view a 3D interactive diagram of the Barrier.Gate on SKIDATA’s website, making it easy to decide if this gate is right for you and your property. With the Barrier.Gate, you can choose from a wide variety of options such as boom length (up to 4.5 meters long), jointed arms, and the option to display various symbols to your customers.

4. Nice – Wide Barrier

 

Image source: Niceforyou.com

The Wide Barrier by Nice is one of their newer products and features a flexible barrier that can fit passageways from 3 meters all the way up to 7 meters! It includes modular bars and their new bar joint allowing for great flexibility. This product is known for its easy installation process, obstacle detection system, wind-resistant bar, and options from small to large. The Wide Barrier can be used in a variety of environments including commercial parking lots, residential parking areas, small business lots, and underground parking.

5. LiftMaster – Industrial-Duty Wishbone Arm Barrier Gate Operator

 

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The LiftMaster Industrial-Duty Wishbone Arm Barrier Gate Operator BG790 model is a heavy duty barrier gate operator that includes a Wishbone Arm that is 24 feet (7.3 meters) long. The BG790 model is great for industrial uses and environments where a strong, sturdy, and heavier-duty barrier gate is required. Some notable features include a weather-resistant finish, 25 cycles per hour capacity, and storage for up to 90 remotes.

6. Canadian Parking Equipment – Magnetic MicroDrive Parking Gate

 

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The Magnetic MicroDrive Parking Gate by Canadian Parking Equipment is the perfect automatic barrier gate for those looking for environmentally friendly options! This gate offers 75% less power consumption than other comparable gates and is made from 99% recyclable materials. The MHTM™ MicroDrive features high efficiency, innovative drive technology, 10m cycle warranty, and more. The barrier control features easy access from all sides, 6 languages, ease of operation, and more. If you’re looking for something different, this gate is a great choice.

7. Canadian Parking Equipment – Flex 18 Barrier Gate

The Flex 18 Barrier Gate by Canadian Parking Equipment is an automatic gate designed for commercial and industrial use. A great choice for parking lots and industrial lots, the Flex 18 Barrier Gate can span lanes up to 20 feet (6 meters). This gate made our list due to the fact that there are so many options! You can choose from a wooden arm or an aluminum arm, vehicle presence detection, 10 IO controller or 26 IO controller, and more. Check out the video below to see the Flex 18 Barrier Gate in action.

 

Why Choose An Automatic Barrier Gate?

If you are looking for extra security for your property, automatic barrier gates are a great security solution! Automatic barrier gates help ensure that only select guests, clients, and personnel enter your property. Automatic barrier gates are widely used for:

  • Small commercial parking lots
  • Industrial sites/parking lots
  • Hospitals, warehouses, and other large lots
  • Parking garages
  • Private/residential parking areas

Restricting access to your property can help ensure the safety of you and those around you. Automatic barrier gates can ensure that only your employees park in a designated area, discourage unwanted visitors from loitering, and create additional safety measures for isolated areas such as underground parking garages. Depending on your system, they can also help you keep track of those who enter and leave your property in case of an emergency.

Expertly Install Your Automatic Barrier Gate With Jay360!

One of the best ways to ensure your brand new automatic barrier gate will work as needed is by hiring an experienced gate installer. Even finding the right gate for you and your property can be a challenge. With Jay360, you will get to work with the experts who can help you find the perfect gate and properly install it.

There are lots of guides and videos online that show how to build and/or install your own security gate. For the very experienced handyman, this might be possible.

However, a poorly installed security gate can cause more problems than it’s worth and fail to provide the security and safety you require. Even LiftMaster.com recommends you always go with a professional installer when installing a new automatic barrier gate.

At Jay360, we have supplied and installed many gates over the years. Because of this, we have gained experience and with each installation and overcome functionality flaws to ensure a properly adjusted gate, whether automatic or manual.

We can supply and install anything from door, swing, and various versions of slider gates. We carry a wide variety of manufactured gates and can even create custom designs according to your specifications and dimensions.

With over 20 years of experience, you can always rely on the knowledge and experience of Jay360 to provide you with the best home security solutions. If you need a security gate in the Kitchener, Waterloo, Oakville, or Brampton area, contact Jay360 today for more information!

We will recommend only the security products and services that meet your specific needs and budget. Call on Jay 360 today!

 

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