Driveway Gate Ironmongery Pack (Black on Galvanised)

From: £89.61
Ironmongery Pack in Premium Black, suitable for driveway gates. The Dropbolt options include a Premium Black Dropbolt or Galvanised Lockable Dropbolt, as there is no Lockable version available in Premium Black.

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges. For gates over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by gate width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each gate. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the gate.

Dropbolt

The dropbolt secures the secondary gate to the floor.

Driveway Gate Ironmongery Pack (Black)

From: £36.78
Driveway Gate Ironmongery Pack in Black, suitable for driveway gates. The Dropbolt options include a Black Dropbolt or Galvanised Lockable Dropbolt, as there is no Lockable version available in Black.

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges. For gates over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by gate width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each gate. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the gate.

Dropbolt

The dropbolt secures the secondary gate to the floor.

Driveway Gate Ironmongery Pack (Stainless Steel)

From: £362.84
Ironmongery Pack in Stainless Steel, suitable for driveway gates.

Choosing Hinges

For gates over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by gate width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each gate. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the gate.

Dropbolt

The dropbolt secures the secondary gate to the floor.

Garage Door Ironmongery Pack (Black on Galvanised)

From: £96.57
Garage Door Ironmongery Pack in Premium Black, suitable for wooden garage doors.

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges and select how many pairs of hinges are required - default is one pair of hinges (i.e two hinges which is enough for one door, for a pair of doors two pair of hinges are required. For doors over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by door width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each door. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the door.

Dropbolt #1

The dropbolt secures the secondary door to the floor.

Dropbolt #2

Bow handle bolts aren't available in Premium Black, so a Dropbolt is used in its place. The Dropbolt is used to secure the secondary door to the frame.

Locks

Choose your favoured method of locking the doors, using either a Sashlock, Deadlock or Padbolt.

Garage Door Ironmongery Pack (Black)

From: £33.65
Garage Door Ironmongery Pack in Black.

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges and select how many pairs of hinges are required - default is one pair of hinges (i.e two hinges which is enough for one door, for a pair of doors two pair of hinges are required. For doors over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by door width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each door. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the door.

Dropbolt #1

The dropbolt secures the secondary door to the floor.

Bow Handle or Monkey Tail Bolt

The Bow Handle Bolt or Monkey Tail Bolt secures the secondary door to the frame.

Locks

Choose your favoured method of locking the doors, using either a Sashlock, Deadlock or Padbolt.

Garage Door Ironmongery Pack (Galvanised)

From: £34.65
Garage Door Ironmongery Pack in Galvanised finish.

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges and select how many pairs of hinges are required default is one pair of hinges (i.e two hinges which is enough for one door, for a pair of doors two pair of hinges are required. For doors over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by door width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each door. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the door.

Dropbolt #1

The dropbolt secures the secondary door to the floor.

Bow Handle or Monkey Tail Bolt

The Bow Handle Bolt or Monkey Tail Bolt secures the secondary door to the frame.

Locks

Choose your favoured method of locking the doors, using either a Sashlock, Deadlock or Padbolt.

Garage Door Ironmongery Pack (Stainless Steel)

From: £320.20
Garage Door Ironmongery Pack in Stainless Steel. Please note that some visible parts of the Sashlock and Deadlock options below are Brass, and that Garage Door Holders are in Black, as Stainless Steel options for these items aren't available.

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges and select how many pairs of hinges are required - default is one pair of hinges (i.e two hinges which is enough for one door, for a pair of doors two pair of hinges are required. For doors over 2130mm high, a third hinge should be added. The length of a hinge is denoted by door width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each door. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the door.

Dropbolt #1

The dropbolt secures the secondary door to the floor.

Dropbolt #2

Bow handle bolts aren't available in Stainless Steel, so a Dropbolt is used in its place. The Dropbolt is used to secure the secondary door to the frame.

Locks

Choose your favoured method of locking the doors, using either a Sashlock, Deadlock or Padbolt.

Pedestrian/Side Access Gate Ironmongery Pack (Black on Galvanised)

From: £40.64
Ironmongery Pack in Galvanised finish, for pedestrian/side access gates

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges. The length of a hinge is denoted by gate width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each gate. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the gate.

Locks

Choose your favoured method of locking the gates, using either a Sashlock, Deadlock, Padbolt or Gatemate lock.

Pedestrian/Side Access Gate Ironmongery Pack (Black)

From: £18.47
Ironmongery Pack in Black, for pedestrian/side access gates

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges. The length of a hinge is denoted by gate width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each gate. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the gate.

Pedestrian/Side Access Gate Ironmongery Pack (Stainless Steel)

From: £172.74
Pedestrian/Side Access Gate Ironmongery Pack in Stainless Steel, for pedestrian/side access gates in Accoya & Oak and others timbers that contain tannic acid which otherwise can corrode non-ferrous ironmongery. Also ideal for coastal locations!

Choosing Hinges

First choose your hinges. The length of a hinge is denoted by gate width - for normal domestic use the hinges should be 1/3 (one third) of the width of the each gate. For industrial or heavy domestic use then hinges should be 1/2 (half) of the width of the gate.