Want a straight top gate but nothing too simple?
Want a bit more than a fully boarded flat top gate?
Don’t want a fancy shaped head?
Then why not try our St Asaph pedestrian gates?
Based on a through wedged, morticed and tenon jointed frame, the St Asaph comprises a flat top (nothing too fussy!) but with a simple vision panel section immediately below, the open vision panel is divided by vertical infills (morticed and tenon jointed in to the gate frame).
Pictured as a fully closed boarded gate, do you want something you can see a bit more through – an open boarded version can be manufactured for you! A smaller garden gate version is also available along with a set of wooden driveway gates!
Available in a choice of five different woods, the St Asaph can also be supplied with matching driveway gates and garden gates.
St Asaph pedestrian gate – specifications
All top edges on any horizontal rails of the St Asaph gate feature an angled water run off, this stops the build up of moisture on your gates and makes for a longer lifespan. The stiles of the St Asaph gate (vertical outer uprights of the gate frame) also have rounded outer edges.
Manufactured in the following kiln dried timbers –
- Prime European Oak (Hardwood)
- Accoya (Acetylated Softwood)
- Idigbo (Hardwood)
- Meranti (Hardwood)
- Scandinavian Redwood (Softwood)
Construction – Through wedged, morticed & tenoned jointed
Height – Made to measure
Width – Made to Measure
Stiles – 2 3/4″ x 2 3/4″ / 70mm x 70mm
Top rail/Head & Full thickness mid rails – 2 3/4″ x 2 3/4″ / 70mm x 70mm
Hidden rails (visible from rear only) – 2 3/4″ x 1 7/8″ / 70mm x 48mm
Boarding – 3 3/4″ x 7/8” / 95mm x 15mm
Infill (top ‘open vision panel’ section)– 1 3/4″ x 3/4″ / 45mm x 18mm (with gaps of no more than 8″/200mm between uprights)
St Asaph guide prices
The St Asaph guide prices are based on a gate 6ft high x 3ft overall wide (approx 1830mm high x 915mm wide), these are NOT from prices, smaller gates will be more economical etc – contact us for a price! All prices are correct time of insertion and are EX VAT. Free delivery to most parts of the UK mainland is included – exclusions do apply, again please contact us.
Scandinavian Redwood – Softwood £317
We use Unsorted Scandinavian Redwood, despite its name it is sorted for smaller knot size and less of them for better strength. Creamy white to yellow in colour.
Can be painted or stained.
Approx weight guide 550 KG/M3
Meranti – Hardwood £466
Used as a Mahogany substitute. Can vary in colour from a pinky red to dark red colour.
Can be painted or stained.
Approx weight guide 550-710 KG/M3
Idigbo – Hardwood £504
A plain light brown timber which gives the Oak look but without the Oak price tag. As strong as English Oak. Also known in the trade as ‘poor mans oak’.
Can be stained, however avoid painting.
Approx weight guide 560 KG/M3
Accoya – Modified Softwood £873
The most longer lasting timber on the market! Doesn’t absorb water so doesn’t rot, also as water is not absorbed then any movement within the timber is minimal! Ideal even for the most challenging enviroments. Timber is guaranteed for 50 years againts rot and decay. Recommended ironmongery and fixings for Accoya is Marine Grade Stainless Steel. Can be painted or stained.
We use Grade A1 Accoya specially sorted with few knots.
Approx weight guide 510KG/M3
European Oak – Hardwood £946
Oak needs no introduction, appearance wise it is a light yellow to brown colour. We use the Prime grade of European Oak with fewer knots for unbeatable strength and maximum wow factor! Recommended fixings for Oak is Marine Grade Stainless Steel.
Can be stained, as with Idigbo avoid painting.
Approx weight guide 720 KG/M3