The majority of rear entry homes in North Texas have a fenced in backyard that stops at the driveway. Having a driveway fenced in creates a larger play area for children perfect for a basketball court, skate boards or roller blades. This also eliminates the fear of children being struck by a car while playing in a driveway. If a homeowner extends the fence across the driveway then up the property line, the size of the entire backyard could increases by as much as 40%.
There are a few ways to do this. If you’re planning on fencing in the entire back portion of your property an automated access gate is a great option. This comes in two forms sliding or swing. You may be stuck on deciding which to go with. Truly, neither mode of operation is better than the other. Both sliding and swing gates can provide years of lasting use. For Automatic Swing Gates, use of hydraulic or mechanical operators will ensure trouble free installation and use. Sliding gates are used more frequently in commercial or industrial applications, but can be modified for residential use. Titan Fence offers an inventory flush with different operating and control options Titan Fence experts will work with you on deciding which mode is best suited to your new or existing fence configuration.