- Flat top closeboard gate with a solid top rail.
- Heavy-duty frame.
- All Groombridge gates are made to order.
- Priced per PAIR.
- All the timber used in the manufacture of these gates is pressure treated.
- For all the pairs of gates priced below, special widths and heights are priced as the next size up.
- For help with measuring up, see our Blog entry Measuring for new side or entrance gates.
- Other heights, widths and single gates are available please contact us for price and availability
Groombridge Closeboard Entrance Gates
£485.89 – £822.25 inc. VAT
Crestala’s Groombridge closeboard entrance gates are manufactured on-site in our own workshop by our skilled Gatemakers. We can make special sizes.
For help with measuring up for your new gates, see our Blog entry Measuring for new side or entrance gates to guide you through the process.
Gate fittings for all the different sizes of Groombridge gates are available. For Groombridge gates, we recommend using an adjustable hinge set. If you are unsure which type or size of hinge you need for your gates, please ask one of our team, who will advise you.
Groombridge closeboard entrance gates manufactured by Crestala are made to be robust yet offer excellent value for money. The timber we use is pressure-treated, joinery-grade, slow-growing Scandinavian redwood. The treatment provides good protection against rot and also insect attack.
All Groom bridge gates supplied by Crestala need to be stored, treated and cared for properly before and after hanging. Please, read the recommendations on our “Important Gate Care Information” sheet for more detailed instructions. Failure to follow these instructions may invalidate any future claims.
The framing timber sizes are Ex* 100mm x 75mm for the vertical Stiles and Ex* 100mm x 50mm for the horizontal Rails.
All external timbers expand & contract during the normal weathering process, and treated timber even more so. As a result of this natural process, treated softwood gates will be susceptible to movement and shaking (cracks in the timber). This is not considered to be a defect unless very severe.
*Measurements shown are taken before the wood is planed. Its finished size is roughly 5mm smaller than the original size shown.
0.9m (35 1/2"), 1.2m (47 1/4"), 1.5m (59"), 1.8m (71"), 2.1m (6'10")
0.9m, 1.2m, 1.5m, 1.8m
1.8m (6'), 2.4m (8'), 3m (10'), 3.6m (12')