Make a Solid First Impression with an Overscallop Cantilever Gate

An overscallop cantilever gate set in a residential driveway with brick columns on either sideWhether you are looking for an estate gate for your home or a security feature for a property, you should consider an arched or overscallop cantilever gate. As America’s Gate is a custom gate manufacturer, you can truly make the gate your own. You may select any size opening, your arch may reach any height and it can drop has far as you would like on the sides. You can even vary the drop for a more wavy, contemporary look. Incorporate an emblem, feature or crest that represents something unique to you in your gate for a personal touch.

Ease, convenience and beauty for your property

Cantilever gates don’t touch the ground, which is really useful in areas that experience snow and ice. They accomplish this with rollers that are attached to large gate posts on the storage side of the fence. The storage is usually about half the length of the gate opening and allows the gate to open fully. You may decide to continue the overscallop arch of your gate if you would like.

Swing gates cannot fully open uphill, so homes with driveways that slope upward can really benefit from a cantilever gate. Cantilever gates don’t run into this issue, as they slide and store to the side of the opening.

The overscallop nature of these gates means the top rails are curved upward in a graceful arch, making it look more attractive and high-class than a gate with flat rails. The presence of this gate would give your property a more sophisticated feel and can even increase its property value. Even if your fence is a typical flat rail ornamental style, it can be accented with an overscallop or arched gate.

Discover our wide array of gate options at America’s Gate Company today.