Advantages of Having a Gate Remote11/10/2013 Back To Blog
Having a security gate on your property has many advantages. First and foremost is the security factor. Your family and your property are more secure. Your home is better protected than those without. Gates also offer a level of privacy that you may not otherwise have. Regardless of your reasoning for having one, what you definitely want to have with it is a gate remote system.
If you have had a new gate installation, you should have had some sort of remote entry installed with it. Think about it. You return home and are ready to enter your property. Without a remote opener, you have to get out of your vehicle, manually open the doors, and then proceed through. Once through, you have to get out of your vehicle again and close the doors. While it might not seem like much, if you leave your home several times a day, the time spent opening and closing can add up. Gate Repair Pasadena would recommend having a remote system since it is much more convenient.
Most gate remotes will come with some type of security code. You must have the code in order to gain access to the property. Without it, you cannot pass through. This, of course, is by design and adds a layer of security. Only those who are permitted on the property will have the security code. Unwanted persons are kept out. A nice steel gate structure can also act as a sort of deterrent against crime. A burglar is less likely to try and enter your property and home if he has to somehow get past a gate.
There are a number of safety issues related to getting in and out of your vehicle to open and close your gates. Without swinging gate safety sensors or sliding gate safety sensors, you risk having the doors close on you or your vehicle. Manually opening and closing the doors will also leave your property open to unwanted visitors for a short period of time. Someone could gain access while you are busy with the manual open and close. Having a multicode remote is just more convenient and safe.