About Pace Electric Gates
Electric Gates Made Easy
PACE make it easy to have the electric gates you want.
We start by visiting you, so we can see where the gates will go. This site survey helps us decide the best method of automating the gates. We install both swinging and sliding gates. Electro-mechanical and hydraulic systems are available. Hydraulic systems are quieter, but tend to be more expensive.
Then we discuss the design and materials. We provide metal, wooden and synthetic wooden gates. We will show you example designs, then discuss exactly what you want. All our gates are bespoke, so you can have almost any design or features you want.
Based on the design and materials, we will give you a fixed price for the gates which covers everything : design, manufacture and installation. We’ll agree a date for the installation, and within a few weeks your new gates will be installed ready for you to use.
Big enough to deliver, small enough to care
Pace Electric Gates are created by highly-skilled metalwork experts Pace Sheet Metal, who have provided excellent metalwork to a wide range of customers in Essex and beyond since the mid 1990s.
We care about our customers. If there are any concerns, our customers can go right to the man at the top, the MD, who will take a personal interest in making sure they are happy with the work Pace does for them.
We have a highly skilled team, and a large workshop in Essex with excellent state of the art equipment, including CAD systems and laser cutting machines. This means we can deliver electric gates to almost any design, on spec and on time.
Safety First : WorkSafe
We are registered WorkSafe Contractors, which means that the way we manage Health and Safety is checked and approved by Safety Management Advisory Services ( SMAS).
SMAS is a dedicated Health and Safety assessment company. Their assessments are carried out by qualified Health and Safety professionals, who have successfully completed the assessor training course and are audited annually by an independently appointed auditor.
Our approval from SMAS means we are part of a SSIP scheme, which means it’s easy for our Health and Safety scheme to be recognised and approved by other companies. This helps when we are working as sub-contractors on large construction projects.