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Custom Gate & Access, Inc. is a custom gate fabrication and installation business.  All our products are custom designed and built to order.  We specialize in both classic and contemporary designs. We understand the importance of creating harmony between your custom-made wooden gate and the existing style of your home. Whether you would like a design that accents your traditional-style cottage or one that complements your modern architecture, our designers can capture your vision. Our elegant arbors create a sanctuary in your own yard.  Select one of our impressive custom driveway gates to compliment your curb appeal


Our gates have their own personality.  They enhance their surrounds and are a work of art.


Our goal is simply to create the highest quality product while maintaining the budgetary concerns of our clients.  Occasionally we receive warm comments from our clients:


"First, I hope all is well with you and want you to know that we LOVE our beautiful gate and there isn’t a time we use it that we aren’t appreciative of the quality, beauty and reliability of our driveway gate over the past nearly 9 years of ownership and use!!

                                                                                                         Scott S. 

David Hagelthorn

Founder & CEO

For more than 24 years Custom Gate & Access has specialized in the design and manufacturing of high quality custom wood driveway gates, garden gates, trellises, and carriage style garage doors for the discerning client either residential or commercially. Our workmanship cannot be matched by anyone and we stand by our product for years to come! We know you will be completely satisfied with our products and excellent client services every step of the way. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to give me a call directly and I will be more than happy to assist you. Thank you again for choosing Custom Gate & Access. We look forward to serving you!

                                                                                                     –        David Hagelthorn

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