May 24, 2019 5:05 pm
I just had a double colorbond gate installed. Some cement were poured around the latches to act as an anchor because the latches do not reach the ground. This did not even last a day. The wind blew the gate open.
The gate was done at this height because of my concrete path around the house (which is about 15cm high) and I'm planning to add some soil or gravel to level the ground to the concrete pathway afterwards. Is there a better solution to hold the gates until the ground is levelled?
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