Are you looking for auto gate repair in Auckland? Contact our team at Sesame Gate Automation today for a free quote or support. We are available 24/7.
Our team of automatic gate specialists is committed to providing exceptional customer service and quality workmanship. We will ensure that the solution we find is perfectly tailored to your needs and your premises.
We only use high-quality gear and adhere to the top installation and safety standards. When you choose to work with us, you can trust that your automatic gate repairs and maintenance will get delivered to the highest standards.
Electric gate repair
Our team at Sesame Gate Automation is fully trained and can work with any brand in the automatic gate industry, including BFT, Came, Centurion, and Farfisa. We’re your one-stop-shop for gate installation.
We can also conduct any repairs and upgrades you require on your intercoms, access control, remote controls, keypads, and safety systems.
If any issues arise in your automatic gate system, get in touch with us, and we will gladly assist you. Let us take you through some of the most common issues that come up with automatic gates. If you are ever unsure about what could be causing the issue in your gate, you should call us for auto gate repair in Auckland – we can help you diagnose the problem and fix it for you safely.
Gate not closing
A very common issue for sliding electric gates is when they do not close. Most of the time, the cause can be traced back to a fault in the safety devices. If replacing the battery doesn’t work, it might be an electrical issue – give us a call, and we will investigate.
Swing gate closing and reopening
Swing gates commonly close and reopen when they don’t have a stopper in the middle, and the gate closes too far and crosses the safety beamline. To fix the problem, adjusting the gate so it can be stopped in the correct place should do the trick.
From a lack of proper lubrication in the hinges to a dirty motor, lots of different factors can cause your automatic gate to make strange noises. Worn-out mechanical components can make an unpleasant grinding nose, and batteries often beep when they need attention.
If your gate starts to lag in its responses, its components have probably worn down and need repairs, especially if it’s happening consistently. If it happens once or twice on a very cold day and goes back to normal, you’re probably okay.
As you are probably aware, automatic gates are strong, heavy, and can move very quickly. If your gate continues to move even when there is something in its way that should trigger the safety system, you should call us straight away before it causes serious injuries. Sesame Gate Automation Auckland is available 24/7.
Gate not completely opening or closing
If your gate is not opening or closing properly, something might be in its way, the command to hold it open was activated somehow, or there is an electrical issue.
Swing gate is sagging
Sinking posts, worn hinges, and more can cause your gate to sag. You should call us as soon as you notice it – sagging gates can quickly transform into more severe problems.
Gate not locking
If your gate is latching but not locking, you probably have a power supply issue, which we can easily fix. Alternatively, it could be a result of poor installation or worn out hinges. Either way, you will need to call in the professionals at Sesame Gate Automation.
Even if your gate seems to be operating fine, if you see any visible damage you should give us a call before it starts to affect the gate operations.