Wood gates #110-1 with four grids across.
Seen from within the property. Mounted to 6×6 posts set against the shingled wall. In this example the 6×6 jambs were provided by the installer and introduced in lieu of our standard jambs (1-1/2″T x 3-3/4″W) for two reasons: The wall itself may not be fully anchored, and simply wood framed, thus unable to fully support the front wood gate over time. Secondly, the price-point extended for gates up to 48″, and takes a considerable jump for gates between 48″-60″ width. Introducing the 6×6 posts brings the gate width down to the 48″ pricing tier.
Ashley Norton latch ‘MD’ and dead Bolt 4175
Painted finish—applied on site 3 weeks after gate is installed.
Wooden Gate Entrance #110-1
n the left, Charles having fun with Wenge corner mortise pins.
The grid dividers are dadoed for the half lap joints, but also rabbeted for the insert panels. On the property side, shown here, each insert panel is fitted with small wood stops.
Charles seen with a nearly finished wood gate #110–applying the innumerable wood stops to every grids.
The joinery for the wooden wood gate #110 is somewhat complicated. Not prohibitive, but creating the half-laps, as well as the rabbets for the stops requires a little forethought. There is a black crayon arrow in the forefront; the wood stops run continuous on either side of this divider, with the stops in the other, horizontal direction, cut to fit between the continuous stops.
Once the stops are glued in place, they are hand-planed flush, and then sanded smooth. The wood gate #110 is one of the more labor intensive designs.