Gates of the rich and famous

Gates of the rich and famous

Ever wondered what lies behind the gates of the rich and famous? Can you guess which wealthy and/or famous residents live (or lived) behind these gates?

1. The gates at the entrance of Hatfield House

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2.The gates surrounding Beckingham Palace

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3.  Sir Richard Branson Home, Kensington

(photo credit www.mostexpensive.co.uk)

4.Gates of the rich and famous

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Fancy gates don’t need to be the preserve of the rich and famous. Of course, stunning gates aren’t only used to keep out over-zealous fans and unwanted paparazzi. Okay, so the Prime Minister and Queen have got them (as have many celebrities and VIPs). But there is a good reason why… enhanced security.

This could explain the whopping 30% growth in the automatic gates industry. Many homeowners simply want to feel more secure, plus there is the added benefit that the installation of electric gates also improves the aesthetic appearance and curb appeal of their properties, and in turn the property value.

Electric gates can add the finishing touch to any property and don’t need to cost the earth.  At AJS Garage Doors we can automate existing gates or arrange for new gates to be made and automated. Both sliding gates and swing gates can be automated.

To find out more contact us on 01992 630404 or pop into our Cheshunt showroom.

Answers a) The Marquess of Salisbury, Hatfield House, Hertfordshire b) David and Victoria Beckham, Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire c) Richard Branson, London d) The Queen (occasionally!) Sandringham House, Norfolk
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