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It can be very frustrating to finish a long commute only to have to get out of the car, open a gate, drive through it, get out of the car again and close the gate. With this in mind another trendy feature for your iron driveway gates is to install an automatic gate opener. Electric gates provide indispensable convenience, allowing a gate to be opened without ever having to leave your car and therefore eliminating all those cumbersome steps. When purchasing electric gates you need to consider a few options. The most obvious is deciding whether you want your driveway gate to open by sliding or swinging outwards. Swing gates are more aesthetically pleasing but you must take into account the opening radius depending on the length of the gate. Sliding gates will eliminate this issue as they retract rather than swing out. You will also need to consider how much power is required to open and close your driveway gate. The amount of power is dependent on the size of your gate, how it opens and how many times it will need to be opened each day. Finally, how will your gate be accessed, and by how many users?Electric gates are operated by a controller which sends a signal to the opening mechanism. There are several options for your controller: Wireless Wired keypads Keypads with intercoms Key card operated controllers Controllers operated by remotes or telephones Each of these features will affect the price and your final decision should be based on your budget and personal preference.

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This price includes a 6 month money back guarantee. For higher monthly costs, customers can receive a free Nest Learning Thermostat, other home automation features, and free equipment installation. Several reviews have indicated poor customer service, high cancellation fees, and expensive rates for installation and service visits. The company is not very transparent about pricing for plans or equipment on its site, but you can read more ADT reviews here. Since its founding in 1994, Moni has provided home security solutions to over 1 million customers. The company uses high quality, warrantied equipment and smart home technology security systems while offering three separate plans. The company provides some false alarm protection features and has flexible options for customers who move while under contract. Consumers should note that though Moni Smart Security advertises free equipment and installations, it charges steep activation fees and requires its customers to sign lengthy contracts with high monthly monitoring rates. Moni recently received the J. D. Power Award.