Heritage Cast Iron uSA gate and fence installation example 1

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Heritage Cast Iron uSA gate and fence installation example 1

Heritage Cast Iron USA gate andfence installation example 1Stewart 12’ Gate with Root Fix Full Height Fence


Project 1: Plan View


“Flat” Elevation: View From Street


Photo simulation of installed gate andfence


Excavation For Footings


Excavation For Footings


Excavation For Footings


Excavation For Footings and addingRebar


Excavation For Footings and addingRebar


Excavation For Footings and addingRebar


Forming up to make a neat finishedsurface


Forming up to make a neat finishedsurface


Pouring Concrete:First pour, nowready to set 2x4prior to finish pourand final dressing


Inserting the 2x4 into concrete pourunder fence locationsThis creates a slot for the rootfixing legs of the fence to fit into.Depending on your style offence, the slot may need to bedeeper or your footing contractormay pour the entire footingaround the fence panels


Finish pour: note 2x4 is centered underfence location


Finish Pour: 2x4 is located center


Finish Pour: 2x4 is located center


Concrete is cured and 2x4 is removedto make slot to receive fence


Concrete is cured and 2x4 is removedto make slot


Drilling the piers for install of postsusing masonry anchors


Drilled piers.We recommend anchoring posts usingstainless all-thread and epoxy


Setting Post


Post is Anchored, Fence is braced withlegs in slot


All set and level ready for final grouting


All set and level ready for final grouting


Recommendations• Use a qualified footing contractor who is familiar withsupporting dynamic loads for your soil and frost lineconditions. In some cases consulting with a footing designengineer may be advised before proceeding.• Use a qualified installer who is familiar with lifting andsetting gates and fences of this weight.• Use a qualified local gate operator installer and licensedelectrician if you automate your gates. Inform your installerof the weights of these products so that they may match thebest operator to the ironwork. Follow all recommendedsafety guidelines.• Call on HCIUSA for a plan and elevation view of yourinstallation, this is complimentary and will allow you tobetter coordinate the trades involved.


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