A1 Gate Guys is your certified and reliable, electric swing and slide gate repair company in Grapevine, TX. Were here to sell, service, and repair all of types of residential sliding and swing gate openers. Here at A1 Gate Guys we are always available to you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year to repair, service, sell, or if needed replace your residential driveway automatic, electric, battery backup, and solar powered swing or slide gate operator(s). Have one of our professionally trained, certified, gate repair technicians provide you with a professional automatic gate repair, service, sale, or new gate opener installation with the highest quality parts available in the automatic gate repair industry. You can rest easy in knowing that your solar / electric powered swing or sliding gate opener repair will ensure that everything will operate smoothly and securely. We are so happy to be working in the Grapevine, Texas area and cannot wait to help all of the residence in your city with their gate repair needs.
It is always in your best interest to repair any minor issues that may arise from your automatic gate operator issues prior to them creating a much bigger problem and possibly costing you the homeowner more financial burden and heartache to repair your driveway gate in the future. Your automatic swing and slide gate operator, could be malfunctioning for several different reasons. These are just a few common things that you as a consumer can check for and inspect prior to calling a professional gate repair service technician.
Some actions you can try to do on your own, for do it yourselfer type individuals:
7b. If corrosion is built up on the batteries or on or around the terminals and cable connections.
7c. You should disconnect the battery from the connection terminals and clean the corrosion off both the batteries and connection terminals.
7d. Then reconnect the terminals onto the batteries and see if that works.
8a. Gate has encountered two consecutive obstructions while trying to close or open.
8A. Any re-new command will resume normal operation but not a radio command. Check for obstructions.
8B. You can stop the alarm by using the built-in reset button
8C. You can stop the alarm by using an optional stop button
If you still cannot figure out what the issue or problem is we suggest that you give us a call anytime 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year at (469) 277-8333 A1 Gate Guys of Grapevine, Texas and schedule an on-time appointment to repair or service your automatic swing or sliding gate operator, solar powered swing or sliding gate operator, battery backup swing or sliding gate operator, or electric swing or sliding gate operator as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you, and you can always speak to one of our friendly and professional customer service representatives at (469) 277-8333.
Here are a few signs that your automatic gate needs to be serviced or repaired:
Whether it is your automatic electric, or solar slide gate opener chain that has come loose, your automatic, gate opener has stopped working, or your automatic,gate has shifted and won’t open or close properly anymore. We have the solution for any of your Grapevine, Texas automatic, electric, battery backup, and solar powered gate opener repair needs. A1 Gate Guys of Grapevine, Texas prides itself on the working and repairing the following but not limited to residential automatic, electric, battery backup, and solar powered swing and slide gate manufactures: LiftMaster, US Automatic, Eagle, Viking as well as several other types of residential electric, automatic, battery backup, and solar powered gate operators. Our professional certified gate operator technicians can diagnose and repair the problem and or even install a brand new automatic, electric, battery backup, or solar gate opener for you and your family.
About Grapevine, TX
Grapevine is a city and suburb of Dallas and Fort Worth located in northeast Tarrant County, Texas, in the United States of America, with a few portions of the city extending into Dallas County and Denton County. The city is in the Mid-Cities suburban region in the Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington metroplex and includes a larger portion of DFW International Airport, than other surrounding cities. The city is adjacent to Grapevine Lake, a large reservoir impounded by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1952 that serves as a source of water and recreational area.
In October of 1843, General Sam Houston and fellow Republic of Texas Commissioners camped at Tah-Wah-Karro Creek, also known as Grape Vine Springs, to meet with the leaders of 10 Indian nations. This meeting culminated in the signing of a treaty of “peace, friendship, and commerce,” which opened the area for homesteaders. The settlement that emerged was named Grape Vine due to its location and the appropriately named Grape Vine Prairie near Grape Vine Springs, both names in homage to the wild grapes that grew in the area.
The first recorded white settlement in what would become the modern city occurred in the late 1840s and early 1850s. General Richard Montgomery Gano owned property near Grape Vine and helped organize the early settlement against Comanche Indians raiding parties before leading his band of volunteers to battle in the American Civil War. Growth during the 19th century was slow but steady; by 1890, Grape Vine had about 800 residents supported by such amenities as a newspaper, a public school, several cotton gins, a post office, and railroad service. The settlement made continued gains early in the 20th century and on January 12, 1914, the post office altered the town’s name to one word: Grapevine.
On Easter Sunday, April 1, 1934, Henry Methvin, an associate of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, killed two police officers, E.B. Wheeler and H.D. Murphy, during an altercation near Grapevine. A historical marker remains at the intersection of Dove Road and State Highway 114.
Grapevine’s population fell during the interwar period, as the economy stagnated, though the city was officially incorporated in 1936. Cotton was the primary crop for Grapevine until the early 20th century, when it was overtaken by cantaloupe farms that accounted for about 25,000 acres. For several decades, until the early 1970s, the Rotary Club sign outside of town boasted Grapevine as the “Cantaloupe Capital of the World”. Population growth and economic gains resumed to some extent in the decades after World War II. In 1974 the opening of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport spurred massive development. Grapevine depended heavily upon agricultural production prior to the mid-20th century but transformed into a regional center of commerce because of its proximity to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s north entrance.
In recent years, several wineries have opened in Grapevine, and the city has been active in maintaining its historic downtown corridor.
If you have any automatic, solar, battery backup, or electric gate repair needs near you in the Grapevine, TX. area please don’t hesitate to give A1 Gate Guys a call at (469) 277-8333 and speak to one of our courteous customer service representatives and schedule an on time appointment at your convenience. We look forward to hearing from you if you ever need our professional repair services or new opener installation services. A1 Gate Guys is a full-service repair, sales, service, and new operator installation company with trusted, trained, and industry certified service technicians here in the Grapevine, Texas, and surrounding areas.