The Best Driveway Security Gates in 2019

No matter if you’re just doing some research study or if you’re prepared to upgrade to a new home security system, security cameras, motion sensors or in homes security, we’ve taken the time to take a look at dozens of product reviews, and put together a list of the most popular gear. Take a look at the best 7 Driveway Security Gates below.

SaleBestseller No. 1
CO-Z Automatic Sliding Gate Opener Hardware Sliding Driveway Security Kit (Sliding Gate Opener)
  • FOR 40 FT. & 1,400 LB. GATE: designed for heavy-duty sliding gate up to a maximum length of 40 ft....
  • QUIET & POWERFUL 200 W MOTOR: the integrated 200W DC motor drives the gate opener smoothly at the...
  • AUTO-CLOSE FEATURE: featuring an auto-close option, this slide gate opener can be set to close in...
  • 100 FT. RANGE: the complementary remote controls operate perfectly within 100 ft. so you do no get...
  • DURABLE WITH UNPARALLELED SAFETY: constructed with aluminum base, copper worm-gear for durability;...
SaleBestseller No. 2
ALEKO DG12MOSD Moscow Style Dual Swing Galvanized Steel Driveway Security Gate 12 x 6 Feet Black
  • Our steel driveway gate features the strength and durability of meticulously crafted steel that...
  • Hot-dipped, powder coated galvanized steel offers a combination of strength and corrosion resistance...
  • Includes all hardware needed for installation, including (2) posts and (4) hinges; quick and...
  • If this style of gate isn't exactly what you're looking for, ALEKO offers galvanized steel gates in...
  • Product dimensions: 12 x 6 feet; see images for a more in-depth breakdown of dimensions
Bestseller No. 3
G.T.Master Sliding Automatic Gate Opener Kit - Driveway Security Door Operator Hardware Kit with Two...
  • GT1300 Sliding Gate Opener -- The gate weight is less than 1300lb and length is less than 27ft. The...
  • Remote Control -- Remote control is single button mode, one same button on the remote control to...
  • Infrared Photocell Function -- In the closing process, when infrared ray of the infrared sensor is...
  • Automatic Close Function -- Auto-Close time can be set to 12, 24, or 36 seconds and no automatic...
  • Intelligent Control Board -- Soft start and slow stop function.
Bestseller No. 4
Guardline Wireless Driveway Alarm w/Two Sensors Kit Outdoor Weather Resistant Motion...
  • SUPERIOR PRODUCT BY AN AMERICAN COMPANY: With over 250,000+ customers served since 2001, Guardline...
  • REAL PEOPLE, REAL EXPERTISE: We offer an industry leading 2-year warranty and our Seattle-based...
  • SUPER EASY TO INSTALL AND CUSTOMIZE: Our wireless outdoor motion alert sensor is a fully expandable...
  • YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR: The folks at Guardline have dedicated nearly two decades and thousands of...
  • RELIABLE + REALISTIC RANGE: We guarantee a 500 ft. range which has been tested in real world...
Bestseller No. 5
Guardline ¼ Mile Long Range Wireless Driveway Alarm Outdoor Weather Resistant Motion Sensor &...
  • SUPERIOR PRODUCT BY AN AMERICAN COMPANY: With over 250,000+ customers served since 2001, Guardline...
  • REAL PEOPLE, REAL EXPERTISE: We offer an industry leading 2-year warranty and our Seattle-based...
  • SUPER EASY TO INSTALL AND CUSTOMIZE: Our wireless outdoor motion alert sensor is a fully expandable...
  • RELIABLE + REALISTIC RANGE: We guarantee a 1/4-mile wide range which has been tested in real world...
  • YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR: The folks at Guardline have dedicated nearly two decades and thousands of...
Bestseller No. 6
CO-Z Automatic Sliding Gate Opener Hardware Sliding Driveway Security Kit (Backup Key)
  • Gate Controller: As an important part of the sliding gate opener unit, this 4-button remote control...
  • No Need to Get Off the Car: It saves you the trouble to get off the car as long as you are within...
  • Compatibility: Compatible with CO-Z Sliding Gate Openers.
  • Working Range: <100ft >
  • Auto-Close Setting: With the feature of Auto-Close, you can easily set to close 12, 24, or 36...
SaleBestseller No. 7
Chamberlain Group Chamberlain Security Wireless Motion Alert System, Black (CWA2000)
  • Set includes one base receiver and one sensor (ability to additional CWPIR sensors-Sold Separately)
  • Passive infrared (PIR) sensor is weatherproof and detects motion up to 30ft away and features...
  • Base receiver detects signals from sensors up to a 1/2 mile away (in ideal situations)
  • Unique sound and light pattern on the base unit identifies which sensor has been triggered
  • Easy to install, no wiring required. Base units uses AA batteries or included AC adapter; NOTE:...

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