Suffolk farm fencing stock a range of Hinges for doors and gates.
Stable and shed doors usually use hinges of the “T” design. Heavier doors may need the Heavy Reversible Hinges with cups in order to take the extra weight. If you are fitting a lighter weight door or gate then we have butt type hinges for the job. Any hinge which is designed to be set into a door frame and or door is considered to be a butt hinge or a mortise hinge. A hinge can also be made as a half-mortise, in which case only one half of the hinge is mortised and the other is not.
Hinge fitting instructions can be found here
Five bar gates use adjustable hinges. These are fitted to the posts by either bolting to the post or by bolting through the post. How to hang a gate.
From large, solid estate type gates to decorative wrought iron garden gates. There are a number of things to consider when you are hanging a gate. The size, weight, material and location of the gate all have an impact on the best way to hang your gate. Side gates are usually tall, solid gates designed to fit in the side entrance to a garden, usually between 76cm-107cm wide. They are designed for security and privacy and wooden versions can resemble doors.