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T Hinges. 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 require hinges for 5 bar gates they are listed here
We stock products from the Perry’s range so can supply other colours/sizes by special order.
Proper installation of your garden gate and door furniture will ensure that they open and close efficiently, and remain safe and secure for years to come.
To help you to successfully fit hinges, bolts and latches to your gates and doors, here’s our useful guide…
Tools you will need:
Before you begin…
Before you fit your hinges, bolts or latches, it is important to check that the gate is facing the right way. On most gate designs there is a front and a back. This is determined by the gate supports. If your door or gate has diagonal supports, these should be on the inside of the gate, with the good side facing out. These supports will also help you to identify where the hinges should be fitted…
Important Tip: The bottom of the diagonal support is pointing to the hinge side of the gate. It is crucial to the support of the gate that the hinges are fitted to the correct side.
Here are some easy to follow fitting instructions for gate hinges, bolts and latches.
How to fit a Tee Hinge
Tee hinges are commonly used on garden gates and side gates.
Place the hinges in the desired position on your gate, ensuring the strap is horizontal. This can be achieved by finding the centre of the horizontal supporting beams and drawing a pencil line as a guide. You can then fix the hinges into place with screws.
Position gate in opening and support, allowing correct clearances between gate and post.
Fasten the hinges to the post or frame with screws.
100mm 4", 150mm 6", 300mm 12", 400mm 16", 450mm 18"
Light, Medium, Strong