General Office: 01773 570577
Sales: 01773 741730
Mitech Joinery was founded in 1989 and is based in Denby Village, Derbyshire. Over the twenty five years of making gates we have put all our experience into the end product that comes out of our work shop today. We pride ourselves on using traditional time proved methods with the technology that’s found in a modern day joiner’s workshop. The key element that makes our company stand out above others is the personal service you receive.
Robert Barlow will guide all our customers through the ideas to end product process in the design and sales office. From your initial inquiry to the finer details of gate manufacturing. We realize that it can be a daunting job for customers to contact us when they are not too sure what they actually want and how to go about it. Our customers can be rest assured that Robert will accompany them through every step of the way and will put his twenty-five years of experience into ensuring that you get a unique designed set of gates that will meet all your needs.
Hardwood Gates have been the main focus of our workshop over the years and since first starting we have managed to build up an impressive portfolio of gate designs that you can find on our web site.
We source the finest wood from companies that have supported us over the years. Our timber comes from renewable resources and is chosen for its mellow yellow color and its hard wearing exterior properties. We have a section on our website dedicated to informing you about the different qualities of the hardwood’s we use.
Our staff has the best machines and tools to hand and the experience that’s been passed from one team member to the next. The workshop is a family affair and we treat each set of gates as if they were made for our own homes. Over time we as a team have embraced the development of all our gates to take on changes that will fit in line with the variation in environment or the popularity of Gate automation. Timber section sizes, types of joints, weather run
off points, expansion and shrinkage are areas we take seriously. Years of research and development have gone into our gates, which put us as one of the leading gate manufacturers in the UK today.
Follow three steps to achieve your perfect gate.
How to get your Gates in
Have an idea of the width and height of the gap where you want to put your gates.
Have in mind what you want to achieve from the gates themselves. Safety, privacy or a statement of house holds security. Browse the various pictures on our site for ideas
Phone us on 01773 570577 and we will be able to give you a good idea of cost of your project over the phone.
All Gateways are CAD drawn and e mailed to you for confirmation. The drawing gives you an actual proportioned view of what your gates will look like to scale. This avoids a lot of mistakes potentially happening and peace of mind that you can look forward to a successful installation