Making a Front Porch Gate
Best front porch gate of a house makes a bold statement about the house itself. A fence around your porch is a good way to preserve your porch and keep unwanted animals or people. However, without a door, a fence is inconvenient and unusable. Installing a simple porch door will increase the overall appearance of your porch, while giving you the added convenience of a revolving door, allowing you to enter and exit with minimal effort.
Measure one of three feet and the one-inch space of your front porch gate. This space will take into account the three feet of the door, and half an inch of space needed on each side for the dispatch. Dig holes, 24 inches deep, on both sides of the area that has been measured. Place a door post in each hole and each stand upright. Return to measure and make sure that the space between the two poles is three feet and one inch.
Mix the concrete according to the manufacturer’s instructions and then use a shovel to completely fill the holes with cement. Use one level to make sure each stand is standing up and letting the proper time dry. Place the two lanes of the front porch gate on the floor and position them so that they are parallel with two feet of space between them.