Ed's Creations

Gates

This Spider-Man gate was designed with the help of Ed's late grandson, Cody, who passed away at the early age of 8 years on August 19, 2004 after being in a bicycle accident. Cody and his sister are seen in the second picture during the first stages of design. Spider-Man was Cody's favorite superhero.

Cody loved to build in the shop, and was very creative as well. Cody would come to Ed with new ideas, and when he would tell Ed about them, they always ended up being cool!


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This unique gate was created to look identical to surrounding pine trees. The detail is absolutely stunning, which includes realistic pine cones throughout, thousands of individual pine needles and a combination lock. The entire pine tree swings open, it's truly an exquisite piece of work.


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An inventive and classy gate, this one is located in a private residential community in Harbor Springs. The homeowners wanted to prevent animals from destroying their courtyard garden without compromising the beautiful views of Lake Michigan. Ed created a gate that folds discreetly along side of the home when not in use.



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Two different gates are shown below. The gate on the left is a privacy gate, which Ed hooked up to electrical equipment which allows the owner (inside the home) to open the gate upon request.


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Made for an upscale community called "Thistle Downs," Ed incorporated beautiful purple and green thistles throughout to create an eye-catching design.


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Another thistle gate, but with a different look.


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Ed stands next to one of his and son Robbie's steel creations, which is installed at The Depot Beach in Charlevoix, Michigan. The city honored Ed & Robbie with a plaque for all of their hard work and unique design.

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Gates designed to keep the deer out without obstructing the view.


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Grapes, leaves and daises in this gate create a polished and antique look.


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Here are some of the many different types of gates Ed can design and make for you.



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