With a mission to provide innovative and quality solutions, D.J.A. is a family-owned and operated company that delivers industry-leading customer service and product selection across the United States, Canada, and Caribbean.
D.J.A. invites you to explore the endless possibilities that can be achieved from our component pieces.
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For sliding gates and doors – cantilever gates systems feature no in-ground track, minimal visible hardware, and go with any gate material. D.J.A. offers 15 cantilever gate system sizes, up to 98-ft opening and 15000-LBS weight capacity.
D.J.A.’s extensive lines of adjustable, weld-on, barrel, and heavy-duty hinges can be utilized for small spaces, residential, industrial, and commercial applications, on a variety of materials.
For sliding gates, doors, and partition walls – overhead track systems offer an elegant solution of residential, commercial, and industrial projects. D.J.A. offers 14 sizes and a wide array of accessories to complete your project
Telescopic gate hardware is a great Opening Solution for Small Spaces! The Telescopic gate hardware system allows sliding gates to be installed in areas where space is limited while the gate is in the open-position.
BiFold gate hardware is a great Opening Solution for Small Spaces! The BiFold gate hardware system allows swing gates to be installed in areas where space is limited while the gate is in the open-position.
Heavy Duty BiFold Gate Hardware Kit$1,399.00 Add to cart
Two piece split shoe for round posts and newels – DJA745A$5.50 – $5.90 Select options
Two piece split shoe for square balusters and newels – DJA245A$3.25 – $20.00 Select options
Two piece split shoe for covering railing post base plate, square – DJA345A$14.00 – $18.00 Select options
News & Resources
D.J.A. President Gina Pietrocola has been elected to serve as Vice President and Treasurer of NOMMA, the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association. A NOMMA
How do you prevent your wrought iron railing/gate/fence/flowerbox from rusting? We often get asked by fabricators and homeowners alike whether an architectural metalwork project should go through the galvanizing process to prevent rust. It does add upfront project cost, a logistical