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Retractable Baby Gates for Stairs with Railings

Baby gates for stairs with railings – It is very important to childproof your stairs. Child-proofing steps: installing a few small gates, special railings and banister shields.

Baby Gate for Bottom of Stairs with Metal Banister

Baby Gate for Bottom of Stairs with Metal Banister

A baby gates for stairs with railings is used to keep the child to go to areas that may be dangerous or where you cannot keep an eye on them. They are useful to block parts of the house and usually in between the doors or input modes. If you use a baby gate to restrict an infant or a child in a room, we recommend a baby monitor to watch the baby when you leave the room.

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Follow the next steps:

The baby gates for stairs with railings must be installed on the top and bottom of stairs. This will prevent children from falling down the stairs, and running up and down the stairs. The next thing you need to do is to secure the railing posts. The space between the rails should be no more than 3.5 inches. If so, then install railing shields. This will prevent them from getting stuck between rails. You can also install a smaller handrail, place at about 36 inches high. This will help them climb the ladder easier. Secure it with brackets.

Tip: Securing additional railing in the wall studs. Use a secure lock, and not the pressure mounted baby gates. They will still be able to open them.

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