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How to Install a Baby Gate on a Round Banister

You’ve decided to install a baby gate on your round banister, but what kind of gate is the best? Luckily, there’s a solution for that, thanks to a new kit for building the hardware. Using the kit is easy, and the hardware is all included in the kit. This makes installation even easier, and it also allows you to keep your stairs open for safety. Whether you choose a round or square gate, the process of installation is a breeze! fireplace child safety gate

If you have an L-shaped post, you can turn it into a C-shaped one. If you don’t have baseboards on either side of your staircase, you can purchase a round gate installation kit with spacers to compensate for the baseboard thickness. This kit can be installed on one wall, or two walls. If you choose the latter option, you’ll need to cut the posts at an angle. stoller for baby and toddler

This gate is an excellent choice for round banisters, and is very easy to install. Its adjustable sides allow you to secure the gate at the top or bottom. The baby gate is strong and durable, and the mesh is easy to wash. When installed correctly, the gate will not damage your staircase or banister. It can also be easily relocated to another area with the help of the wall bracket kit. There are also many other advantages to buying a round gate.

This type of gate is safe to install anywhere you would want it to. Its double-locked doors swing both ways. The gate is adjustable, and the panels can be repositioned to fit the shape of any room. In addition, it can be extended to fit even the largest room. In order to change the panel configuration, you’ll need to adjust the additional hardware. The step-over rail can also be a trip hazard.

A pressure-mounted gate is not recommended if your child is over 30 pounds or 36 inches. Pressure-mounted gates require a wall stud or a drywall anchor. Regardless of the mounting method, you must make sure the gate is secured and cannot be opened by the toddler. Lastly, think about the opening and closing of the gate. Do you want it to open with one hand, swing in either direction, or close automatically?

The Summer Infant baby gate is best suited for top of stairs, although it’s also suitable for doorways and hallways. It features a comfortable grip for one-handed opening, and includes a stopper if you’d like to prevent the gate from swinging. It is available in an antique oak finish, and has a universal banister mounting kit to prevent the need to drill the banister. You can also use hardware mounting cups with the Summer Infant baby gate to mount it to your staircase.

Some parents recommend the black metal gate for the top of stairs. This gate is 36 inches high and fits openings from 28 to 48 inches. It is fully adjustable and can be either pressure or hardware-mounted. Besides being attractive, it is highly functional. Many parents love this gate and don’t regret the purchase. There’s also a gate designed for the bottom of stairs. A baby gate for the top of the stairs will not only look great but keep your child safe.