It's no secret that babies grow up fast. One day, they are still newborns and just months later, they are crawling. Although it's easy to get caught up in how much bigger your lovebugs are getting, it's important that you know how to babyproof your home. One of the best essentials that you can purchase once your bundle of joy becomes mobile is a safety gate.
As a parent, you'll notice that you have a choice between pressure and hardware mounted gates and may be wondering what the difference is between them.
These are secured to the sides of the walls of your home. If there is a chance that your child might fall, like at the top of the stairs, hardware-mounted gates, such as the Kidco E'longate G6, maybe a good idea. They can be placed inside or out.
There are no tools involved when setting up a pressure-mounted gate. These simply press up and are secured to opposite sides of the wall. This type of gate, like the Kidco Center Gateway - Black, is not used to reduce fall hazards, but rather to dissuade your tiny tot from going from one room of your house to another.
For almost two decades, KidCo has been making high-quality gates that abide by worldwide safety standards so that your little explorer is safe. They are made using sturdy materials, including virgin steel, furniture-grade hardwood and reinforced resins which means they'll last for years on end. Furthermore, all of their coatings are non-toxic, so when your bundle of joy's curious side gets the best of him, you don't have to worry that his health is at stake.