Keep Your Toddler Safe While Playing Outside
Posted on October 24 2016
It’s easy to get distracted when you’re outside playing with your toddler. Maybe you have to retrieve a ball from deep in your bushes or try to get the ball back from a playful dog. These are the moments your toddler decides to make a dash for the stairs and the last thing you want is for her to get to your deck stairs before you do. The Stair Barrier is the perfect solution to your outside playtime. With The Stair Barrier safety gate at the bottom of your outdoor staircase, your little one can’t climb the stairs and risk taking a tumble.
Our outdoor safety gates for stairs are customizable and perfect for any outdoor stairs with banisters. Your childproof gate will be a custom fit for your outside stairs. The gate can easily be removed and stored in a safe place when the weather takes a turn for the worst. If you happen to leave your safety gate outside when the weather is at its worst, don’t worry, our outdoor safety gates are made with weather-and mildew-resistant canvas.
The next time you have your friends and their children over for a play-date, you won’t have to worry about one of the little ones getting away from the group and wanting to race up or down the stairs. Your childproof gate from The Stair Barrier can be placed at the top or the bottom of your outside stairs depending on whether you’d like to keep your kiddos from going up or down the stairs.
Shop our collection of outside safety gates for stairs today to ensure you’ll be ready for the next time you open your back door and your toddler takes off without you! View our outside collection now!
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